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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

U. . S . COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE iiit 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 

AND OF JUNE 30, 1906 



PART 4s 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 3 

Nos. 1-53 

JANUARY-DECEMBER, 1908 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1908 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT ^F^FCE 



CATALOGUE 



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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
AND OF JUNE 30, 1906 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 3 

Nos. 1-5 
JA.TVTTAJR,Y 9 1908 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1908 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS: CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 



TWO ALPHABETS. 

I. Containing Class F, Engravings, Cuts and Prints ; Class G, Chromos and Litho- 
graphs ; Class H, Photographs. 

II. Containing Class I, Fine Arts (Paintings, Drawings, Statues, Statuary and Models 
or Designs intended to be perfected as works of the Fine Arts). 

The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week, but to avoid the inconvenience 
of a number of small alphabets of different subjects all the entries for Engravings, Cuts 
and Prints, Chromos and Lithographs, and Photographs, completed since the last issue, 
are arranged here in a single monthly alphabet. The entries for Fine Arts will be found 
in a separate alphabet following this. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
receipt of copies is always omitted when the copies are received on the day of entry. 
The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read : Copyright by James E. 
Abbe, Newport News, Va. Class H, XXc, no. 103453, December 9, 1907 ; 2 copies re- 
ceived December 9, 1907. 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 



Abbe (James E.), New- 
port News, Va. 
Birches. (H 103453, Dee. 9, 1907.) 

[1-4 

New Hampshire fence. (H 103455, 
Dec. 9, 1907.) 

New Hampshire river. (H. 103454, 
Dec. 9, 1907.) 

Oyster boats. (H 103942, Dec. 21, 
1907.) 

Ads company, Wheeling, 
W. Va. 
Wheeling, W. Va., post office. (H 
103948, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 10, 
1907.) [5 

American blacksmith com- 
pany, Buffalo, N. Y. 
American blacksmith calendar, lflOS. 
(G 16801, Sept. 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
14, 1907.) [6 

American-examiner, New 
York, N. Y. 

At the Catville club. (F 60S95, Dec. 
23, 1907.) [7-47 

But nevertheless Happy Hooligan 
saved the dog. (F 60633, Dec. 17, 
1907.) 

Christmas ball in Catville. (F 60269, 
Dec. 9, 1907.) 

Disaster in Catville. (F 61664, Jan. 
13, 1908.) 

F. M. Muggsby's social aspirations. 
(F 60267, Dec. 9, 1907.) 



American-examiner, New 

York, N. Y. 

Foxy grandpa. (F 60S94, Dec. 23, 

1907. ) 
(F 614S0, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Happy Hooligan and his mule Maud. 
(F 61202, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

(F 61482, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

(F 61661, Jan. 13, 1908.) 

Happy new year with. (F 61199, Dec. 
30, 1907.) 

He goes to the dentist. (F 61486, 
Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Hold-up (The). (F 60893, Dec. 23, 
1907.] 

(F 61198, Dec. 



In addition to which 
30, "J 907.) 

In der shade of der old apple tree. 
60632, Dec. 17, 1907.) 



(F 
(F 



In the words of Shakespeare. 
6026S, Dec. 9, 1907.) 

(F 60S91, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

(F 61203, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Introducing Sandy, the new butcher 
boy. (F 61485, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Isn't Dottie Dimple the sweet little 

thing? (F 61665, Jan. 13, 1908.) 
Jimmy, &c. (F 61201, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
(F 61483, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Katzen jammer kids wish you all a 
merry Christmas. (F 60S8S, Dec. 
23, 1907.) 

3 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



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American-examiner, New 
lork, n. I. 
King Jake. I F 61063, Jan. 18, L908.) 
: live the bootblack. (F 6< 

Dec. it. L907.) 
Merry Christmas dream! (F 60266, 

►07.) 
Mary Jane and Tlge. (F 60889, Dec. 

L907.) 
Merry Christmas and things. (F 

07.) 
No wedding bells for Batch. (F 
9, L907.) 

(F 60634, Dec. 17. 1907.) 

i F 60890, Dec. 25. 1907.) 

(F 612 30, 1907.) 

(F 61484, Jan 6, 1908.) 

i F 61662, Jan. 13, L908.) 

Sandy, the botcher boy. (F i 

i. 13, 190* 
They're off! Farewell dear Maud ! (F 

60892, Dec. 23, 1907.) 
i is whal happened on Christmas 

( F 60631, Dec. 17. 1907.) 
Those merry-go-round doors. (F 

61659, Jan. 13, 1908.) 
True love In Catville. (F 61479, Jan. 
6, r. 

Whata the matter with King Jake? 
61481, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

American-journal-examiner, 

New York, N. V. 
Bird on Nellie's hat (F 00410, Dec. 
Il,10(i7.i T4S-154 

go the monk. (F 00107, Dec. 11, 
07.) 

i F 60504, Dec. 13, 1007.) 

if 60638, Dec. 17, 1007.) 

(F 60871, Dec 21. 1907.) 

1 F 60886, Dec. 25. 1007.) 

Charlie and George. (F 60498, Dec. 13, 

1907. | 
Christmas in North Africa. (F 01030, 

Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Four laps in the nomination race. 

I 1 61289, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Qroocho the monk. (F 60955, Dec. 

24, 1907.) 

(F6H 

(F 61060, Dec. 27, 1907.) 

(F 61104, Dec. 28, 1907.) 

(F 61224* Dec :;i, 1907.) 

(F 61290, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

1 F <;i I7s. Jan. 6, 1908.) 

(F 61525, Jan. B, 1 

(F 61606, Jan. 10, 1*06.) 

<F 61628, Jan. 11, 1966 

<F 61657, Jan. 13, 1908.) 



American-journal-examiner, 
New i r ork, N. Y. 
Elallroom boys. (F 60272, Dec. 9. 
1907.) 

(F 60408, Dec. 11, 1907.) 

(F 60501, Dec. 13, 1007.) 

; 60563, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

(F 60636, Dec. 17, 1907.) 

(F 60858, Doc 120, 1007.) 

(F 60873, Deo. 21, 1007.) 

(F 61038, De*c 26, 1007.) 

(F 61283, Jan. 2, L908.) 

(F 61286, .Ian. 2, 100S.) 

(F 61291, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

(F ci :;:;.-,, Jan. 3, 1908.) 

(F 613G6, Jan. 4, l: ■ 

(F 61506, Jan. 7, 1908.) 

(F 61582, Jan. 0, 100S.) 

(F 61629, Jan. 11, 1008.) 

Hard times. (F 60561, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

I see by the papers. (F G0SS5, Dec. 
25, ioo7.) 

(F 61282, Jan. 2. 100S.) 

(F 01177, Jan. G, 100S.) 

(F 01027, Jan. 11, 190S.) 

Isn't it great to be rich? (F G0502, 
Dec. 13, 1007.) 



It happened in Bl 
Dec. 11, 1007.) 

(F 60503, 

(F 00550, Dec. 

(F (J0700, Dec. 

(F 60887, Dec. 

(F 61103, Dec, 

(F 01337, Jan. 

(F 61365, Jan. 

(F 61524, Jan. 

(F 61602, Jan. 

(F 61656, Jan. 

King Kazooks. ( 

1907.) 
(F 00500, Dec 

(F 60564, Dec. 

(F 60820, J ><'<•• 

(F 60869, !><'<•• 

(F 60956, Dec 

(F 61034, Dec. 

(F 61 105, Dee. 

(F 01220, Dec. 

H- 61284, Jan. 

(F 61367, Jan, 

(F 01. "20, Jan. 

(F 61658, Jan. 



rdland. (F 60411, 

13, 1007.)' 

10, 1007.) 
907.) 

2.",. 1907.) 

28, 1007.) 

3, 1008.) 
, 4, 1008.) 

8, 1008.) 

K), 1008.) 

13, 1008.) 
i' 60409, Dec. 11, 

13, 1007.) 

Hi. 1007.) 

10, 1007.) 

20, L907.) 

24, 1007.) 

2G, 1007.) 

28, 1007.) 

51, 1007.) 

2, 1908.) 
, 4, 1908.) 
.8, 100S.) 

15. 1008.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



10s. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



A morii an -journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

fCnocko the monk. (F 60499, Dec. 13, 

1907.) 

(F 60565, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

S'ew year's eve. (F 61288, Jan. 2, 

1908.) 
Mr. Jack. (F 60708, Dec. 18, 1907.) 

(F 61035, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

(F 61225, Dec. 31, 1907.) 

(F 61287, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

Irs. Trubbell. (F 60872, Dec. 21, 

1907.) 

(F 61059, Dec. 27, 1907.) 

(F 61102, Dec. 28, 1907.) 

(F 61223, Dec. 31, 1907.) 

(F 61285, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

(F 61364, Jan. 4, 1908.) 

(F 61505, Jan. 7, 1908.) 

- (F 61523, Jan. 8, 1908.) 

- (F 61601, Jan. 10, 1908.) 

- (F 61655, Jan. 13, 1908.) 
Monopoly lodge. (F 60558, Dec. 16, 

3907.) 

(F 60S70, Dec. 21, 1907.) 

Oh, isn't he the pie-face. (F 61336, 

Jan. 3, 1908.) 
Onr antedeluvian ancestors. (F 60413, 

Doc. 11, 1907.) 

— (F 01507, Jan. 7, 1908.) 
Plato of wheats! 23! (F 60819, Dec. 

19, 1907.) 
Rhymo the monk. (F 60412, Dec. 11, 
1907.) 

— (F 605G0, Dec. 16. 1907.) 

— (F 60S1S, Dec. 19, 1907.) 

— (F 61037, Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Rivals (The). (F 60707, Dec. IS, 

1907.) 
Such is life. (F 60271, Dec. 9, 1907.) 

-(F 60414, Dec. 11, 1907.) 

-(F 60557, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

(F 60637, Dec. 17, 1907.) 

(F 60705, Dec. IS, 1907.) 

(F 61032, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

— (F 615S1, Jan. 9, 190S.) 
They're off. (F 60S57, Dec. 20, 1907.) 
Under the mistletoe. (F 61039, Dec. 

26, 1907.) 

Who's who in matrimony. (F 60954, 
Dec. 24, 1907.) 

Wouldn't it make the In Bad Club 
mad. (F 61604, Jan. 10, 1908.) 

Younger generation. (F 60562, Dec. 
16, 1907.) 

— (F 60S17, Dec. 19, 1907.) 



American mutoscope & bi- 

ograph co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Mr. Gay and Mrs. (H 104043, Dec. 
24, 1907.) L155 

American printing com- 
pany, Fall River, Mass. 
I Costumes for informal wear. (F 
61355, Dec. 28, 1907.) [156-158 

Home dressmaking. (F 61354, Dec. 

28, 1907.) 
Play-print dresses. (F 61356, Dec. 28, 
1907.) 

Anderson publishing com- 
pany, Now York, N. Y. 
All aboard for grandma's. (F 61357, 
Jan. 4. I' [159-164 

Corner in wheat. (F 61361, Jan. 4, 

1908.) 
Daughter of Eve. (F 61358, Jan. 4, 

1908.) 
His treat. (F 61360, Jan. 4, 190S.) 
Just keep the heart a-beating warm. 

(F 61362, Jan. -I. 1908.) 
You are going on a long journey. (F 
61359, Jan. 4, 1908.) 

Armbruster ( Henrietta ) , 
Denver, Colo. 
Shoo. (F 60617, Doe. 13, 1907.) [165 
Armour & <•<>.. Chicago, 
111. 
Old fashioned girls by our modem art- 
ists L908. [5 prints]. (F 60424- 
60428, Dec. 12, 1907.) [166-170 

Armstrong (Will), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Melrose (Wilson). 1. (H 104S07, Jan. 
6, 190S.) [171 

Ay or (Harry D.), St. An- 
thony Park. Minn. 
Infant Mississippi. (H 104633, Dec. 
30, 1907.) [172 

Bachrach & bro., Balti- 
more, Md. 
Bryan (William Jennings). A-D. (H 
103644-103647, Dec. 13, 1907.) 

[173-176 

Bain (George Grantham), 

Now York. N. Y. 

Hushes (Gov. Charles E.). (H 104015. 

Dec. 23, 1907.) [177 

Barchak (Simon), New 

York, N. Y. 

Happily wed, when both can make the 

dough. (F 60529, Nov. 13, 1907.) 

[178-180 
Her answer. (F 60527, Nov. 13, 1907.) 
Now Years proscription. (F 6052S, 
Nov. 13, 1907.) 

Barnes (A. H.), Park- 
land, Wash. 
Indian Henry's lake. (H 103807, Dec. 
i 17, 1907.) [181-185 



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Barnes (A, H.), Pw*- 
land, Wash. 
Lake of Indian Henry's. Mi LO 

or.) 

1ft Tacoma and Indian Henry's, (ii 
(800, Dec. IT. L907.) 

aft Tacoma from Indian Henry's park. 
. H 103810, Dec. IT. 1907.) 

Mt Tacoma from Park view. (II 
it. L907.) 

Barrie I A Bona, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

-ination of Rizzlo. After the 

painting by K. Blberdt. (F 80456, 

Dec 12, 1907.) [186 196 

Audience to an ambassador. After the 

painting by Loon y Escosura. (F 

00466, Dec. 12, 1907.) 
Courtship of Miles Standish. After 

the painting by C. Y. Turner. (F 
57, Dec 12, 1907.) 
Death of Minnehaha. After the paint- 
in- by William S. Dodge. (F 60450, 

Dec. 12, 1907.) 
Dining in the fifteenth century. (F 

60400, Dec. 11, 1907.) 
Fry (Mrs. Elizabeth). After the 

painting by Mrs. B. M. Ward. (F 

60464, Doe. 12. 1907.) 
Indians on the plains. (F 60404, Dec. 

11. 1907.) 

Marriage of Isabella of Valois to 
Richard II. (F 60401, Dec. 11, 
1907.) 

at interior. (F 60402, Dec. 11, 
07.) 
Preparing Manioc. After the painting 
by Modesto Brocas. (F 60468, Dec. 

12, 1907.) 

Southern wedding. After the painting 
by K. L. Henry. (F 60463, Dec. 12, 
07.) 
Bauer (Plus Henry), 
Leavenworth, Kans. 
Fraternal order of Eagles, grand 
worthy presidents 1898 1908. I n 
104632, Dec 30, l! [197 

er gas fixture works, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
pear greeting, LI •• 60862, 

] H c 19, 1907; 2 . L907.) 

[198 

Beach (J. B.) & son, 

Bryan, Ohio. 

ne, ind.. Alien county courl 

house. I H L04441, Dec 24, 1907; 2 

: >ec i J. II I L99 

Thurmont, Md. 
thai tree 2. (H 103867, Dec 14, 
07.) [200,201 

Thurmont, Md., birds eye view, rn 
10! 1 t. L907.) 



Benton i B. Barker), Bur- 

lington, Vt. 

Hearty Christmas greetings, [202-205 

i.o\ Ing Christmas wishes, 

ked head whist lets. 

Why did he cross the road? 

ill L04248 L04261, Dec 2(5, 1907.) 

Bertuccl (Peter J.), Den- 
\er, OolO. 
City game. (F 60526, Nov. 12, 1907.) 

[206 

Birney (W. Verplank), 

Now York, X. V. 
Congenial friends. 1^4. (F 61080- 
61083, Dec 21, 1907.) [207-210 

Bish (A. A.), Chippewa 
Falls, Wis. 
Christ church. (II 103556, Dec. 11, 
L907.) [211 

Blanchet (John B.), Mari- 
ner's Harbor, X. Y. 
Elevation design of the new All Saints' 
church. (F 60303, Dec. 10, 1907; 
2 c. Oct. I. 1907.) [212 

Blouke (Ola Louise), 
Chicago, 111. 
Mother and child. (II 104944, Jan. 6, 
1908; 2 c. Dec. 25, 1907.) [213 

Blosser (J. A.), Snohomish, 
Wash. 
Mt. Rainier, or Tacoma. [3 photo- 
graphs.] (II 104236-104238, Dec 26, 

1907; 2 c of each Jan. 2, 1908.) 

[214-216 

Bogardns (Chas. A.), 
Springfield, Mo. 
Linden Tree (Don), an Arabian, owned 
by Col. Colby, Beatrice, Neb. (F 
60648, Oct s, 1907.) [217 

Bohnen (Carl), St. Paul, 

Minn. 
Future hero. (II 104001, Dec. 21, 
1907.) [218 

Bolce (Bert ), Troy. N. Y. 
Rensselaer polytechnic institute, class 
of 1911. (II 103812, Dec. 17, 1907.) 

[219 

Bomboy (Arthur), Mobile, 

Ala. 

Mobile, Alabama, Hotel Bienville. (U 
L04786, Jan. 2, 1908.) [220 

B o n d ( Q eorge W. ), 
Wneaton, m. 
I'd Like to have :i Bweethearl lust like 
you. (H 103682, Dec L3, 1907.) 

1 221-226 

Let in" hear the songs my mother used 
tO Sing. MI L08681, Dec. 18, 1907.) 

Restless sea (\l 103676, Dec. 14, 1907.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PKINTS 
nos. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



Bond (George W.), 
Wheaton, 111. 
That's the tune they play in Dixie 
Land. (H 104988, Jan. 8, 1908.) 

Top o' the mornin'. (H 104232, Dec. 
26, 1907.) 

When the golden grain is waving Mary 
dear. (H 103580, Dec. 13, 1907.) 

Bowser (S. F.) & co. (incorpo- 
rated), Ft. Wayne, Ind. 
Model oil storage system, cuts nos. 810- 
812. (F 56666-56668, July 29, 1907: 
2 c. of each Dec. 23, 1907.) [227-229 

Boyle (Frances M.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Annette. (F 60364, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 25, 1907.) [230-233 

Clarisse. 4. (F 60352, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Drusilla. (F 60366, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov, 25, 1907.) 

Myra. (F 60365, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. 
Nov. 25, 1907.) 

Brandon printing company, 
Nashville, Tenn. 
Continental (The) (G 17817, Dec. 21, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 2, 1907.) [234 

Briggs (Ernest L.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Lind (Jennie), John Ericson, Christine 
Nilsson. (F 60855, Dec. 18, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 2, 1907.) [235, 236 

Linne monument. (F 60S56, Dec. 18, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 2, 1907.) 

Briggs (Wm. S.), Lincoln, 

Harbor of refuge. (H 104834, Jan. 2, 

190S.) [237 

Brouse (J. P. W.), Somer- 
set, Ky. 
Somerset. Ky. [2 prints]. (F 60491, 
60492, Dec. 12, 1907; 2 c. of each 
Dec. 2, 1907.) [23S, 239 

Brown (H. W.), Tifton, 
Ga. 
Tifton, Ga., Agricultural college. (H 
103348, Dec. 6, 1907.) [240 

Brownscombe (Jennie), 

New York, N. Y. 

Carmela. [241, 242 

To the manner born. 

(H 104462, 104463, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Burgess (J. M.), River- 
head, N. Y. 
Carrying out a 300-pounder. (F 60SS1. 
Dec. 23, 1907.) [243 

» Burpee (W. Atlee) & co., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Unique new Fordhook Bush lima. (F 
60399, Dec. 11, 1907.) [244 



Burr publishing company 
New York, N. Y. 
It's very lucky that I've got. (F 
61048, Dec. 19, 1907.) [245, 246 

When Teddy and I climbed up the 
hill. (F 61580, Jan. 9, 1908.) 
Burt (F. D.), Bennington. 
Yt. 
Bennington village. (H 103527, Dec. 
10, 1907.) [247 

Button (Charles R.), 
Worcester, Mass. 
Babytown. (F 61510, Dec. 2S, 1907.) 

[248 
Byam (Cornelia), Pasa- 
dena, Oal. 
Youngest soldier of the rebellion. [2 
photographs.] (H 103S47, 103848, 
Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. of each Nov. 26, 
1907.) [249, 250 

California panorama com- 
pany, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Arizona, entering Fish creek canyon. 
(H 104951, Jan. 2, 1908.) [251-274 
Bonnie Clare mill. (H 104954, Jan. 2, 

190S.) 
Feeding ostriches. (H 104717, Jan. 2, 

190S.) 
Fish creek, Arizona. (H 104720, Jan. 

2, 190S.) 
Homestake goldbar mine. (H 104718, 

Jan. 2, 190S.) 
Lee. California, panamora. (H 104955, 

Jan. 2, 190S.) 
Live-stock parade, Phoenix fair. (H 

104719, Jan. 2, 190S.) 
Mesa. Arizona. Diversion dam via. (H 

104956, Jan. 2, 190S.) 
Montgomery Shoshone mine, pano- 
rama. (H 104715, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

Pan American ostrich farm. (H 

104714, Jan. 2, 190S.) 
bird's eye. (H 104722, Jan. 2, 

190S.) 
Phoenix, Arizona. [4 photographs], 

(H 104835-104S3S. Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Fair ground. (H 104716, Jan. 2 r 

1908.) 
Indian school. (H 104953, Jan. 

2, 1908.) 
Redlands, California, panorama. (H 

104S39, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Redondo, panorama. (H 104713, Jan. 

2, 190S.) 
Roosevelt, Arizona. [3 photographs] ► 

(H 10494S-104950, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Roosevelt hill, Arizona. (H 104721, 

Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Tempe, Arizona, panorama. (H 

104957, Jan. 2, 190S.) 
Campbell (F. Soule), 

Berkeley, Cal. 
Keith (Wm.). (H 103907, Nov. 25, 
1907.) [275-279 






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pt 4. n. s.. v. 3 



i r. Boole), 
Cal. 

Dr. .Join.) ,n L08905, 

E* Oonte I Prot Joseph) | II L06906, 

No 
eaii | Dr. John) (H 103908, Noi 

25, L907.) 
Miller (Joaquin) di 108904. No 

I '7.) 

Carroll (J, B.), Oak 

Park, in. 

How shall p , !ir order. (F 

-0-281 
On the fence. (F 80004, Dec. 23, 

•7.) 

Carter <n. H.), Lock- 
port, in. 
Lockport, 111.. St. Dennis church, in- 
terior. (II 104087, .Ian. s. ]<)0S.) 

[282 
Catholic press company, 
Chicago, in. 
His Grace James Edward). 
(II 103343, Dec. 6, 1907.) [283 

Celebrity art company, 
Boston, Mass. 
Beauties. (H 104sis, Jan. 2. 190S.) 

[284-291 
'The) (H 104816, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Favorite (The) (H 104815, Jan. 2, 
190* 

rtion (The) (H 104S13, Jan. 2, 
190* 

Returning the call. (H 104817, Jan. 
2, I:' 

Rea nymph, ill loisn. Jan. 2, 1908. 
Sweet sixteen. (II 104814, Jan. 2, 
1008.) 

Violet (II 104812, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

Chadwick (H. A.), Seattle, 

Wash. 

Spirit of the '-oast. 1 F HUMI, Jan. 2, 

l!»«is. i r . n ov< :;o , 1907; 1 <•. Dec 

Pi. 1907.) [292 

Chambers (Wm, w.), 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
ke ;i long tale short. (ii 103814, 
Deo 17. U»7.) [293 

Channel! (Ulj seec Grant), 
\. J. 

I 104784. Jan. 
-• L9( [294 301 

Collins (Arthur). . IT PM77-. .1 

(Ada I 1 11 phttp. Jan. 2. 1908. 
Miller (B 4782, .fan. 2, 

JL Jan. 2. 

s,; '"!' I H PM777. Jan. 

2. r- 



Channell (Ulysses Grant), 
Easl Orange, N. J. 
'• :,,, . v (Harry L.) (H 1017s:;. Jan. 2, 
L908.) 

'irix (Helen) (II 104780, Jan. 2, 
1908.) 

Ohlckering (Elmer), Bos- 
ton, .Mass. 
Hlbbard (Mrs. George A.) 1-5. (H 
108979 103981, Dee. 21, l!>07.) 

[302-308 

4. (II 104081, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

5, 6. (II 101431, 104432, Dec. 27, 

1907.) 

7. (H 104G2S, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Child (Frederick George), 

Boston, Mass. 

Armstrong (Joseph), of Boston, Mass. 

(H 104008, Dec. 23, 1907.) [309 

Christian (Sarah C), 

Noblesville, Ind. 

Hand that rocks the cradle. (F 60242 

Dec. 7, 3907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1907.) 

[310-312 
He giveth His beloved sleep. (F 60244 
Dec. 7, 1907.) 

Until death do us part. (F 60243 
Dec. 7, 1907.) 

Christie (Wm. Munson), 
La Grange, 111. 
Dellwood park boat house at night. 
(H 104848, Jan. I, 1908.) [313 

Cincinnati process 
engraving company, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 
Four ways. ill 104697, Dec. 31, 
1907.) [314 

Clark (J. Maxwell), 

North Iladley, M:iss. 
After I he storm. (H 104833, Jan. 2, 
1908.) [315 

Cleaves (Chas. II.), Rock- 
port, Mass. 
Ohio (U. S. S.) (H 104636, Dec. 31, 
1907.) [316 

Clinedinst (B. M.), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Brewer (Justice.) (ii io:}(;02, Dec. 
18, 1907.) [31 7-323 

Cannon (Joseph G.). (H 103664, Dec. 

13, 1907.) 
Cortelyon (Mrs. Geo. B.). (II 103663, 

I ><><•. V\, 1907.) 
Gore (Senator T.). (II 103667, Dec. 

18, 1907.) 
Owen (Senator It. L.). (II 103665, 

Dor-. i;; ? j;,07.) 

Plnchol (Gifford). (ii 108668, Dec. 

18, 1907.) 
Rosen (Baroness F.). (H. 106666. 

Dec. 18, 1907.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



SOS. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



Clogenson (H.), Dallas, 
Tex. 

Dallas, Texas, Oriental hotel, lobby. 
CH 103S15, Dec. IS, 1907.) [324 

Coates (C. H.), Portland, 
Oreg. 

Jumping the falls. (H 103498, Dec. 
9, 1907.) [325 

Cole (Bion F.), Lincoln, 
Nebr. 

Two of America's great essentials to 
peace and prosperity. (H 104723, 
Jan. 2, 1908.) [326 

Collier (P. P.) & son, 
New York. N. Y. 
Opening of the 60th Congress. (F 
00768, Dec. 19, 1907.) [327,328 

— (H 103S95, Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Conant & Conant, Ran- 
dolph Center. Vt. 
Brook (The). (H 103846, Dec. 18, 
1007; 2 c. Dec. 9, 1907.) » [329 

Consolidated engineering and 

construction company, 

New York, N. Y. 

Syracuse university gymnasium. (H 

103446, Dec. 6, 1007; 2 c. Nov. 29, 

1907. ) [330 

Consumer's league, New 
York. N. Y. 
Christmas reminder. (G 17833, Dec. 
27, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 1907.) [331 

Cooper (TV. R.). New 
York. N. Y. 
Winnipeg, from top of Union Bank 
building. 1907. (F 61509, Dec. 26. 
1907.) [332 

Coovert (J. C), Memphis, 
Tenn. 
Cotton compress Lei and. (H 103082, 
Dec. 10, 1907.) [333-335 

King Cotton. (H 1030S1, Dec. 10, 

1907.) 
Not so fine as silk but richer. (H 
1030S0, Dec. 10, 1907.) ■ 

Comer (E. P.), Beverly, 
Ohio. 
Beverly arch and cemeterv. (H 
103939, Dec. 20, 1907: 1 c. Oct. 31, 
1907; 1 c. Nov. 14, 1907.) [330 

Courier companv of Buf- 
falo, Buffalo' N. Y. 
Classmates tent scene. 5033. (G 

17140, Nov. IS, 1907.) [337-343 
the struggle. (G 17441, Nov. IS, 

1907.) 
Daisy trio. (G 17704, Dec. 10, 1907.) 
Dennis O' Sullivan. (G 17049, Dec. 7, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Edeson (Robert) in Classmates. (G 

17442, Nov. IS. 1907.) 



Courier company of Buf- 
falo, BuffalQ, N. Y. 
uola trio. (G 17705, Dec. 10, 
1907.) 
Peggy Machree. 5013. (G 17048, Dec. 
7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 1907.) 

Cox (Palmer), East Quogue, 
N. Y. 
Brownie clown of Brownietown. (F 
00525, Dec. 14, 1907.) [344-347 

(F 00900. Dec. 23, 1907.) 

I F 61094, Dec. 28, 1907.) 

■ (F 01054, Jan. 13, 1908.) 

Craker (R. J.), Oakland, 
Cal. 
Soquel, Santa Cruz co., Cal., Rustic 
fence. (H 104244, Dec. 20, 1907.) 

[348 
Crompton (John) com- 
panv, Philadelphia. Pa. 
Christmas belle. (G 17081, Dec. 11. 
1907.) [349-355 

Show girls. 1-6. (G 17075-1 7' M'. 
Dec. 11. 1907.) 

Crnvor manufacturing com- 
pany. Chicago, 111. 
Cowboy girl. (H 103001, Dec. 13, 

1907.) [350-360 

Days sone by. (F 00SS2, Dec. 23, 

1907.) 
Fair co-ed. (H 103658, Dec. 13, 1907.) 
Innocence. (H 103059. Dec. 13, 1907.) 
Prairie queen. (H 103000, Dec. 13, 

1907.) 

Curtis (E. S.), Seattle, 
Wash. 
[101 photographs of Indians and In- 
dian scenes] x 1942. x 1944. x 1945. 
x 1950. x 1951. x 1905. x 2013. x 
2015-x 2024. x 2020. x 2028-x 2031. 
x 2043. x 2067, x 2072, x 2073. x 
2075. x 2077. x 2105-x 2110. x 2140, 
x 2190. x 2247, x 2250. x 2393, x 2401, 
x 2405-x 2470. x 2473. x 2475-x 24S3, 
x 2501-x 2522. x 2"»24. x 2',20-x 2001. 
(H 104252-104412, Dec. 20, 1907.) 

[301-521 
Curtis (George E.), Ni- 
agara Falls. N. Y. 
Bridal Veil fall bv electric lisht. 

[522, 523 
Prospect point bv electric lisht. (H 
10443S, 104439, Dec. 28, 1907.) 

Curtis & Cameron, Bos- 
ton. Mass. 
Castle of the Grail. IS by 22. (H 
104790, Jan. 2, 190S.) [524-527 
When I meditate on Thee in the 
nismtwatches. 11 bv 14, 8 bv 10. 
(H 103395. 103390, Dec. 7. 1907.) 
IS by 22. (H 104795, Jan. 2, 190^.) 



10 



I \ l M.m.ik OF io|^ RIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 4, n. s., v. 3 



Daly (Ghat. 0.)i Jen 

ville, in. 
Canal Zone, [Photographs of natives, 
i f.l .11 L02741 L02746, Nov. 21, 
1901 [528-588 

Daniel (Lou la Spencer), 
Mayfield, Ky. 
Lonls Spencer Daniel fencing girls, 
es a. B. (II 104798, 104794, 

Jan. 2, 11 ,!. 535 

levies Studio, Portland, 

Oreg. 

(Delia). 1.2. ill L03858.10 

. 1"'.. 1907.) [536, 537 

Davis (Chas, n.). New 
York. X. Y. 
Louise. (II 103529, Dec. 10, 1907.) 

[538 

Davis (Warren 1?.), New 
York, X. Y. 
My little chauffeur. (H 104466, Dec. 
30, 1907. [539 

Dawson (W. L.), Seattle, 
Wash. 
Natural frieze, glaucous-winged gulls 
on railing, Seattle. (H 104034, Dec. 
24, 1907.) [540 

Decker (W. S.). Plain- 
Beld, X. J. 
Turkeys in wheat field. (F 61117, Oct. 
l'';. 1907.) [541 

De Clow (W. L.), Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 
Certificate of pedigree, American Jack 
-istry. (F 61269, Oct. 9, 1907.) 

[542 
De Luce (Percival), Xew 
York, X. Y. 
Day dreams, [543, 544 

lc courtship. 
(H 104460, 104400, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Detroit publishing com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Atlantic city, x. J., panoramic view. 
(II L08390, Dec. 6, L907.) [541 
Harbor; lit Desert Island, Mo. 
ance rock, ui km 128, Dec. 27, 
1907.) 
Grand canyon of Arizona. 60503. (F 
60403, Dec. ii. 1007. i c. Nov. 25, 
1907; l c Dec. 6, v.^~. I 

towards the sea. < n 103557, 
. ii. 1907.) 

linity church, interior. 
« h L03492, Dec 9, 1907.) 

Marie MiclL, locka (B 
9, 1907). 

Montreal .v 

rvoir, looking west, c H 
10401 i De . 23, i907). 



DickSOQ I Prank), Soldiers 

I trove, Wis. 
cays. Mills. Wisconsin, Gays Mills fair. 

I 552-S54 
Viola, wis. [2 photographs] 

( II 104808 L04810, Jan. 2, 190S). 

DODOS (Arthur B.), Win- 
ona. Minn. 
Yon Rohr ( Rev. Philip). (H KM 127. 
Dec 27, P. K)7.) [555 

Doherty i Jos. B3.), Boston, 

M.i- 
Yarht. Early dawn. III. (F 60854, 
Dec. 20, 1907.) [556 

Drake ( XV. R., Denver, Colo. 
Bingo. (F 00972, Dec. 6, 1907.) 

I ".57-564 
Flunked. (F 60973, Dec. 8, 1907.) 
Freshy. (F 60969, Dec. 6, 1907.) 
Junior. (F 609(57, Dec. 6, 1907.) 
Prize scholar. (F 6096S, Dec. 6, 1907.) 
Senior. (F 60971, Dec. 6, 1907.) 
Soph. (F 60970, Dec. 6, 1907.) 
Won. (F 60966, Dec. 6, 1907.) 

1 c. of each, Dec. 12, 1907 ; 1 c. of 
each Dec. 19, 1907. 

Drowatsky (AY. H.), Au- 
gusta. Wis. 
Augusta, North West bridge. (H 
10357S, Dec. 12, 1907. 1 c. Dec. 4, 
1907; 1 c. Dec. 8, 1907.) [565-567 
Bridge creek rapids, near Augusta, 
looking north. (H 103576, Dec. 12, 
1907. 1 c. Dec. 4, 1907; 1 c. Dec 6, 
1907.) 
Browns creek bridge. (H 103579, Dec. 
12, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1907.) 

Dry (Victor C), St. 

Louis, Mo. 
St. Louis university foot ball team. 
(H 104844, Jan. 3, 1908.) [568 

Dot ton (Corry S.), Cato, 

N V - 
Santa Cllus in Cato, X. Y. (H 104842, 

Dec. 27, 1907.) [569 

Edison manufacturing 
Company, West Or- 
ange, X. J. 
Laughing gas. scenes 1-6. (H 
103382 L03387, Dor. 6, 1907.) 

r 570-589 
Little girl who did not believe in Santa 
clans. Scenes l 7. | II 103762- 
103768, D.r. k;, 1907.) 
Suburbanite's Ingenious alarm. 1-7. 
i II L04858 -104864, Jan. 4, 1908.) 
Edwards (George Thorn- 
ton), Portland. Me. 
Longfellow (Henry Wadsworth) (F 
58221, Sept 19, 1907.) [590 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



11 



aos. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



Edwards (S. Arlent-), 
New York, N. Y. 
A.nne of Cleves. (F 60422, Dec. 12, 
1907.) [591 

Edwards & Deutsch litho- 
graphing company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Abundance and good fortune. (G 
17177, Oct. 1, 1907.) [592-595 

Dawn of the new year. (G 17175, 

Oct. 1, 1907.) 
Love and good cheer. (G 17178, Oct. 

1, 1907.) 
Tale of prosperity. (G 17176, Oct. 1, 
1907.) 

Elliott (Chas. H.) com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Beatrice. (F 61427, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

[596-600 
Estelle. (F 61426, Jan. 6, 190S.) 
Esther. (F 61429, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Helen. (F 61428, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Irene. (F 61430, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Elson (A. W.) & co., 

Boston, Mass. 

Concord bridge. (F 60975, Dec. 26, 

1907.) [601-603 

Forum, Rome. (F 60977, Dec. 20, 

1907.) 

Milan cathedral. (F 60976, Dec. 26, 
1907.) 

Empire city farms, Cuba, 
N. Y. 

McKinney, 2 :lli, champion sire of 
2:10 trotters. (F 61272, Jan. 2, 
1908.) [604 

Engelstad (Ludvig), Deer- 
field, Wis. 
West Koshkonong church. (H 104785, 
Jan. 2, 1908.) [605 

Essex institute, Salem, 
Mass. 
Essex institute, museum. [4 photo- 
graphs of rooms.] (H 104629- 
104631, Dec. 30, 1907. H 104807, 
Jan. 2, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1907.) 

[606-609 

Evans (Wallace), Oak 

Park, 111. 

Another flock of young English. (H 

103721, Dec. 16, 1907.) [610-642 

Brooder coops. (H 103728, Dec. 16, 

1907.) 
English pheasants in the snow. (II 

103737, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Few young English ringneck pheasants. 

(H 103712, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Flock of golden beauties, in the brush. ' 
(H 103707, Dec. 16, 1907.) 



Evans (Wallace), Oak 
Park, 111. 
Flock of young English, suddenly dis- 
turbed. (H 103713, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

Full plumage golden and Amherst 
pheasant. A, B, C. (H 103718, 
103722, 103724, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

Full plumage silver pheasants. (H 
103710, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

Gamble quail in the snow. (H 
103726, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

Game propagating farm. (H 103705, 
Dec. 16, 1907.) 

Getting cold. (H 103736, Dec. 16, 
1907.) 

Golden and silver pheasants. (H 
103717, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

Mixed company, waiting for breakfast. 
(H 103711, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

Mixed flock in winter quarters. (H 
103734, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

Out in the open field. (H 103720, Dec. 
16, 1907.) 

Reeves pheasants, six months old. (H 
103709. Dec. 16, 1907.) 

Setting-hen coops. (H 103729, Dec. 

16, 1907.) 
Several varieties in winter quarters. 

(H 103725, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Stack of English men. (H 103706, 

Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Their first breakfast in the snow. (H 

103715, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Valley quail on a cold winter morning. 

(H 103727, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Wild Canada geese. (H 103732, Dec. 

16, 1907.) 
Wild ducks, several varieties. (H 

103733, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Wild ducks taking a sun bath ou the 

ice. (H 103735, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Winter at last arrives. (II 103731, 

Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Wood ducks. (H 103730, Dec. 16, 

1907.) 
Young English, caught up. (H 103716, 

Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Young golden, Amherst, and silver 

pheasants. (H 103708, Dec. 16, 

1907.) 
Young golden and Amherst pheasants. 

(H 103719, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Young golden, silver, and Amhersts 

in the snow. (H 103714, Dec. 16, 

1907.) 
Young silver pheasants. (H 103723, 

Dec. 16, 1907.) 



12 



ATAL0G1 i: OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. I. n. B., v. 8 



New 



Irman company 
York, v 

189, Dec 9, 

07.) \643 658 

Americao boy, holly design. ( F 60340, 

American girl, bolly design. I F 60348, 

Boating triri. i F 80347, Dec 9, 1907.) 

Dntch girl, holly design. (F 60342, 

Dec. 9, 1907 
Pishing girl. (F 60361, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Girl in auto, i F 60350, Dec. '.». 1907.) 
Girl in balloon. (F 60341, Di 

1907.) 
Girl in hammock. 

1907.) 
Girl on steamer. 

1907.) 
<;iri with bnlldog. 

1907.) 
Girl with collie 

07.) 
<iiri wiili horses. 

L907.) 
<iirl with poodle. 

1907.) 

girl holly design. (F G033S, 
l >ec. 9, 1907. i 

Tennis girl. (F 00343, Dec. 9, 1907.) 



(F 00344, Dec. 9, 
(F 60337, Dec. 9. 

(F 00345, Dec. 9, 
(F 00349., Dec. 9, 
I F 0033G, Dec. 9, 
I F 60346, Dec. 9, 



Fa Ik (B. J.). New York, 
X. V. 

Eva i. 4-7. (II 103896- 

103899, Dec. 19, 1907.) [659 666 

Warfield (David) .18-21. (H 103567- 
70, Dec. 12, 19 

Faweetl (Waldon), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Alien (General i. portrait. (II 104738, 
• 2, 1908.) [667 757 

Kowyer (Captain J. M.), portrait. (H 

104751, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Brownson dmiral W. 1M, por- 

n-ait. i II 104744, .Tan. 2, 1908. 1 

graving and printing, 
viov. i ii L03442 1034 N. I 

7. L90J : 2 c. of each Dec. 9, 1907.) 

Coromllaa (L.) 1 and 2. I II L04233, 
104234, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

9enora de), portrait. (II 
104789, Jan. 2, L908. i 
Crni bal), portrait. 

I n 104749, Jan. 2, 190 

Admiral), i. 2. (H 103440. 
: ii. !••• . 7. . ..f each 

I- . 9, ' 

Admiral), residence. 1 10. 
(If 103828 103837, Dec. 18, L907.) 



Faweetl (Waldon), Wash- 
ington, D. 0, 
Eldridge (W. W.), portrait. (H 

km: k». Jan, 2, 1908.) 
Evans (Admiral) and household. 

9 12. (II 103435 L03438, Dec. 7, 

1907 : 2 c. of each Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Goldfleld, views. 1-10. (II L03928- 

103937, Doc 1*0, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 21. 

L907.) 
Handling money at U. S. Treasury. 

1 9. ( II L04728 L04736, Jan. 2, 

1908.) 

Metcalf (Victor H.), portrait (H 

104748, .Ian. 2. 1908.) 
Meyer (Postmaster General) and his 

desk. 1-4. (II 103S03-103S0G, Dec. 

17, 1907.) 

.A lot or fire apparatus. 1-8. (H 
L03427- L03434, Dec. 7. 1907; 2 c. of 

each Doc. p. 1007.) 

Murray (Lawrence O.), portrait. (H 

104750, Jan. 2. 1908.) 
Newberry (Truman IT.), portrait. (II 

104746, Jan. 2, 190S.) 
Old valentines. 1-7. (II 104047- 

104653, Dec. 31, 1907.) 
Purdy (Milton I).), portrait. (II 

101737. Jan. 2, 190S.) 
Salinas (Don Manuel), portrait. (II 

1047 1 5, Jan. 2, 1908. I 
Sample (James II.), portrait. (II 

104741, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Silk culture. 1-10. (H 104637- 

104646, Dec. 31, 1907.) 
stamp vending machine. 1-5. (II 

104654 104658, Doc 31, 1907.) 
Stamp vending machine hoard, group 

portrait. (II 104752, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Troat (Charles II.), portrait (H 

10 171.'!. Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Veeder (Captain T. Do Witt), U.S.N. 

(II 103439, Doc 7. 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

!>. 1907. i 
Wood (Commander s. s.), portrait. 

(H. 104747, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

Yoacham (Don Alberton), portrait. 
<H 10I7IL*. Jan. 2, 190S. 

Field (Mrs. Elizabeth 
Uoyd). Bvanston, in. 
Dream flower of love. (F 00808, Dec. 
21, 1907; 2 c Do.-, ii. 1907.) [7.58 

Fischer (Harry P.), Mari- 
etta, Wis. 
Marietta, panorama view. (II 104245, 
Dec. 26, 1907.) [759-761 

Marietta college, panorama view. (H 

104247, Dec 26, 1907.) 
Muskingum valley, panorama view. 
! II 104246, For. 26", 1907.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



13 



nos. 1 5, Jan., 3908 



Floe (Easton), Blue 

Earth, Minn. 

Old mill. (H 104476, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

[702 
Flower (Ward Beecher), 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Oh what a time I've had. (H 103499, 
Dec. 7, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 4, 1907.) 

[763 
Ford (Charles Edward), 
Seattle, Wash. 
Bear hug. (H 103820, Dec. 12, 1907.) 

[764-766 
Traumeroi. (H 103819, Dec. 12, 1907.) 
Two little hears and a wolf. (H 
103818, Dec. 12, 1907.) 

Foster (B. G.), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Young nature student. (H 103813, 
Dec. 17, 1907.) [767 

Foster (Ralph B.), Foss- 
ton, Minn. 
I's my daddy's hunting pardner. (H 
104450, Dec. 30, 1907.) [768 

Fowler (Thaddens M.), 
Morrisville, Pa. 
Rocky Mount, North Carolina, birds 
eye view, 1907. (II 103528, Dec. 10, 
1907.) [769 

Fox (Edward B.), New 
York, N. Y. 
New York, Barnard college, Brook's 
hall. (H 103S54, Dec. 18, 1907 ; ' 2 c. 
Dec. 11, 1907.) [770 

Frautschy (E. D.), Monti- 
cello, Wis. 
Albany, Wis., Baptist church. (H 
104448, Dec. 28, 1907.) [771-777 

— birds eye view, looking west. (H 
103495, Dec. 9, 1907.) 

— Methodist church. (H 104449, 
Dec. 28. 1907. 

Light beyond. (H 103497, Dec. 9, 
1907.) 

Monticello, Wis., birdseye view, look- 
ing north. ( H 103494, Dec. 9, 1907. ) 

— German reformed church. 1907. 
(H 103496, Dec. 9, 1907.) 

Welcome 1908. (H 104843, Jan. 3, 
1908.) 

French Lick springs hotel 

company, French 

Lick, Ind. 

French Lick, Ind. [14 prints] (F 

59160-59173, Oct. 14, 1907.) 

[778-791 

Fricke (Geo. H.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Thunder bird, Cheyenne. (H 103561, 
Dec. 12, 1907.) [792 



Frost (Chas. C), Grundy 
Center, Iowa. 
Wild ducks. (H 102836, Nov. 21, 
1907; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1907.) [793 

Frykman (Andrew T.), 

Jamestown, N. Y. 

In memoriam. (F 61114, Dec. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907.) [794 

Fuller (H. R.), Kirks- 
ville, Mo. 
Fuller's fancy faces. (F 60865, Nov. 
16, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1907.) [795 

Fults (Lafayette), Colo- 
rado Springs, Colo. 
Holding my own in Colorado. (H 
103677, Dec. 14, 1907.) [796 

Garrison (Emerson B.), 
Bridgeton, X. J. 
Millville, N. J., Second & Sassafrass st. 
(II 103554, Dec. 11, 1907.) [797-805 
Vinoland, N. J., [8 photographs]. (H 
lo:;546-103553, Dec. 11, 1907.) 

Gast (A.) bank note com- 
pany. St. Louis, Mo. 
Money in this for vou. (G 176S2, Dec. 
11, 3907; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1907. [S06 

Gaut (Helen Lnkens), 

Pasadena, Cal. 

Rustic bridge. (H 103797, Dec. 17, 

1907). [807-809 

Stream with large rock in foreground. 

(II 103799, Dec. 17, 1907.) 
Stream with log across. (H 103798, 
Dec. 17, 1907.) 

Gerlach-Barklow company, 
Jolier. 111. 
Afternoon in the park. (G 17700, Dec. 
14, 1907.) [810-8S5 

Alice. (G 17712, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
1 American beauties. (G 17744, Dec. 14, 
1907.) 

Approaching storm. (G 17713, Dec. 
14, 1907.) 

i At Atlantic City. (G 17706, Dec. 14, 
1907.) 
Auto girl. (G 17670, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Autumn. (G 17756, Dec. 14, 1907.) 

Autumn on the Sligo. (G 17716, Dec. 
14, 1907.) 

Birches (The). (G 17696, Dec. 14, 
1907.) 

| Blue Ridge trail. (G 17717, Dec. 14. 
1907.) 

Bottomless pit. (G 17721, Dec. 14, 
1907.) 

! Bringing home the bride. (G 17735, 
Dec. 14, 1907.) 



14 



C ITAL0G1 1 OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pi. 1. Q. s.. v. i 



Gerlach Barkiow company, 
Joliet, in. 
By the meadow brook. (G L7707, Dec 
M. 1907.) 

Call I ti..». (G L7728, Dec. 1 1. 1907.) 
Ohriatmaa morning. (G L7067, Dec 9, 

L907.) 
Daj dreams. (G L7710, Dec. 1 i. 1907.) 
Driving girl. (G 17871, Dec 9, L907.) 
Early autumn, Holland. (G 17749, 

Dec 1 1. 1907.) 
Ba«y picking. (G ito;»2. Dec. 14, 

1907.) 

of ti u . wood. (G 1771S, Dec. 14, 

1907.) 
Eventide in Brittany. (G 17702, Dec. 

11. l!»i»7. ) 

First lesson. (G 177LT.. Dec 14, 1907.) 
Planing girl. (G 17066, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
c.-lf girl. (G 17< ;<;r>. Dec 9, 1007.) 
ping milkmaids. (G 1773$, Dec. 
il. 1907.) 
Helping hand. (G 17704, Dec. 14, 

1!H>7. I 

High tide. (G L7695, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
His lust farewell. (G 17701, Dec. 14, 

1907.) 
Holland pasture. (G 17731, Dec. 14, 

1907.) 
In the Adirondaeks. (G 1772G, Dec. 

it. L907.) 
In the fold. (G 17732, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
In the Foyer. I <; 17668, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
In the heart of the forest. (G 1774(5, 

Dec 14, 1007.) 
In the Scotch Highlands. (G 17733, 

Dec. 11. 1907.) 
In the western country. (G 17711, Dec. 

II. 1907.) 
Indian's Legacy. (G 17752, Dec. 14, 

1901 
Ladle. (G 17789, Doc 14, 1007.) 
Lncretia. (G L7758, Dec i I. 1907.) 

Making hay while the sun shines, (d 

17<;ti\ Dec. o. 1907.) 
Man :it the wheel. <<; 17710, Dec. 14, 

i!»< n 

Marguerite, (G 17780, Dec I i. LI 

The). (G 17097, Doc. i i. 
1907.) 

Maryland sunset. (G 17715, Dec. 14, 

1907.) 
Meditation. (G 17706, Dec 1 1, 1907.) 
L7720, Dec. l ». 1907.) 
Moonlighl on the Sound. (G L7753, 

. 14, 1907.) 
October day la (G 17700, Dec. 

14, 1901 



Gerlach Barklow company, 
Joliet, ill. 

Off Montauk Point. (G 17727. Dec. 14 

"7.) 
Old curiosity. (G 17098, Dee. 11 

L907.) 
On the boardwalk. (G 17712, Dec. 14 

L907.) 
Passing cloud. (G 1 77 is, Dec. 14 

1007.) 

Perils of the chase. (G 17694, Dec. 14 
L907.) 

Pride of Kentucky. (G 17708, Dec 

l I. L907.) 
Prize Jerseys. (G 17745, Dec. 14, 

L907.) 

Pace for life. (G 17700, Dec. 14, 

1007.) 

Ready for a plunge. (G 17723, Dec, 
14, 1007.) 

Reverie. (G 17747, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Pocky fords. (G 17759, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Rosabel. (G 17729, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Safely guarded. (G 17736, Dec. 14, 

1907.) 

Security. (G 17G99, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Smooth sailing. (G 17734, Dec. 14, 

1907.) 
Soft drinks. (G 17737, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Spring. (G 17754, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Springtime at the old farm. (G 17724, 

Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Sue. (G 17741, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Summer. (G 17755, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Sunset in mid-ocean. (G 17719, Dec. 

14, 1907.) 
Through autumn woods. (G 17743, 

Dec. 11. 1907.) 
Twilight (G 17(508, Dec. 14, 1907.) 

Under the Lilacs. (G 17703, Dec. 14, 
1907.) 

Virginia. (G 17722, Dec 14, 1907.) 
Virginia twilight. (G 1771 i. Dec 1 1. 

1007.) 

When the tide comes in. (G 17751, 
Do.-. L4, 1907.) 

Winter. (G 17757, Dec. 14, 1007.) 

Winter girl. (G 17GG9, Dec. 9, 1007.) 

Gilbert (0. Allan), New 

York, N. Y. 

American beauties. [880, ss7 

Madam Butterfly. (H 104464, 104405, 
Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Glrsch (Charles Williams). 
Felicia. (G 17819, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

[888-892 



ENGRAVINGS, OUTS, AND PRINTS 



15 



nos. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



Girsch (Charles Williams). 
Gismonde. (G 17821, Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Hazel. (G 17820, Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Imogene. (G 17822, Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Jeanette. (G 17818, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

Gordon (Mae), Omaha, 
Nebr. 
Gordon's (Mae) insane moving pedes- 
tal (H 103457, Dec. 9, 1907.) [893 

Gowdy (Albert G.), Cold- 
water, Mich. 
Craftsman (The). (H 103903, Dec. 7, 
1907. ) [894 

Graves (C. H.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Arrival of a great ocean steamship at 

New York. 4409. (H 103996, Dec. 

21, 1907.) [895-913 

Concord, Mass. [3 photographs] 3901- 

3903. (H 103991-103993, Dec. 21, 

1907.) 
Kansas, U. S. Battleship. 5057. (H 

104000, Dec. 21, 1907. 

Lexington, Mass. [2 photographs] 3905, 
3906. (H 103994, 103995, Dec. 21, 
1907.) 

[19 miscellaneous subjects] 3138, 3851- 
3858, 4755-^1757. (H 103982-103990, 
103997-103999, Dec. 21, 1907.) 

Graves (George Storrs), 
Springfield, Mass. 
Hartford, Conn., first car (no. 486) 
crossing new stone bridge over Con- 
necticut river, Nov. 29, 1907. [2 
photographs.] (H 103S42, 103843, 
Dec. 18, 1907.) [914-919 

New stone bridge over Connecti- 
cut river, (center view). A 130. 
(H 104029, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

[2 photographs]. (H 103844, 

103845, Dec. 18, 1907.) 

November sunset, below Hartford, 
Conn. A 131. (H 104030, Dec. 23, 
1907.) 

Gray lithograph company, 
New York, N. Y. 
At the close of day. ( G 17642, Dec. 6, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1907.) [920-929 

Blue bells. (G 17766, Dec. 17, 1907.) 

Do you follow me. (G 17904, Jan. 4, 
1908; 2 c. Jan. 6, 190S.) 

Gems. (G 17918, Jan. S, 190S.) 

I'll be there. (G 17643, Dec. 6, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 7, 1907.) 

In daisy time. (G 17641, Dec. 6, 1907 ; 
2 c. Dec. 7, 1907.) 



Gray lithograph company, 

New York, N. Y. 

In the same line of business. (G 

17892, Dec. 31, 1907.) 
It is to laugh. (G 17903, Jan. 4, 1908; 

2 c. Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Russian greyhound. (G 17640, Dec. 

6, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1907.) 
You'll ma*rry money honey! (G 

17639, Dec. 6, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 

1907.) 

Griffin (G. Taylor), Al- 
bany, N. Y. 
Hughes (Gov. Chas. E.) 1-3. (H , 
104473-104475, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

[930-932 

Gross (J. Ellsworth), Chi- 

< ago, 111. 

Clover bell. (H 103394, Dec. 7, 1907.) 

[933 
Gutmann and Gutmann, 
New York, N. Y. 
Asleep. (P 61496, Jan 7, 190S.) 

[934-942 
Falling out. (F 60943, Dec. 24. 1907.) 
Go 'way. (F 60945, Dec. 24. 1907.) 
Little voyagers. (F 60947, Dec. 24, 

1907. ) 
Love or mouev. (F 60942, Dec. 24, 

1907. ) 
Making up. (F 00275, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Not his match. (F 60946, Dec. 24, 

1907.) 
Rag time. (F 60941, Dec. 24, 1907.) 
Way-up. (F 00944, Dec. 24, 1907.) 

Hale (William B.), Wil- 
liamsville, Mass. 

Deerfield, Mass., museum. [6 photo- 
graphic prints]. 1-6. (H 103539- 
103544, Dec. 11, 1907.) [943-952 

Ilolvoke, Mass. A, B, C. (H 103536- 
10353S, Dec. 9, 1907.) 

Northampton and Holyoke junction, 
cars at Mountain park. (H 103545, 
Dec. 11, 1907: 2 c. of each, Nov. 4, 
1907.) 

Harden (George N.), 
Rockland, Me. 
North Carolina (U. S. S.) on trial 
course off Rockland, Maine. A, B. 
(H 105022. 105023, Jan. 10, 190S.) 

[953, 954 

Harney (W. D.), Tacoina, 

Wash. 

Big cedars. (F 60569, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

[955-981 
Carp'et of moss in the forest near 

Seattle. (F 605S7, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Elwha canyon from the Elwha-Queets 
divide, Olympic range. (F 60575, 
Dec. 16, 1907.) 



16 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT l-.NTKlK.s 



pt, I. n. s.. v. 3 



Barnes ( W. D.)i Tacoma, 

w ., 
EHwha, Qulnall divide, Olympic range. 
» I' 60500, Dec. 16, L907.) 

i:i circumference. 
:. Dec. 16, L907.) 
the Chelan river. (F 60676, 
. ic. 1807.) 

wth of Br and Semlock Dear 
i I' 60572, Dec. L6, L907.) 
Large Bra, aear Seattle. I F 60680, 

Dec. L6, L807.) 
Largest Br Id Washington, i F 60686, 

De 07.) 

Leveling the hills of Seattle to put up 
skyscrapers, i P 60585, Dec. L6, 
1907.) 
Mount Anderson, Olympic range. (F 

60691, Dec. 16, L907.) 
Mount Ellinor, Lake Cushmau in Core- 
ground. (F 60567, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Mount Meaoy from Mount Queets, 
Olympic range. (F 60589, Dec. 10, 
1907.) 
Mount Olympus. 8,200 feet high, Olym- 
pic range. < F 60584, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Mount Rainier from Lake Washington. 

( F «;< 583, Dec. L6, 1907.) 
Mount Tacoma from Electron flume 

line ( F 60566, Pec. 16, 1907.) 
Mount Tacoma from Spray park. (F 

60578, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Pacific avenue, view on. (F G0571, 

Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Pretty scene at Electron. (F G05G8, 

Dec. L6, L907.) 
Road through a fir forest. (F 60592, 

■■•. Hi. L907.) 
Road through heavy timber near Elbe. 
I r 60679, Dec 16, L9< 

I avenue. (F 60688, Dec. 1G, 
1907.) 
Bkokomisb river near Lake Cuahman. 

i ¥ 60670, Dec 16, 1907.) 
Buoqualmle falls. (F 60594, Dec. 16, 
07.) 

Summer afternoon. I F 60581, Dec. 1G, 

1907.) 
View Cran the sound. (F 60677, Dec. 

16, 1907.) 
White Horse mountain Crom the North. 

< F 60693, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

Harris | Frank L.), Cam* 
den, 

After the snowstorm. (\\ ioion Dec. 
24, 1907.) ^ [| 

Billing onger (\\ 103504, 

De<. l". 1907.) 



Harris (Isaac), Boston, Mass. 
Contentment Id old Ireland {\i L03506i 
Dec. 10, L907.) 

Home rule In Ireland (II 103502, Dec. 

L0, 1907.) 
.My [rish colleen (H L03603, Dec. 10, 

1907.) 

■y going to market (H 103507, 
Dec. to, linn.) 

Whitechapel Costermonger. (II 103505, 

Dec. 10, L907.) 
Harris (W. J.), Pittston, Pa. 
Dresden, N. V. [2 photographs]. (H 

L03883, L03884, Dec 1!), 1907.) 

[989-1009 
Dundee, N. v., |io photographs]. (H 

103865 103874, Dec 1!). 1907.) 
Lake Keuka, N. ST., Wagener home- 
stead, the oldest old house on top of 

Bluff Point. (H 103864, Dee. lit, 

1907.) 
Penn ran, N. V. [8 photographs]. (H 

103875 103882, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Dee. 17, 1907. 
Harris & Ewing, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Bryan (Grace) (II 104683, Dec. 31, 

1907.) [1010-1018 

Cannon (Helen) (H 104447, Dec. 28, 

1907.) 
Hull (Cordell). (II 103555, Dec. 11, 

L907.) 
Livonius (Captain Willy von) (H 

104684, Doc. 31, 1007.) 
Livonius (Mrs. Willy von) (II 104685, 

Dec. 31, 1907.) 
McKinley (William B.) (II 104S40, 

Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Tszchi (Chow) (II 104GS1, Dec. 81, 

11)07.) 

Tszchi (Mrs. Chow) (II 104G82, Dec. 

31, 1907.) 
Whipple (Col. Chas. II.) (II 104635, 

Dee. 31, 1007.) 

Hart (Vernon Calvert-), 

Kirkwood, Mo. 

After the storm. (II 103564, Dec. 12, 

1007.) [1010-1022 

Orchids. (H 103566, Dec. 12, 1007.) 

CJncle Remus. (II 103668, Dec. 12, 

L907.) 
Under the trees and elsewhere. (II 
103565, Dec 12, 1007.) 
2 c. of end Dee. 13, 1907. 
Harvey (Charles H.), Boise 
City, Idaho. 
Caldwell. [1023-1025 

Nampa. 
Ontario. 

(U 108823 103823; Nov. 30. 1007.) 



ENGRAVINGS, OUTS, AND PRINTS 



17 



nos. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



Ha r v ey ( F r ed ) , K a n sa s 
City, Mo. 

Albuquerque, N. M. 7946, 7992, 7994, 

9901, 09(1.°,. 9904, 9921, 10918, 10941. 

(F 60986-60994, Dec. 20, 1907.) 

[1026-1047 
Ashfork, Arizona, the Escalante, 10953, 

10963-10966. (F 61003-61007, Dec. 

26, 1907.) 
Elle of Ganado, maker of the Presi- 
dent's blanket. 9999. (F 60997, 

Dec. 26, 1907.) 
First Santa Fe train. 10947. (F 

60999, Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Fisher's peak, near Trinidad, Colo. 

10945. (F (50998, Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Grand can von of Arizona. 8797, 8798. 

(F 60995-60996, Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Las Vegas, N. M., hotel Casteneda. 

10962. (F 61001, Dec. 20, 1907.) 
Raton tunnel. 10977. (F 61002, Dec. 

26, 1907. ) 
Trinidad, Colo., Cardenas hotel. 10948. 

(F 61000, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

Haskell (W. E.), Concord, 
Mass. 
Ambitious Teddy. (F 60469, Dec. 12, 
1907.) r 1048-1073 

(F 60699, Deo, 18, 1907.) 

(F 60948, Dec. 24, 1907.) 

(F 61273, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

(F 61517, Jan 8, 1908.) 

Animaldom. (F 60474, Dec. 12, 1907.) 

(F 60704, Dec. 18, 1907.) 

(F 60953, Dec. 24, 1907.) 

(F 61276, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

(F 61520. Jan. S, 1908.) 

George and his conscience. (F 50470, 

Dec. 12, 1907.) 
(F 60700, Dec. 18, 1907.) 

(F 60949, Dec. 24, 1907.) 

(F 61274, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

(F 61518, Jan. 8, 190S.) 

If. (F 60471, Dec. 12, 1907.) 

(F 60701. Dec. IS, 1907.) 

(F 60050. Dec. 24, 1007.) 



(F 612' 



Jan. 2. 1908.) 



(F 61 51 9. Jan. 8, 1908.) 

Val the ventriloquist. (F 60472, Dec. 
12. 1007.) 

(F 60702, Dec. IS, 1907.) 

(F 60951, Dec. 24, 1907.) 

What Dick did. (F 60473, Dec. 12, 
1907.) 

(F 60703, Dec. 18, 1907.) 

(F 00952, Dec. 24, 1907.) 

25371—08 2 



Haskett (F. H.), Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 
Milking time (H 1034.1.8, Dec. 7, 1907.) 

[1074 

Hayes lithographing com- 
pany, Buffalo, X. Y. 
Bubble girl. (G 17928, .Ian. 10, 1908.) 

[1075-1084 
! Do you like butter. (G PTB31, Jan. 10, 
1908. ) 
English beauty. (G 17932, Jan. 10, 
1908.) 
j Girl with curl. (G 17647, Dec. 7, 
1907.) 
Good morning. (G 17930, Jan. 10, 

1908. j 
Master baker. (G 17645, Dec. 7, 

1907.) 
Master's approach. ^G 17927. Jan. 10, 
1908.) 
i Pointer for you. (G 17929, Jan. 10, 
1908.) 
Speak. (G 17933, Jan. 10, 190* 
Viola. (G 17646, Dec. 7, 1907.) 

Hays (J. W.), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Carpenter (Dr. A. M.) (H 103773, 
Dec. 16, 1907.) [1085 

Henderson lithographing 

company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Autumn leaves. (G 17784, Dec. 19, 
1907.) [1086-1093 

Bathing girl. (G 17792, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Bathing girl head. (G 17791, Dec. 19, 

1907.) 
Euchre girl. (G 17789. Dec. 19, 

1907.) 
Ice girl. (G 177S6, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Juvenile. (G 17790, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Kite. (G 17788, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Leatherette girl. (G 17787, Dec. 19, 

1907.) 

Herzog (F. Benedict), 
New York, N. T. 
As we forgive those that trespass 
against us. (H 103927, Dec. 20, 
1907.) [1094 

Hesse (Henry), Louis- 
ville, Ky. 
St. Meinrad, Indiana, views. [5 photo- 
graphs.] (H 10475S-104762, Jan. 2, 
.1908; 2 c. of each Dec. 31, 1907.) 

[1095-1104 

[5 photographs.] (H 104753- 

104757, Jan. 2, 1908.) 



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Oa l AXOGUE OF 0OPYR1GH1 ENTR] E8 



pt, I. n. 



Ilrynia' LOB An- 

■ !al. 
Dlavolo girl. I F con:,. Dec LO, 1007; 
r. 21. L907.) L110B 

inn i Harry l'.i. Canada. 
Morning on the Indian river. <n 
108704, D*\ L6, Lfi [1106 

Hilleary (C. L.), Bt 

I ."lis. Mo. 

New STear'a greeting. « W <*>i<>77. Dec. 
28, 1907 >7.) [1107 

Hiacock, (F. J.), Cody, 

W'vo. 

Cody (Colonel w. F.) [110S, 1109 

Cody fire-department. 

(H 103609, 103510, Dec. 10, 1007.) 

Hoegger (Ulrich A..), 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Contempered cnnctatlon. (F 00416, 
Dee. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1007.) 

[1110 

Holland (W. J.), director 

oi ( !arnegie museum, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Skeleton of Diplodocus Carnegiei in the 

Carnegie museum. [2 photographs.] 

(H 101004, 104005, Dec 23, 1007.) 

[1111, 1112 

Holliday (Terrell L.) f 

Denver, Colo. 
edition. (F 60828, Dec. 20, 
1907.) [1113 

Hollyer (Samuel), Gut- 
tenburg, N. J. 

First trip of Fulton's steamboat to 
Albany. 1807. I F 60490, Dec 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1007.) [1114 

Holmes (B. B.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

the garden 7 (F 

is. Dec. 12. 1007.) [1115 

Holmes & Depue, Chi- 
.. ill. 
Norway [Photographic views. 1-6]. 
( II 104035 104038, 104040, 104042. 
[1116-1126 

Oratli vand and tourists passing, pan- 
u a. hi 104089, Dec 24, L9 

Jord, se lllng from Merock to 
earner. (Ii p»k»i l, 

imius- 
lon, Spo- 

• -. Wash. 

commendation. (F 

r,K»7<;. | . j >«-.•. ii. 

1901 [1126 



Hondlus (Peter), Bates 

Park, Colo. 

Wild big horns grazing near Estel 

park. (II L03683, Dec. 16, 1007.) 

11127. 112S 

Wild mountain sheep grazing near 
Bstes park. ill L03684, Dec. 16, 
1907.) 

Hoover (Thomas Jacob), 
Carlinville, 111. 
Carlinville, ill.. Farmers and mer- 
chants' bank. (II L04414, Dec. 27, 
1!'<>7.) 11120-1131 

Girard, III., Odd fellows' picnic. (H 

104415, Dec. 27, 1!)07.) 

Otwell's farmer boy round up, cirkut 
photograph. October 5, 1007. (H 
[03452, Dec 9, 1907.) 

Hopper (Stanley H.), 
Hoodsport, Wash. 
Lake Cushman, 74. (H 104413, Dec. 
20, 1007.) [1132 

Homey & Chapman, Chil- 
Hcothe, Ohio. . 
Chillicothe, O. [4 prints.] (F 60245- 
(502 IS, 1 tec. 7. 1007. ) 111 33-1136 

Ilorton mfg. co., Pristol, 

Conn. 

Black bass. (F G1302, Jan. 3, 1908.) 

[1137 

Howes (Alvin C), Mid- 
dleboro, Mass. 
Uncle Sam's crown. (F 01070, Dec. 
28, 1007.) [1138 

Hummer (Arthur C.) Se- 
attle, Wash. 
Onr uncle's delirium. CF 00510, Dec. 
14, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1007.) 

11130,1140 
Onr uncle's monetary power. (F 
60509, Dec. 14, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 28, 
1007.) 

Tinnn & Tuttle colortype 
co.. \(>w Haven, Conn. 

Bennett fountain. (F 60861, Dec 0, 

1007: 2 c. Nov. 30, 1007.) 1 1141 

Hunt (Woodbury F.) CO., 
Concord, N. II. 
Carlotta ; by Opal White. MI 104469, 
Dor. :;<>, L907.) I H 12-1144 

Expectancy; by Jessie Per Lee Bar- 
rick. (II 104468, Dec. 30, 1007.) 

Ready for the ball; by Jessie y^r Lee 
Barrlck. (II 104467, Dec. 30, 1007.) 

Hutzler bros., Baltimore, 
Md. 
Baltimore girl. (F 59750, Nov. 20, 
1907; 2 <■. Dec. 11, 1007.) [1145 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



19 



Inos. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



Hyde < Frederic Bulke- 
ley ». Southport, ( 
H 1401, II 1 '«il- , . I F 61280, 61281, Jan. 
2, 1908; 2 c. of each Jan. 7, 1908. I 

[1146 11 19 
(II 104821, 104S22, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

Iiigersoll (Truman Ward), 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Arabs prayer. F 125S. (H 103392, 
Dec. G, 1907.) [1150 

International art co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Florinda. (G 17801, Dec. 3, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 25, 1907.) [1151 

Jaccaci (August F.) co., 
New York, N. V. 
Annunciation (The) : Fiorenzo di Lo- 
renzo. (F 00775, Dec. 19, 1907.) 

[1152-1 19«» 

Arundel, portrait; Rubens. (F 60806, 

Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Assumption and dormition of the Vir- 
gin; Fra Angelico. (F 60770, Dec. 
19, 1907.) 

Avocats (Les) : Da under. (F 60812, 
Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Baby's toilet; Cassatt. (F 60789, Dec. 
19, 1907.) 

Ballet girls; Degas. (F G0787, Dec. 

19, 1907.) 
Bandinelli, portrait: Sob. del Pioinbo. 

(F 60780, Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Bismarck, portrait; Lenbach. (F 

60800, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Blue wave; Whistler. (F 60813, Dec. 

19, 1907.) 
Boats leaving harbour; Monet. (F 

G0816, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Chiai Madonna; Botticelli. (F 60782, 

Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Concert (The) : Vernieer. (F 60S03, 

Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Countess of Dartmouth; Reynolds. (F 

G079G, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Crucifixion ; XV century Flemish mas- 
ter. (F 60794, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Death of Lucretia ; Botticelli. (F 

60771, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Dordrecht Harbour : Maris. (F 60790, 

Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Duchess of Ossuna, portrait ; Van 

Dyck. (F 60S07, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Girl and cat; Renoir. (F 60788, Dec. 

19, 1907.) 
Girl with the guitar; Monet. (F 

60815, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Head of Christ; Giorgione. (F 607S1, 

Dec. 19, 1907.) 



Jaccaci (August F.) co., 

Now York, N. Y. 

Holy conversation; Mantegna. (F 

60777, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Horses of Achilles; Regnault. (F 

60799, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Howland flsabelle) ; Gainsborough. 

I r 60707, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Inghirami, portrait; Raphael. (F 

60770, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Landscape with obelisk; Rembrandt. 

< F 60785, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Love's greeting; Rossetti. (F .60769, 

Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Madonna and child; Pinturicchio. (F 

60774, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Madonna in adoration; XV century 

Florentine master. (F 60793, Dec. 

19, 1907.) 
Madonna. Infant Christ and Saint 

Catherine; Van Dyck. (F 60801, 

Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Madonna of the Roses: Schongauer. 

( F 60809, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Mary (Queen) of England; Moro. (F 

60805, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Music lesson : Terburg. (F 00804, Dec. 

1M. 1907.) 
Master Mercier; Hoppncr. (F 60S02, 

Dee. 19, 1907.) 

Peace: Puvis do Chavannes. (F 60S11, 
Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Pieta; Raphael. (F 60773, Dec. 19, 
1907. | 

Pollock iMiss); Hoppner. (F 6079S, 
Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Porter (Miss), portrait: Brandegee. 
(F G0792, Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Presentation in the Temple; Giotto. 
(F G0810, Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Rape of Europa; Titian. (F 6077S, 
Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Saint George and the dragon; Crivelli. 
(F G0772, Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Self portrait, 1629: Rembrandt. (F 
607S6, Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Self portrait, 1645; Rembrandt. (F 

C0795, Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Ship of Peter; Rembrandt. (F 607S4, 
Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Symphony in violet and blue : Whis- 
tler. (F 60791, Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Triumph of chastity: Pesselino. (F 
60779, Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Westminster Bridge; Whistler. (F 
60814, Dec. 19, 1907.) 



20 



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pt. -I. n. s.. v. I 



I 
I. Y, 

i r 
or.) 

3 uple, portrait : Rembrandt. 

. r.M'T. t 

Lrthur <;.^. Water- 
bury, Oonn. 
: bare behind the bars. < r 61078, 

■7. i 

ular publ 
Ing company, v 

k, \. v. 
Vanity. (P 60423, Dec L2, 0">7: 2c 
i)> :.. [1201 

Johnston < ( Et.), 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Pad and fancy. I r 61074, i><-.-. 26, 
Jan. 2. r I L202 

Johnston i Et. W. > studio, 
Pittsburg, Pa. 
ft. ill 104003, Dec •_><>. 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1907.) [1203 

ce I Maurice) engrav- 
ing company, Wash- 
ington, i>. C. 
ul's from ill* 4 nations. (F 
07.) [1204,1206 

Merry Christmas. (P 60606, Dec. 
1«, 1901 

Judge company, New- 
York. X. v. 
Judge Christmas 1907. I F 60462, Dec. 
10, Dec 4, 1907.) 

[1206, 1207 
Little Johnny and the Teddy i»<- ; irs. 
1 1, Dec 6, 1907.) 

Juntnnen (Peter M.), 

Hancock, Mich. 

Pohjantahti Ralttiusseura. 1. (II 

1044 ::<>, L907; 2 <•. !>.'<•. io. 

1907.) [1208 

w.i, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
besl stenographer. 8736. 
[1209, 1210 

ill 104820, 104819, Jan. 2, L908.) 

10726, 

L907; i c 

D 7., [1213 

dall i Mi-, .t. 0.), 
1 'in. 
of the i. rook. [ 12 prin 

• ;'>7'> ;) 60720, X«>v. 
17,. 

2 1228 



Keppler ai <! Schwara- 
mann, New fork, N. v. 
< tommenceiuenl <>r finish. 

I 1221 1229 
al study. 
So you're going borne to-morrow. 

tner constellat ion. 
W atchful chaperon. 
e man's burden. 
(Pi ■'. 1907; 2 c. of 

1 1 Dec. 27, 1907.) 

Kern l>n>s.. New York, 

N. Y. 
St. Peter's church, views. (H 
104960; .Tan. 8, 1908.) [1280 

Keystone view company, 

Meadville, Pa. 

! Stereoscopic photographs] 
Adams county, Wash. iii77». 14177. 

(II KM777. 10(»77!k Oft. 7, 1007.) 

[1231 1316 

1 4208, 1 1209. (II 101554, 104555, 

Dec ::<». ion;, i 
Boulder, Colo. 11207. (II 100S09, 

7. 1007.) 
Bruton parish church, Virginia. 14104. 

(II 100796, n,-t. 7. 1907.) 
Digermulen. 0.237. (II 100S27, Oct. 

7. 1907.) 
Bach Monday if the (lav is line. 

11 168. (II L00775, Oct. 7, 1007.) 
Femroing boat. 0.367. (II 100819, 

Oct 7. 1907.) 
Jamestown exposition 14178, 14180- 

14189, llioi, nioo. (II 1007S0, 

100782 1U701. 100793, 100798, Oct. 7, 

1007.) 
14210 11215. (II 10455^-104661, 

Dec 30, 1907.) 

Jamestown island. 14192. (H 100704, 
Oct 7. V..07.) 

Juvastinderne by Bans. 0.227. (H 
100825, Oct. 7, 1007.) 

Worth, Fla. 277. (II 104566, 
Dec. 30, 1007.) 

Laplanders: 0.208, 0.107. 0.194, 0.198, 
0.199. < II 100815, 100816, Oct 7, 
1907; II 103032 L03034, Nov. 27, 
1007.) 

■v.-iv. ! 0.2:,:;, 0.102. 0.147, 0.144, 
0.403, 0.169, o.ir.o, 0.220. 0.185, 0.188, 
0.263, 0.226. (II 100810 100&4, 
100817,100818,100821-100824,100826. 
Oct. 7. 1007.) 

0.124, 0.125, 0.171. 0.271, 0.274, 

0.282, 0.286, 0.291, 0.325, 0.331, 0.337, 

105, 0.414. (II 103041- 

108060, 103052 103066, Nov. 27, 1007.) 



KNURAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



21 



nos. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 
Norway, Spitsbergen, etc., 0.87, 0.94, 
0.134, 0.148, 0.167, 0.1G8, 0.232, 0.239, 
0.242, 0.244, 0.246, 0.404. (H 
10302^-103031, 103035-103040, Nov. 
27, 1907.) 

Philadelphia, Pa., Elks convention: 

14197, 14198, 14204. (H 100799, 

100S00, 100800, Oct. 7, 1907.) 
Richmond, Va. 14205, 14206. (H 

100807, 100808, Oct. 7, 1907.) 
Treroing boat. 0.366. (II 100820, Oct. 

7, 1907.) 
Yorktown, Va. 14193, 14195. (H 

100795, 100797, Oct. 7, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Jan. 2, 1908. 

Kinsey (Darius), Seat- 
tle, Wash. 
Logging industry. Washington. x43, 
x44, x68, x74, x77, x78, x80, x90, 
X91, xlOO, xlOl. (H 101215-104221, 
101224-104227, Dec. 24, 1907; 2 c. of 
each Dec. 26, 1907.) [1317-1334 

x94, x97, X102-2. (H 104239- 

101241, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

Ronton, Wash., panoramic view show- 
ing Denney Renton clay & coal co.'s 
works. xl03. (H 104242, Dec. 26, 
1907.) 

Taylor, W T ash., Denney Renton clay & 
coal co.'s works and factory. (II 
101213, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

Washington, beautiful view north of 
the Skagit river, showing Concrete & 
Raker. x89. (H 104223, Dec. 24, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1907.) 

Washington, Concrete, concrete works 
from west banks Baker river. xS8. 
(H 104222, Dec. 24, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
26, 1907.) 

Kinsey (J. Verne), Grand 
Marais, Mich. 
Grand Marais, Mich., views. (H 
103450, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 10, 
1907.) [1335 

Kirkbride (Chester), Ma- 
comb, 111. 
Western Illinois State normal school 
building and grounds. (H 10495S, 
Jan. S, 1908.) [1336 

Kirkpatrick (Harry C), 
Meadville, Pa. 
Three beauties; Lucius Masquinonge. 
(H 103841, Dec. IS, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
26, 1907.) [1337 

Knaffl & bro., Knox- 
ville, Tenn. 
Madonna of the violet. ( H 105024, Jan. 
10, 1907.) [1338 



Lamb (J. & R.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Cromwell (Oliver) announcing to 
George Fox freedom of worship. (H 
.103977, Dec. 21, 1907.) [1339-1346 

Departure of the Pilgrims from Delft- 
haven on the Speedwell. (H 103971, 
Dec. 21, 1907.) 

Eliot (John) preaching to the Indians. 
(H 103973, Dec. 21, 1907.) 

Founding of Harvard college. (H 
103972, Dec. 21, 1907.) 

Hampden (John) appealing for the bill 
of rights before Charles I. (H 
103974. Dec. 21, 1907.) 

Landing of the Pilgrims. (H 103975, 
Dec. 21, 1907.) 

Milton writing the plea for the liberty 
of the press. (II 103970, Dec. 21, 
1907.) 

Signing of the compact on board the 
Mayflower. (H 103978, Dec. 21, 
1907.) 

Lambert (Alexander), 
New York. N. Y. 
Around the camp tire. (II 103696, 
Dec. 16, 1907.) [1347-1358 

Bear hunters. (H 1036S9, Dec. 16, 

1907.) 
Bear lake. (H 103685, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Cane brake. (H 103686, Dec. 16, 

1907.) 

Collier (Holt) and his hounds. (H 
103694, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

Halt in the swamp. (H 103692, Dec. 

16, 1907.) 
Listening for the pack. (H 103695, 

Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Negro hunters. (H 1036S8, Dec. 16, 

1907.) 
On the way. (H 1036S7, Dec. 16, 

1907. ) 
Planning the campaign. (H 103691-, 

Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Stop (A). (H 103693, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Uncle Ben Lilly. (H 103690, Dec. 16, 

1907.) 

Lambert (F. H.), Win- 
throp, Mass. 
Winthrop Beach, Mass., Lion surf. (H 
10469S, Jan. 2, 190S.) [1359 

Laurie (John M.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Attention. [1360, 1361 

Our pets. 

(H 103940, 103941, Dec. 21, 1907 ; 2 c. 
of each, Dec. 6, 1907.) 



22 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 4, n. s., v. 3 



Lawrence (Geo. R.) com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Automobile show, coliseum, Chicago. 

Dec. 3, 1907. (H 103417, Dec. 7, 

1907.) [1362-1373 

Chicago's waterfront. (H 103648, Dec. 

13, 1907.) 
Democratic national committee. (H 

103672, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Kansas City, Mo., bird's-eye view, 

showing business section (II 103416, 

Dec. 7, 1907.) 
New Congress hotel. [3 photographs.] 

(H 104804-104806, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Northwestern university, bird's-eye 

view. (H 103649, Dec. 13, 1907.) 
President's residence, University of 

Chicago. A, B. (II 104S02, 104803, 

Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Republican national committee. (H 

103481, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 10, 

1907.) 
Rockefeller. 111., bird's-eye view. (H 

103650, Dec. 13, 1907.) 

Lazarniek (N.), Now 

York, N. Y. 

Knox (Mrs. P. O.) in her home in 

Washington. (II 101444, Dec. 27, 

1907.) [1374-1376 

Knox (Mrs. Philander C), wife of the 

Senator. (II 104443, Dec. 27, 1907.) 

Knox (Senator Philander C.) (II 
104445, Dec. 27, 1907; 2 c. of each, 
Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Lee (Ambrose) publishing 
company. New York. N. Y. 
Wright (General Marcus J.), photo- 
gravure likeness. (F 61297, Jan. 3, 
1908: 2 C. Dec. 24, 1907.) [1377 

Leeland (O. S.), Belvi- 

dere, S. Dak. 

Hang man's bluff. (H 104207, Dec. 

24, 1907.) [1378-1382 

Mt. Maria cemetery. (II 104209, Dec. 

24, 1907.) 
On the banks of the Belle Fourche. 

(II 10420S, Dec. 24, 1907.) 
Sublime. (H 104206, Dec. 24, 1907.) 
U. S. government irrigation dam. Belle 

Fourche, S. Dak. (H 104210, Dec. 

24, 1907.) 

Le Fevre (Bessie Evans), 

Santa Monica, Cal. 

Meditation. (II 104006, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

[1383 

Levering (A. R.), East 

Northfield, Mass. 

East Northfield, Mass., view from Bir- 

nam house. (H 104624, Dec. 30, 

1907.) [13S4-1395 



Levering (A. R.), East 

Northfield, Mass. 

Holden (Rev. J. Stuart), M. A. (H 

104G12, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Hotel (The) [The Northfield]. (H 

104(117, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Meyer (Rev. F. B.) of London, B. A. 
(H 104613. 104614, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Northheld, Mass., winter. (H 104618, 

Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Northfield (The) 1907. (II 104615, 

Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Northfield (The) and hills. (H 104616, 

Dec. 30, 1907.) 
South Vernon, Yt., boundary stone. 

(II 104622, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Tent row on campus [3 photographs] 
(II 104619-104621, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Lieber (II.) company. In- 
dianapolis. Ind. 
Helene and Bos. 2, 3. (H 103489, 
103490, Doc. 9, 1907.) [1396-1404 
Little devotee. 1-3. (H 103486- 

103488, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Riley f. Tamos Whitcomb) 3. ill 

901, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Sly (Christopher) 1-3. (II 1034S3- 
103485, Doc 9, 1907.) 

Life publishing company, 

Now York. N. Y. 

One thing she had not learned. (F 

61216, Dec. 31, 1907.) [1405, 1406 

What it loads to. (F 61215, Dec. 31. 

1907.) 

Llnkletter I L. c.i. Seattle, 

Wash. 

Nisqnally Glacier, Rainier National 

Park, Wash. I II 104927, Jan. 6, 

1908.) [1407-1418 

Robin's nest, t II 104938, Jan. «;. | 
Seattle, Wash. [8 photographs] (H 

104928-104935, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Y\ M. C. A. camp fire, Rainier Nat'l 

Park. (H 104936, Jan 6. 190S.) 
Y. M. C. A. party with packs ready 

to climb Mt. Rainier, Wash. (H 

1C4937. Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Little (J. A.), Bryan, 

Ohio. 

Bryan, Ohio: 1, Lynn street: 2, Main 

street r 1419-1422 

L. S. & M. S. train : 1, West bound : 2, 

Fast bound. 

(II 104607-104610. Dec. 30, 1907; 
Loemer (A.). Tompkins- 
ville, N. Y. 
N. Y., Fifth avenue. 162. [1423-1424 
N. Y.. Fourth avenue and Union 
Square. 363. (II 103388, 103389, 
Dec. 6, 1907.) 



ENGRAVINGS, OUTS, AND PRINTS 



23 



ios. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



Lohmann ( Helen >, New 
fork, N. Y. 
Ritchie (.Mrs. Richmond) a. (H 
104417, Dec. 27, 1907.) [1425-1427 

tadenia (Laurence Alma) 3. (H 
103345, Dec. 6, 1007.) 
— 4. (II 104416, Dec. 27, 1907.) 

Lombard (E.), New York, 
N. Y. 

Pray excuse me while I dress. (F 
60647, Dec. 17, 1907.) [1428 

Loomis (Geo.), Pueblo, 
Colo. 
Centennial school. (H 104212, Dec. 
24, 1907.) [1429-1432 

Elks home. B. P. O. E. 90. (H 104211, 
Dec. 24, 1907.) 

First Presbvterian church. (II 104214, 
Dec. 24, 1907.) 

Hindsdale school. (II 104213, Dec. 
24, 1907.) 

Loughlin (Charles H.), 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Accident of the links. (F G0539, Dec. 
16, 1907.) [1433-1454 

Lathing girl. (F 60549, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Bon-bon girl. (F 60548, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Cause of the trouble. (F 60550, Dec. 

16, 1907.) 
College girl. (F 60551, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Fair fisher. (F 60535, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

Fancy groceries and sweets. (F 60552, 

Dec. 16, 1907.) 
treat shoe attraction. (F 60534, Dec. 

16, 1907.) 
Guarding the flock. (F 60541, Dec. 16, 

1907.) 
Help wanted, male. (F 60543, Dec. 16, 

1907.) 
How she got her game. (F 60546, Dec. 

16, 1907.) 
In the meadow. (F 00555, Dec, 16, 

1907.) 
Interrupted bath. (F 60547, Dec. 16, 

1907.) 
Mister, want my horse shod. (F 

60553, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
On guard. (F 60538, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Peaches on au apple tree. (F 60542, 

Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Shooting the chutes. (F 60536, Dec. 

16, 1907.) 
Skating girl. (F 60545, Dec. 16, 1907!) 
Sweet moments disturbed. (F 60544, 

Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Trouble in the orchard. (F 60537, Dec. 

16, 1907.) 



Loughlin (Charles H.), 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Which will she land? <F 60554, Dec. 
16, 1907.) 

Young shepherd. (F 60540, Dec. 16, 

1907.) 

Lounsbury (Fred C), 
Plainfield, N. J. 

Almost. (F 61452. Jan. 0, 1908.) 

[1155-1511 
Anxious mother. (F 61453, Jan. 6, 

1908.) 
Arbutus. (F 60181. Dec. 4, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 29, 1907.) 
Breakfast on the hillside. (F 61473, 

Jan. 6, 1908.) 
By the brook. (F 61447, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

i Canada geese. . (F 61436, Jan. 6, 
L908.) 

Canadian oven. (F 61432,, Jan. 6, 

1908.) 
Carnations. (F 60178, Dec. 4, 1907; 

2 c. Nov. 29, 1907.) 
Daisies. (F 01472, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Dog tooth violets. (F 00174, Dec. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 1907.) 
Down the road. ( F 01467, Jan. 6, 

1O0S.) 
Clovers. (F 60172, Dec. 4. 1907: 2 c. 

Nov. 29, 1907.) 
Chrysanthemum. (F 60167, Dec. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 1907.) 
Double daffodils. (F ooi09. Dec. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Nov. 29. 1907.) 
Elaine. (F 61468, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Feeding the prisoner. (F 61454, Jan. 

0.1 90S.) 

Feeding time. (F 01442, Jan 6, 
190S.) 

Filling the barnes. < F 01438, Jan. 6, 

190S.) 
Fine flock. (F 01405. Jam 6, 190S.) 
I Good luck. (F 6145S, Jan. 6, 190S.) 
Guinevere. (F 61471. Jan. 6, 190S.) 
Harvest. (F 61435. Jan. 6, 190S.) 
Hyacinths. (F 00182. Dec. 4, 1907: 

2 c. Nov. 29. 1997.) 
In the sage. (F 61404. Jan. 6, 1908.) 
In TYatchuns: valley. (F 61455, Jan 6, 

190S. ) 
: Iris. (F 60171. Dec. 4. 1907: 2 c. 

Nov. 29, 1907.) 
Lady Slippers. {F 00175. Dec. 4, 

1907 ; 2 c. Nov. 29. 1907. ) 
Lenore. (F 61457, Jan. 6. 1908.) 
Mama's boy. (F 61462, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
; Mama's joy. (F 61463, Jan. 6, 190S.) 



24 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 4, n. s., v. 3 



Lounsbury (Fred C), 
Plainfield, N. J. 
Maud Mnller, up to date. (F 61444, 
Jan. 6, 1908.) 

My puppies. (F G1469, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Old mill. (F 61437, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
On the river. (F 61446, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Tansies. (F 60179, Dec. 4, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 29, 1907.) 
Papa's pipe. (F 61470, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Pilot's wife. (F 61443, Jan. 6, 190S.) 
Ramona. (F 61433, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Reins and ribbons. (F 61460, Jan. 6, 

1908.) 
Rose. (F 61401, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Roses. (F 6010S, Dee. 4, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 29, 1907.) 
Roses of Sharon. (F 60173, Dec. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Nov. 29, 1907.) 
Spring plowing. (F 61439, Jan. 6, 

1908.) 
Spring time. < F < H434, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Summer. (F 01459, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Sweet peas. (F 60180, Dec. 4, 1907; 

2 c. Nov. 29, 1907.) 

Tulips. (F 60177, Dec. 4, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 29, 1907.) 
Twins. (F 01440, Jan. 0, 190S.) 
Violets. (F (50170, Dec. 4, 1907; 2 c. 

Nov. 29, 1907.) 
(F 61450, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Water lilies. (F 60176, Dec. 4, 1907; 

2 c. Nov. 29, 1907.) 
Who's coming? (F 61431, Jan. G, 

1908.) 
Winter. (F 61456, Jan. 6, 190S.) 
Winter work. (F 61445, Jan. 6, 

1908.) 

With dog and gun. (F 61461, Jan. 6, 
190S.) 

Ye olden times. (F 61466, Jan. 6, 

1908.) 
Young stock. (F 61441, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

McClelland (R. J.), Tono- 
pah, Nev. 
Midnight. (H 101837, Oct. 29, 1907: 
1 c. Oct. 11, 1907; 1 c. Dec. 16, 1907.) 

[1512 

McClure (Robert Lee), 

Lexington, Ky. 

Lexington, Ky., Union Station. (H 

103817, Dec. 14, 1907; 2 c. Dec 4, 

1907.) [1513 

McCutcheon (John T.), 
Chicago, 111. 
In honor of St. Patrick's dav. (F 
60897, Dec. 23, 1.907.) [1514-1518 



McCutcheon (John T.), 
Chicago, 111. 
Model husband. (F 60900, Dec. 23, 
1907.) 

Model wife. (F 60899, Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Two ways of looking at things. (F 
60S96, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

Wouldn't this be a funny situation? 
(F 60898, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

xMcDowell (Edward B.), 
Chicago, 111. 
Jamaican sunset. (H 104S68. Dec. 
26, 1907.) [1519-1522 

Moss-covered tree. (H 104S71, Dec. 
2(5, 1907.) 

Ruins of the earthquake— Kingston. 
(H 104870, Dec. 20, 1907.) 

Where Bob son sank the Merrimac. 
(H 104S69, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

McKeogh (M.F.), Boston, 
Mr- 
Magic tube. (F 60143, Dec. 4, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 9, 1907.) [1523 

MacLean, (C), Fort 
Worth. Tex. -is. 
Aldabaran canal, Venice, Cal. 

[1524, 1525 
Venus canal, Venice, Cal. 

(F 61115, OHIO, Nov. 25, 1907.) 

McLoughlin Bros., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
#311-316. [6 lithographs]. (G 11683- 
11688, Dec. 11, 1907.) [1526-1533 

1596, ir,:>7. [2 lithographs] (G 17905, 
17906, Jan. 4, 1908.) 

McOuat (Frank), Paonia, 
Colo. 
Some German mesa orchards. (H 
10 '007, Dec 23, 1907.) [1534 

Marceau, (Theo. C.), New 
, :. X. Y. 
Dowling (Judge Victor J.) 1, 2. (H 
304946, 104947, Jau. 7, 1908.) 

[1535-1544 
Hughes (Mrs. Chas. E.). 1-3. (H 

103571-10357-:, Dec. 12, 1907.) 
Monson (Frederick L), 1-5. (H 
104770-104774, Jan. 2, 1908. 

Mariner, (Geo. E.), 
La Crosse, Wis. 
La Crosse, Wisconsin, [2 prints]. (F 
60367, 6030S, Nov. 16. 1907.) 

11545, 1546 
Marr. Thomas E., Boston, 
Mass. 
Lady (A), portrait. 14449. 

[1547, 1548 
Man (A), portrait. 14450. (H 104032, 
(104033, Dec. 23, 1907.) 



nos. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



KM J HAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



25 



Maryland institute, Balti- 
more, Md. 
Baltimore, Md., Maryland institute, a 
section of the corridor. (F 61340, 
Jan. 3, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1907.) 

[1549 

•Masters (C. II.), Prince- 
ton, 111. 
Illinois and Mississippi Canal, first 
steamer Marion [4 photographs]. 

[1550-1554 
On the banks of Bureau creek. (H 
1047G3-1 04767, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

Meddaugh (James E.), 
Watsonville, Cal. 
Watsonville, Cal., College lake. (H 
103855, Dec. 16, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 12, 
1907.) [1555 

Meek company, Coshoc- 
ton, Ohio. 
Agatha. (F 61411, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

[1556-1580 
Blooded pair. (F 61409, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Confidential friends. (G 17912, Jan. 

6, 1908). 
Cora. (G 17899, Jan. 3, 1908.) 
Cozetta. (F 61412, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Daisies. (F 61425, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Elizabeth. (F 61413, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Fishing party. (F 01421, Jan. 6, 

1908.) 
Gimme some. (F 01423, Jan. 6, 190S.) 
Jean. (F 61414, Jan. 6. 1908.) 
Lena. (F 61415, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Looking backward. (F 61410, Jan. 6, 

1908.) 
Louisa. (F 61416, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Lucy. (F 61417, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Luscious spread. (G 17911, Jan. 6, 

1908.) 
Marjorie. (G 17823, Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Nell. (F 61418, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Selma. (F 61419, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Seven up. (F 6140S, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Show me. (F 61424, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Strolling. (G 17913, Jan. 6, 1908.) 
Vera. (F 615S5, Jan. 10, 1908.) 
Wah-ta! Wah. (G 17914, Jan. 6, 

1908.) 
Young photographer. (F 61422, Jan. 

6, 1908.) 

Zelpha. (F 61420, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Melies (Geo.), Paris, 

France. 

Angelic servant. (H 103575, Dec. 13, 

1907.) [1581-15S4 

Delirium in a studio. (H 103393, Dec. 

7, 1907.) 



Melies (Geo.), Paris, 
France. 
In the bogie man's cave. (H 104846, 
Jan. 4, 1908.) 

Knight of black art. (H 104847, Jan. 
4, 1908.) 

Merchants life associa- 
tion, Burlington, Iowa. 
Papa, what will you take for me? (H 
103344, Dec. 6, 1907.) [1585 

Messerschmidt (F. A.), 
Naperville, 111. 
Denmark, 8209-8233. (H 104169- 
104193, Dec. 24, 1907.) [15S6-1746 

Norway, 8040-8100, 9401-9412. (H 
104045-104* >5. 104194-104205. Dec. 

2J, 1907.) 

Sweden, 8124-8186. (H 104106-104168, 
Dec. 24, 1907.) 

Middlesex company, Mid- 
dletown, Conn. 
I got mine, crossing the equator. (F 
60827, Dec. 19, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1907.) [1747 

Miller (George W.), St. 

Joseph, Mich. 
Yard of kids. (F 61295, Dec. 4, 1907; 
2 c. Nov. 23, 1907.) [174S 

Miller (Theodore). New 
York. X. Y. 
Miller (Theodore), portrait. (F 60355, 
Dec. 9, 1907.) [1749 

Mishkin (H.), New York, 
X. Y. 
Bassi (Amedeo) 20, 21. (H 104665, 
104666, Dec. 31, 1907. [1750-1761 

Ponci (Alexandre) 1, 2. (H 104669, 

104670, Dec. 31, 1907.) 
Cisneros (Eleouore di) 22. (H 104661, 

Dec. 31, 1907.) 
Dalmores (Charles) 20-22. (H 

104662-104604, Dec. 31, 1907.) 
Didur (Adaino) 1, 2. (H 104671, 

104672, Dec. 31, 1907.) 
Garden (Mary) 7, S. (H 104667. 

10466S, Dec. 31, 1907.) 

Mitchell (Jno. J.) company, 
New York, N. Y. 
American fashions. Supplements. 
The sartorial art journal. A, B, 
December, 1907. (F 54972, 54973, 
June S, 1907; 2 c. of each Dec. 16, 
1907.) [1762, 1763 

Mousen (Frederick I.), 
New York, N. Y. 
Hopi matron at well. [1764, 1765 

On the crest of the mesa. 

(H 103826, 103S27, Dec. 18, 1907.) 



26 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 4, n. s., v. 3 



Montana souvenir company, 
Missoula, Mont. 

Bitter Root (Lewisia Rediviva) State 
flower of Montana. (G 17919, Jan. 
8, 1908.) [1706-1768 

Clarkia (Clarkia Pulchella) (G 
17921, Jan. 8, 1908.) 

McDonald (Duncan), showing full In- 
dian dress, Flathead Indian res- 
ervation. (G 17920, Jan. 8, 1908; 
2 c. of each Dec. 21, 1907. ) 

Montross (N. E.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Dancing Dryads. 7 by 9. (H 103902, 
Dec. 20, 1907.) [1709 

Moran, (B. Percy). New 
York. N. Y. 
Christening, (The) [1770, 1771 

Neighbors. 

(H 104457, 104458, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Morris (Chas. E.), Chi- 
nook, Mont. 
Twelve horse team. Freighting to the 
mountains. (H 104845, Jan. :;. 
1908.) LI 772 

Moses (J. B.). Dallas. 

Tex. 

Store boy. (F 66262, Dec. 9, 1907.) 

[1773 

Muller, Luchsinger & co., 

New York, N. Y. 

Birthdav offering. 82. (G 1777s. 

Dec. 19, 1907.) [3 774-3 779 

Flowers of the field. 87. (G 177S3, 

Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Happy dreams. S4. (G 17780, Dec. 

19, 1907.) 
Liberating the captive. SG. (G 177S2, 

Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Little artist. 83. (G 17779, Dec. 19, 

1907.) 
Playmates. 85. (G 177S1, Dec. 19, 
1907.) 

Munro (W. L.), Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
Record moose of New Brunswick. (H 
104446, Dec. 24, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 29. 
1907.) [1780 

Murphy (Thomas D.) 
company, Red Oak, 
Iowa. 
Rocks off Cornwall. (G 17S9S, Jan. 
2, 190S.) [1781 

Mvers, Boise, Idaho. 
Pettibone jury. (H 104235, Dec. 26, 
1907.) [1782 

National benefit associa- 
tion, Washington, D. C. 
Families' protection. (F 60646, Dec. 
17, 1907.) [17S3 



[17S7-17S9 
(H 103947, 

(H 103945 



National photograph com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Coming easy. (H 103675, Dec. 14,1 
1907.) [1784-1786| 

Daphne. (H 103673, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Isabelle. (H 103674, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Neitzling (Jacob), Co- 
lumbia Falls, Mont. 
Dead mountain sheep. (H 10394G, 

Dec. 21, 1907.) 
Mountain sheep, resting. 

Dec. 21, 1907.) 
Rocky mountain goat. 
Dec. 21, 1907.) 

New York evening tele- 
gram (New York herald 
company, Jersey 
City, N. J. 
American Lochinvar. (F. 60393, Dec. 
10, 1907.) [1790-1832 

An of naval warfare. (F 61204, Dec. 

30, 1907.) 
Book taught Bilkins. (F 60394, Dec. 
10, 1907.) 

i (F 60630, Dec. 17, 1907.) 

| (F 00957, Dec. 24, 1907.) 

(F 61239, Dec. 31, 1907.) 

(F 61508, Jan. 7, 1908.) 

Christmas comes bnt once a year. (F 
60883, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

Coming out of eclipse. (F 60512, Dec. 
14, 1907.) 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. (F 60274, 
Dec. 9. 1907.) 

! (F 60505, Dec. 13, 1907.) 

(F 60556, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

(F <IOS<;0. Dec. 20, 1907.) 

(F 60884, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

(F 61058, Dec. 27, 1907.) 

(F 01210, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

• (F 61338, Jan. 3. 190S.) 

(F 61488, Jan. 6. 190S.) 

(F 61630, Jan. 11, 190S.) 

(F 61666, Jan. 13, 190S.) 

Events of the week. (F 61209, Dec. 

30, 1907.) 
Here, don't forget your baggage. (F 

61293, Jan. 2. 190S.) 
Holmes at home. (F 604S3, Dec. 12, 

1907.) 

(F 60S23, Dec. 19, 1907.) 

(F 61040, Dec. 26, 1907.1 

(F 614S7, Jan. 6. 190S.) 

I will not impede it. (F 60S22, Dec. 

19, 1907.) 
In the arena. (F 60182, Dec. 12, 

1907.) 



ENGRAVINGS, OUTS, AND PRINTS 



27 



hoe. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



New 5 ork evening tele- 
gram (Now York herald 
company, Jersey- 
City, N. J. 
Pilgrim's progress. (F G0405, Dec. 11, 

1007.) » 

(F 60821, Dec. 19, 1907.) 

(F 61204, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

(F 61583, Jan. 9, 1908.) 

Puggy Poodle. (F 61292, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

(F 61600, Jan. 10, 1908.) 

Quiet Sunday at home. (F 60273, 

Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Running the gauntlet. (F 60958, Dec. 

24, 1907.) 
Spear and pitchfork know no brother. 

(F 60406, Dec. 11, 1907.) 
Wisdom of Wiseheimer. (F 60395, 

Dec. 10, 1907.) 

(F 60513, Dec. 14, 1907.) 

(F 60869, Dec. 21, 1907.) 

(F 61205, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

(F 61489, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

(F 61631, Jan. 11, 1908.) 

New York herald com- 
pany, Jersey City, N. J. 
Ba-ba. (F 61236, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 11, 1908.) [1833-1879 

Bachelor girls' Christmas. (F 60515, 

Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Buster Brown. (F 60380, Dec. 10, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1907.) 
(F 60386, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

20, 1907.) 
(F 60392, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

30, 1907.) 
(F 61232, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

6, 1908.) 
(F 6123S, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

11, 1908.) 
Christmas rescue. (F 60517, Dec. 14, 

1907.) 
Christmas rescue off Nantucket. (F 

60478, Dec. 12, 1907: 2 c. Dec. 14, 

1907.) 
Daughter of Santa Claus. (F 60516, 

Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Escombe (Sir Richard). (F 61206, 

Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Escombe (Sir Richard) and Kitty. (F 

61208, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Fluffy Ruffles. (F 60481, Dec. 12, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1907.) 
(F 60824, Dec. 19, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

20, 1907.) 
(F 61041, Dec. 26, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

30, 1907.) 
■ (F 61339, Jan. 3, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 

6, 190S.) 



New York herald com- 
pany, Jersey City, N. J. 
Fluffy Ruffles. (F 61584, Jan. 9, 1908 ; 

2 c. Jan. 11, 1908.) 
Christmas shopping. (F 60480, 

Dec. 12; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Jumbo Junior. (F 6037$, Dec. 10, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1907.) 
(F 60384, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

20, 1907.) 
(F 60390, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

30, 1907.) 
(F 61229, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

6, 1908.) 
(F 61235, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

11, 1908.) 
Little Nemo in Slumberland. (F 

60375, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 14, 

1907.) 
(F 60381, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

20, 1907.) 
(F 60387, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

30, 1907.) 
■ (F 61231, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

6, 1908.) 
(F 61237, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

11, 1908.) 

Memories. (F 60479, Dec. 12, 1907; 2 
c. Dec. 14, 1907.) 

Merry Christmas for the lightship 
men. (F 60476, Dec. 12, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 14, 1907.) 

Monkey shines of Marseleen. (F 

60377, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 14, 

1907.) 
(F 603S3, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

20, 1907.) 
(F 603S9, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

30, 1907.) 
(F 61228, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

6, 190S.) 
(F 61234. Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

11, 190S.) 
New Year's eve in Herald Square. (F 

60477, Dec. 12, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 14, 

1907.) 
Prophecy. (F 60514, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Shoulders of Atlas. (F 61207, Dec. 30, 

1907.) 

Terrors of the tiny tads. (60376, 

Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1907.) 
(F 603S2, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

20, 1907.) 
(F 603S8, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

30, 1907.) 
(F 61227, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

6, 190S.) 
(F 61233, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

11, 1908.) 



28 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 4, n. s., v. 3 



New York herald com- 
pany, Jersey City, N. J. 
Wish twins and Aladdin's lamp. (F 
60379, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 14, 
1907.) 

(F 60385, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

20, 1907.) 

(F 60391, Dec. 10, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

30, 1907.) 

(F 61230, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

6, 1908.) 

Newcombe (George E.) & 
co., New York, N. Y. 
Dream waitz. (H 104440, Dec. 16, 
1907.) [18S0 

Newton ( Wa rren Z. ) , 
Marshalltown, Iowa. 
Tama county, Reservation. [10 pho- 
tographs of Indians.] (H 1039.11- 
103960. Dec. 21, 1907; 2 c. of each 
Nov. 15, 1907.) [1SS1-1S90 

Niles-Rpment-rond com- 
pany. New York, 
X. Y. 
Building a sky scraper. (G 17834, 
Dec. 23, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1908.) 

[1801 
Norden (Adolph), New 
York, N. Y. 
Mauretania (S. S.). (H 103574, Dec. 
12,1907.) [1892 

North American ecclesi- 
astical consistorv, New 
York, N. Y. 
Russian orthodox Greek Catholic 
church in North America, baptizm 
record. [1S93, 1894 

marria go record. ( G 17S60, 1 7861 . 

Dec. IS, 1907.) 

Notman photographic com- 
pany, Boston. Mass. 
M. I. T. class of 1909. (II 103938, 
Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1907.) 

[1895 
Nowell (Frank II.), Se- 
attle, Wash. 
Eskimo and walrus hunt. (H 104S77, 
Jan. 6, 1908.) [1896-1902 

Eskimo pulling walrus on ice. (H 
104879, Jan. 6, 190S.) 

Eskimo with Omiak on walrus hunt. 
(H 104S78, Jan. 6, 190S.) 

Herd of walrus in Bering sea. 1, 2. 
(H 104876, 104SS0, Jan.^6, 1908.) 

Herd of walrus sleeping, Bering sea. 
(H 104875, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Live walrus, Bering sea. (H 104874, 
Jan. 6, 190S.) 



Olson (W. O.), Alexan- 
dria, Minn. 
Alexandria, Minn., from court house 
tower. [2 photographic postal 
cards.] (H 104024, 104025, Dec. 23, 
190 ~0 [1903-1911 

Glenwood, Minn., [4 photographic post- 
al cards]. H 104020-104023, Dec 
23, 1907.) 

, Winter sports, a-c. (H 104017- 

104019, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

Osborne company, New 
York, X. Y. 
Above the pool. (F G1009, Dec. 26. 
!907.) [1912-1981 

Across the moor. Si by 17. (F 61028 
Dec. 26, 1907.) 

9 I >y 4*. ( F 60062, Dec. 18, 1907. ) 

Angler (The). [1-2.] (F 610°°- 

61023, Dec. 26, l!i07.) 
Burgomasters daughter. [1-3.] (F 

60660-60671, 1 >ec. 18, 1907.) 
Captain of (lie crew. [1-2.] F 61018- 

61019, Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Daughter of the prairies. (F 61016 

Dec. 26, 1907.) 

Gray day in Holland. [1-2.] (F 
60667, 60668, Dec. 18, L907.) 
Osborne (The) company. 
His firsl catch. (1-4.1 (F 61217- 

61219, 61222, Dec. 31, 1907.) 
Horsewoman. [1-2.] (F 61020-61021, 

Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Cn the heart of the woods. [1-1.] 

(F 60663-60666, Dec 18, 1907.) 
la the highlands. [1-2.] (F ooor.d, 

(;nc :,?. Dec. 18, p.h>7.) 
iDtervention. [1-3.] (F 60676- 

60678, Dec. 18, 19 
Joy of life. [1-6.] (F 61080-61091, 

Dec 28, 1907.) 
Lee (General Robert E.) (F 61026, 

Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Lincoln (Abraham) (F 61027, Dec. 

26, 1907.) 
Love set. (F 61017. Dec. 26, 1907.) 

Margaret. [1-3.] F <;<>OS1-600S3, Dec. 
18, 1907.) 

4. (F 610S4, Dec. 28, 1907.) 

Memories. [1-2 (F 61010, 61025, Dec. 
26, 1907.) 

Music lover. [1-3] (F 60653-60655, 

Dec. IS, 1907.) 
Old faith. (F 606S0, Dec. IS, 1907.) 
Old flag. (F 60679, Dec. IS, 1907.) 
Over the 'phone. (F 61024, Dec. 26, 

1907.) 

Poiusettia. [1^] (F 6065S-60661, 
Dec. IS, 1907.) 



nos. 1-5, Jan., 1008 



ENGRAVINGS, OUTS, AND PRINTS 



29 



Osborne (The) company. 

Prosperity. (F 01008, Dec. 20, 1907.) 

Standing out to sea. [1-2] (F 

61220-61221, Dec. 31, 1907.) 
Summer girl. [1-3] (F 61011- 

61013, Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Sunshine and breeze. [1-4] (F 

60686-G0089, Dec. 18, 1907.) 

Tennis girl. [1-2] (F 61014-61015, 

Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Tranquil hour. [1, 2.] (F 60684, 

60685, Dec. 18, 1907.) 

■ 3. (F 61085, Dec. 28, 1907.) 

When the ice is on the river. (F 

61030, Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Yosemite (The). (F 61029, Dec. 26, 
" 1907.) 

Otis lithograph company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Rays, in a new one, King Casey. 
Casey up a tree. (G 17673, Dec. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1907.) [1982 

Outcault (R. F.), Flush- 
ing, N. Y. 
Any parade. (F 61170, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

[1983-2061 

Anvbodv can afford to buy 'em now. 
(F 61144, Dec. 30,1907.) 

Are your shirts like this. (F 61174, 

Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Away we go. (G 17885, Dec. 30, 

1907.) 
Blowing away. (G 17887, Dec. 30, 

1907.) 
Brighten up. (F G1118, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Buy now. (F 61148, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Cake (The). (F 61131, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Closing out to make room. (F 61151. 

Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Comfort. (F 61192, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Dog on good clothes. (F 61157, Dec. 

30, 1907.) 

Don't bother. (F 61194, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Don't give up all your salary. (F 

61132, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Evervthing in the clothes line. (F 

61119, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Get into some nice warm clothes. (F 

61141, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Good beds. (F 61187, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Good picking. (F 61162, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
He loves nice underclothes. (F 61125, 

Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Heart to heart. (F 61128, Dec. 30, 

1907.) 
Honevmoon time. (F 61186, Dec. 30, 

1907.) 



Outcault (R. F.), Flush- 
ing, N. Y. 
If you want corn. (F 61167, Dec. 30, 

3907.) 
Is this true? (F 61153, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Judge for yourself. (F 61136, Dec. 30, 
1907.) 

Just reflect. (F 61123, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Lamb (The)— I see my finish. (F 

6110(5, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Little housemaid says give your house 

some furniture. (F 61183, Dec. 30, 

1907.) 

its fun to take care of nice things. 

(F 01184, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

let us be thankful. (F 61185, 

». 1907.) 
old folks deserve a nice home. 

(F 61190, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
the new couple needs new furni- 
ture. (F 611S8, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Merry Christmas, Mr. Dresser. (F 

01133, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Mr. Swell Dresser savs good clothes is 

all there is to it. (F 61142, Dec. 30, 

1907.) 
New styles on tap. (F 61164, Dec. 30, 

1907.) 
Nice parlor. (F 61193, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Nice underwear. (F 61127, Dec. 30, 

1907. ) 
No man objects to a fair price. (F 

01171, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Old things. (F 61195, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Our bargains will please vou too. (F 

01140, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Our clothes fit! (F 61156, Dec. 30, 

1907.) 
Out wading. (G 17S8S, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Pointer (A). (F 61124, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Pretty things. (F 61189, Dec. 30 r 

1907.) 
Quality. (F 61160, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Save money. (F 61129, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Shabbv coat often covers a big heart. 

(F 61175, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Spring flowers. (G 17SS9, Dec. 30, 

1907.) 
Stout man must have a stout suit. 

(F 61169, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Strike when the iron is hot ! ( F 

61163, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Studying. (F 61134, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Surprise. (G 17891, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Sweethearts. (F 61120, Dec. 30, 

1907.) 
Take a flyer now. (F 61137, Dec. 30, 

1907.) 



30 



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pt. 4, n. s.. v. 3 



Outcault (R. F.), Flush- 
ing, N. Y. 
Ten strike. (F 61143, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
There are no cobwebs in our store. 

(F 61191, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
They are ready to slide right on. (F 

61139, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
They feel so nice and easy. (F 61172, 

Dec. 30, 1907.) 
They fit. (F 61130, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
They go fast. (F 61122, Dec. 30, 

1907. ) 
Tige's bonnet. (G 17890, Dec. 30, 

1907.) 
Tige's valentine. (G 17886, Dec. 30, 

1907. ) 
Times have changed. (F 61126, Dec. 

30, 1907.) 
Wake up. (F 61138, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
We are engaged. (F 61135, Dec. 30, 

1907. ) 
We are using it on prices now. (F 

61121, Dec 30, 1907.) 
We can't change 1he weather. (F 

61173, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
W T e'll have an overcoat on yon. (F 

61150, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
We will furnish your furnishings. (F 

61155, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
When von leave the engine. (F 61158, 

Dec. 30, 1907.) 
When yon leave the shop. (F 61154, 

Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Who will get the position? (F 61161, 

Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Yes, Mr. Dresser, Geo. Washington 

was the best dressed roan. (F 

61159, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
You are known by the company yon 

keep. (F 61149, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
You can't fool Mr. Dresser. (F 61176, 

Dec. 30, 1907.) 
You furnish the figure. (F 61152, Dec. 

30, 1907.) 
You'll get a lot of change back. (F 

61145, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
You'll have a fit. (F 61168, Dec. 30, 

1907.) 
You must look good. (F 61165, Dec. 

30, 1907.) 
You will fit the job. (F 61147, Dec. 

30, 1907.) 
You won't fit the place. (F 61146, 

Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Pacific Beach studios, Pa- 
cific Beach, Cal. 
San Diego, Cal. [5 photographs]. (H 
103849-103853, Dec. 19, 1907.) 

[2062-2066 



Palmer (Frank), Spokane, 
Wash. 
Chelan Co., Wash., in the great Wenat- 
chee valley. (H 104961, Jan. 7, 1908.) 
[2067-2074 
Clearing the homestead for father. 
(H 104967, Jan. 7, 1908.) 

In the cedar forest. (H 104963, Jan. 

7, 1908.) 

Lewiston, Idaho [2 street scenes]. (H 
104964, 104965, Jan. 7, 1908.) 

Nez Perce squaw and papoose. (H 
10496(1, Jan. 7, 190S.) 

Mammoth cedars on the St. Joe river, 
Idaho. (II 104962, Jan. 7, 1908.) 

Swallow Nest rock. (II 104960, Jan. 

7, 1! 

Parker (Geo. W.) art com- 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Adelia. 1. (F 61309, Jan. 3, 1908. 

I 2< (75-2110 
(F 01310, 61311, Jan. 3, 



i V m 332, Jan. 3, 1908.) 
(F 61316, 61317, Jan. 3, 

( F 613124, 61325, Jan. 

_i\ 01323, Jan. 



Amy. l ,V: i'. 

1908.) 
Angelica. 1. 
Ann. 1 & 2. 

l'.'OS.) 
Barbara. 1 & 2. 

;;. 1908.) 

Camilla. 1 & 2. 

:;. 1908.) 
Caprice. 1. (F 60600, Dec^ 16, 1907.) 

2. (F 61327, Jan. 3, 1908.) 

Clarisia. 1 & 2. (F 61312, 61313, Jan. 

3. 1O0S.) 
Coquette. (F 60599, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Daisy. 1 & 2. (F 61305, 61306, Jan. 

3, L906.) 
Ercilla. 1 & 2. (F 61320, 61321, Jan. 

3, I! 
Eudora. 1 & 2. (F 61318, 61319, Jan. 

3, 1908.) 
Flirt. 1. (F 01333. Jan. 3, 1! 
Flora. 1. (F 61303, Jon. 3, 1908.) 
Genet. 1 & 2. (F 61314, 61315, Jan. 

3, 1908.) 
Grace. 1. (F 61304, Jan. 3, 1908.) 
Inez. 1-2. (F 61328, 01329, Jan. 3, 

190S.) 
Innocence. 1. (F 60601, Dec. 10, 

1907. ) 

2. (F 61330, Jan. 3, 190s. , 

Lucy. 1. (F 61334, Jan. 3, 190S.) 
Marguerite. 1 & 2. (F 01307, 6 

Jan. 3, 190S.) 
Maud. 1. (F 01331, Jan. 3, 190S.) 
Vanity. 1. (F 6059S, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
2. (F 61326, Jan. 3, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



31 



10s. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



Parker (S. G.), New- 
port, Ark. 
Newport, Ark. [6 photographic 
views]. (H 104451-104456, Dec. 30, 
1907.) [2111-2116 

Parker (William), New 
York, N. Y. 
Wedding inarch. (H 104433, Dec. 26, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1907.) [2117 

Parmenter (Wm. Har- 
vey), Toledo, Ohio. 
Blanco, a white cat. (H 104865, Jan. 
6, 1908.) [2118 

Patch (Herbert L.) 
Clarcmont, N. H. 
Sullivan machinery company's works. 
(H 10350S, Dec. 10, 1907.) [2119 

Patterson (E.), Sevier- 

ville, Tenn. 

Pert and Nell at work. (H 103511, 

Nov. 25, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907.) 

[2120 
Peninsular engraving com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Horticulture building, Belle Isle park. 
(H 103S25, Dec. 18, 1907.) [2121 
Peterson (Paul), Fair- 
mont, Minn. 
Martin county court house. (H 
103458, Dec. 9, 1907.) [2122 

Petty (Geo. B.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Choir boy. (F 61109, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

[2123-2125 
Good night. (F 61110, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
His first pants. (F 61109-61111, Dec. 
30, 1907.) 

2 c. of each, Dec. 31, 1907. 

Phelps (C. H.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Triumph of truth over error. (F 
60628, Dec. 17, 1907.) [2126 

Phila. post card company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
True to life series. 1-20. (H 103738- 
103757, Dec. 16, 1907.) [2127-2148 

23, 24. (H 103760, 103761, Dec. 

16, 1907.) 

Phillips (Tom M.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
[Automobile series. 1-14]. (H 
103620-103629, 103631, 103632, 
103634, 103635, Dec. 13, 1907.) 

[2149-2189 
Be right and spoon at night. (H 

103599, Dec. 13, 1907.) 
Can't say what you mean to. (H 

103603, Dec. 13, 1907.) 
Clouds of darkness have gone forever. 
(H 103619, Dec. 13, 1907.) 



Phillips (Tom M.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Dear heart so true. (H 103609, Dec. 

13, 1907.) 
Each day vou're nearer. (H 103613, 
Dec. 13, 1907.) 

Every star that shines above. (H 
103611, Dec. 13, 1907.) 

For a row. (II 103598, Dec. 13, 1907.) 
I love but you. (II 103615, Dec. 13, 

1907.) 
1 was longing. (H 103617, Dec. 13, 

1907.) 
Life had always seemed only tears. 

(H 103618, Dec. 13, 1907.) 

Mv love, my soul, art thine. (H 

103608, Dec. 13, 1907.) 
No day time or noon time would suit 

you. (II 103606, Dec. 13, 1907.) 
Our wedding bells will peal. (H 

103630, Dec. 13, 1907.) 
Right time with the moon. (II 103601, 

Dec. 13, 1907.) 
Scene is a scene. (H 103605. Dec. 13, 

1907.) 
She is the queen. (H 103633, Dec. 13, 

1907.) 
Since I met you. (H 103610/ Dec. 13, 

1907.) 
Spoon, spoon, spoon. (H 103606, Dec. 

13, 1907.) 
Sweetheart divine. (H 103614, Dec. 

13, 1907.) 

That time is the right time. (H 
103607, Dec. 13, 1907.) 

There's no time like night time to 
spoon. (H 103604, Dec. 13, 1907.) 

We'll be happy. (H 103612, Dec. 13, 

1907.) 
While you are mine. (H 103616, Dec. 

13, 1907.) 
Won't you marry me soon. (H 103595, 

Dec. 13, 1907.) 
You just quite can't say. (H 103596, 

Dec. 13, 1907.) 
You may have a parlor. (H 103597, 

Dec. 13, 1907.) 
You say dear won't you marry me 

soon. (H 103002, Dec. 13, 1907.) 

Pickands-Magee company, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
History of heating. 4-6. (F 60396- 
60398, Dec. 11, 1907.) [2190-2192 

Pierre (Dr.) chemical 

company, Chicago, 

111. 

Secrets. (F 61043, Dec. 23, 1907; 2 c. 

Dec. 12, 1907.) [2193 



32 



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pt. 4, n. s., v. 3 



Pillsbury picture com- 
pany, Oakland, 
Cal. 
Bagby, on line Yosemite Valley R. R. 
(H 104895, Jan. 6, 1008.) 3523. 

[2194-2237 
Cascade mts. [3 photographs]. 3528- 

3531. (H 104S83-104S86, Jan. 6, 
1908.) 

Cascade mts., Wash., Chelan Lake. 

3532, 3533. (H 104S90, 104891, Jan. 
0, 1908.) 

El Portal, Yos. Valley R. R. terminus, 
view. 3544. (H 104899, Jan. 6, 
190S.) 

El Portal, on line of Yosemite Valley 
R. R., panorama. 3524. (II 104896, 
Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Lake Cushman, Wash. [3 photo- 
graphs). 3534, 3535, 3537. (II 
104887-1048S9, Jan. G, 190S.) 

Mt. Rainier from Eagle peak. 

3539. (H 104892, 104893, Jar.. 6, 
1908.) 

New way to the Yosemite. 3522. (II 
L04894, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Olympics from Mt. Eleanor. 3536. (H 
10-1897, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Redlands fCal.l from Simley heights. 
3500. ill 104900, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Riverside Prom Mt. Rubidoox. (H 
104901, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

San Juan Caplstrano mission. 3514. 
(H 104902, Jan. 6, 1008.) 

Santa Barbara, [Cal.] [3 photo- 
graphs] 3005, 3512, 3513. (H 
104903-104905, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Santa Cruz, Cal. [3 photographs] 
3541-3543. (H 104900-104908, Jan. 
6, 190S.) 

Tatoosh range from Eagle peak. 

3540. (H 104898, Jan. 6, 190S.) 
Yosemite valley. Cal. [IS photo- 
graphs] 3006-3016, 3516-3521. 3527. 
(H 104909-104920. Jan. 6, 1908.) 

2 c. of each Jan. 7, 19' 

Pioneer company, New 

York, N. Y. 
Birds of a feather flock together. (F 
61513, Nov. 7, 1907.) [2238-2240 

Bunch of fruit. (F 61514, Nov. 7. 

1907.) 

Flock of birds. (F 61512. Nov. 7, 

1907; 2 c. of each Nov. 9, 1907.) 

Plummer (F. C), Seattle, 

Wash. 

Dugdale athletic park. (H 103141, 

Nov. 29. 1907; 2 c. Sept. 30, 1907.) 

[2241 
Polin (E.), Alma, Wis. 
Alma, Wis. [3 lithographs] ( G 17767- 
17769, Dec. 2, 1907.) [2242-2244 



Powers (W. F.) company, ' 

New York, N. Y. 

Hear ye! Hear ye! (F 61296, Jan. 

3, 190S.) [2245 

Providence lithograph com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
Saul chosen king. 23 J by 26$. (C 

17772, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907.) [2246-2247 

Temperance lesson. 23£ by 26$. (G 

17773, Dec. 17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1907.) 

Prows (Joseph T.), 
Cynthiana, Ky. 
Eattleship Maine. (F 61108, Dec. 19, 
1907.) [2248 

Purdy (James K<1 ward), 
Boston, Mass. 
Taft (Hon. Win. II.). 1, 2. (H 
104768, 104769, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
[2249 

i 3-7. (II 104797-104801, Jan. 2, 

1908. I 

R. & (t. corset company, 

New York. X. Y. 

R. & G. trirl [3 prints 1. 1, 2, 5. (F 

60463, 60464, 004 (;7, Dec. 5. 1907.) 

1225; 

Pan (William II.), Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Army ft Navy football sramo. pano- 
rama of. 1*0 by 50. (H 103562, 
Dor. 12, 1907.) [2269 

Battleships [4 photographs] 25: CU- 
LT.: »<.)4. (II 104939-104942, Jan. 6, 
1908. ) 

Evans' (Admiral) flagship and fleet 
saluting the President. 25990. (H 
104679, Dor. 31, 1907.) 

Evans' (Admiral) flagship Connecti- 
cut, how view. 251)115. (II 1046S0, 
Doc. 31, 1!)"7.) 

Flagship Connecticut, head-on. 2! 
(II 104943, Jan. 6, 190S.) 

Mayflower. 25986, 25987. (II 104676, 
10-1677, Dec. 31, 1907.) 

Pacific squadron. 259S2-259S4, 5 
(II 104673-104075, 104678, Dec. 31, 
1907. ) 

Rauch (James G.), Slat- 
ing! on. Pa. 
Ye old homestead. (F 00500, Dec. 14. 
1907: 2 c. Dec. 3<>, 1907.) T2272 

Rieck, (Ernest W.), 
Albany, N. Y. 

Santa Clans' favorite. (H 104025, 
Dec. 30, 1907. ) [2273 

Rippel (C), Sunbury, 
Pa, 
Just arrived. (H 103669, Dec. 13, 
1907.) [2274 



nos. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



33 



Risem (A.), Superior, 

Wis. 
Inlet, Billings park. (U 103863, Dec. 

16, 1907.) [2275-2278 

Lane, Billings park. (H 103802, Dec. 

10, 1907.) 
Rustic bridge. (II 103861, Dec. 16, 

1907.) 
Bhady road. (H 103800, Dec. 10, 

1907; 2 c. of each Nov. 22, 1807.) 
Roberts (W. W.), Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Through the pines. (II 103097, Dec. 

16, 1907.) [2279 

Robinson (Walter O.), 

Chicago, 111. 

Bright future. (F 60356, Dec. 2, 

1907; 2 c. Nov. 19, 1907.) [2280 

Rotograph company, 

New York, X. Y. 

6 lithographs. F. L. 216/1-F. L. 216/6. 

I -iiSl-2329 
12 lithographs. F. L. 379-F. L. 390. 
6 lithographs. F. L. 430-F. L. 435. 

(G. 17001-17024, Nov. 25, 1907.) 
[12 colored postal cards, miscellaneous 

subjects.] F. L. 418-F. L. 429. 
[6 colored postal cards. | Santa Clans 

series. F. L. 430-F. L. 441. 
[6 colored postal cards.] Flowers. 
F. L. 470, F. L. 478, F. L. 503, F. L. 
510, F. L. 520, F. L. 527. (G17S36- 
17859, Dec. 28, 1907.) 
57 varieties. (H 103445, Dec. 7, 1907.) 

Rowland (John O.), Wal- 
lingford, Conn. 
Alice Rosevelt. [cow] (H 104727, 
Jan. 2, 1908.) [2330, 2331 

(H 89394, Jan. 8, 1907; 1 c. Dec. 

8, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1907). 
Rude (Augustus D.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Modern fashions, spring and summer 
190S. A, B. (G 17770, 17771, Dec. 

17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 

[2332, 2333 

Rueter (Frank G.), Seattle, 

Wash. 

California. San Gabriel Mission. (H 

103425, Dec. 7, 1907.) L2334-2341 

Dutch wind mill. (H 103426, Dec. 7, 

1907.) 
Santa Barbara, Cal. [5 photographs]. 
(H 103419-103423, Dec. 7, 1907.) 
Santa Cruz, California, Cave rock. 
(H 103424, Dec. 7, 1907.) 

Ruppert (William), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Douglas park, season 1906-07. [three 
skating scenes]. (F 61044-61046, 
Dec. 23, 1907.) [2342-2344. 

25371—08 3 



Russell ( Kate A.. >, Jen 

City, X. J. 
Descriptive Christ of Nazareth. (F 
00485, Dec. 13, 1907.) [2345 

Sackett & Wilhelms company, 
New York, X. Y. 
Anxious moment. (F 00841, Dec. 20, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 

[2346-237C 
Bloom of youth. (G 17909, Jan. 6, 

1908. 
Cardinal's move. (F 60853, Dec. 20, 
1!>07; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 

Centre of attraction. (F 60843, Dec. 

20, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Cleo. (F 60851, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. 

Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Come in. the water is fine. (F C0S52, 

Dec. 20. 1907; 2 e. Dec. S\. L907). 

Country cousin. (F <;<>x;o. Dec. 20, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 23. 1907.) 
Debutante. (G 17910, Jan. 0, 1908.) 

End of Teddy. (F 60835, Dec. 20, 

11)07: 2 c. I ><•<-. 23, 1!:<>7. i 
live o'clock. (G 17!><>7. Jan. 0, 1908.) 
Garden party. (G 176S9, Dec. 12, 

1907. ) 
Golden summer time. (F 60S31, Dec. 

20, 1907: 2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 

Grand canal. Venice. (F 60S42 Dec. 
20, 1907 ; 2 c. Dec. 23. 1907. ) 

Here's to you. (F 60S39, Dec. 20, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 
His first experience. (F 60833, Dec. 

20, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 
In time of peace. (F 60848, Dec. 20, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Labor of love. (F 60844, Dec. 20, 

1907: 2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Lincoln (Abraham). (F 60S36, Dec. 

20. 1907: 2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Little grandma. (G 17777, Dec. 19, 

1907. ) 
Meditation. (G 17908, Jan. 6. 1908.) 
Miss Daintv. (F 60830, Dec. 20, 1907; 

2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Oriental beaut v. (F 60838, Dec. 20, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Reminiscences. (F 60S45. Dec. 20, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Rose. (F 60837, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. 

Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Safe. (F 60S50, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. 

Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Snowflakes. (F 60849, Dec. 20, 1907; 

2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Somebody's sweetheart. (F 60834, Dec. 

20, 1907: 2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 



£4 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 4, n. s., v. 3 



Sackett & Wilhelins company, 

New York, N. Y. 

strenuous life. (F 60832, Dec. 20, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Taking a stroll. (G 17776, Dec. 19, 

1907.) 
Their day of rest. (F 60S4G, Dec. 20, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Winter's eve. (F 60847, Dec. 20, 1907; 

2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 

Saint-Gaudens (Augusta 
II.), New York, N. Y. 
Lincoln (Abraham), the statue made 
for Chicago by Augustus Saint- 
Gaudens. (H 104471, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
[2377-2379 
Parnell (Charles Stewart), statue by 
Augustus Saint-Gaudens, taken in 
the studio shortly before it was east 
in plaster. (H 104472, Dec. 30, 
1907.) 
Parnell monument, model for, designed 
by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. (H 
104470, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Sanborn (J. W.), Brad- 
ford, N. H. 
Indian tie-up. 1-2. (II 103346- 
103347, Dec. 6, 1907.) [2380,2381 

Sanders (P.), Now York, 

N. Y. 

After visit of Santa Clans. (P 61697, 

Jan. 10, 1908.) [23S2-2409 

All around the Christinas tree. (F 

01593, Jan. 10, 1908.) 
All forward! charge! (F 015S7, Jan. 

10, 1908.) 
Arrival of Santa Claus. (F 615S8, 

Jan. 10, 1908.) 
Awakening (The). (F 61347, Jan. 4, 

1908.) 
Boy with building blocks. (F 61590, 

Jan. 10, 190S.) 
Children playing around the Christ- 
mas tree. (F 61342, Jan. 4, 1908.) 
Christmas hymn. (F 61343, Jan. 4, 

1908.) 
€hrismas march. (F 61352, Jan. 4, 

1908.) 
Dream realized. (F 61346, Jan. 4, 

190S.) 
Dreaming of Santa Claus. (F 6134S, 

Jan. 4, 1908.) 
<Good luck to the new year. (F 60962, 

Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Lighting up 1909 lamp. (F 61591, 

Jan. 10, 1908.) 
Merry Christmas dance. (F 61353, 

Jan. 4, 1908.) 
Merry Christmas in holly wreath. (F 

60964, Dec. 26, 1907.) 



Sanders (P.), New York, 

N. Y. 

Messengers on their way. (F. 61586, 

Jan. 10, 1908.) 
Off to Dreamland. (F 61351, Jan. 4, 

1908.) 
Santa Claus. (F 00961, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

, Santa Claus has been here. (F 61596, 
Jan. 10, 1908.) 

Santa Claus leaving the toys. (F 
61350, Jan. 4, 1908.) 

Santa Claus parade. (F 61589, Jan. 

10, 190S.) 
Santa Clans- visit. (F 61345, Jan. 

4, 1908.) 
Santa Clans with loving cup. F 

61592, Jan. 10. 190S.) 
Surprise (The) (F 01344, Jan. 4, 

1908.) 
Welcome to the new year. (F 60963, 

Dec 20, 1907.) 
Well filled Btockings. (F 61595, Jan. 

10, 1908.) 
Writing to Santa Clans. (F 61349, 

Jan. t. Puis., 

L908 bowled over by 1909. (F 61594, 
Jan. 10, 19<»- 

Sanders publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Pet of the farm. (G 17439, Nov. 14, 
1907: 2 c. N<»v. 27, 1907.) [2410 

Satterlee (Walter), New 
York, N. Y. 
Leaving the old southern home. (H 
104461, Dec. 30, 1907.) [2411 

Sawyer (Charles H.) Far- 
mington, Me. 
Belfast (II 101925, Nov. 1, 1907.) 

[2412-2414 
Gilkeys harbor & Camden mountains. 
(H 101927, Nov. 1, 1907.) 

Passagassawakeag river. (H 101926, 
Nov. 1, 1907.) 

2 c. of each Dec. 19, 1907. 

Schneider (F. A.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Attraction (The) (F 61557, Jan. 9, 
1908.) [2415-2449 

Bruno. (F 61555, Jan. 9, 1908.) 
Choice cut. (F 61543, Jan. 9, 190S.) 
Coal and wood. (F 61549, Jan. 9, 
1908.) 
| Delicious. (F 61552, Jan. 9, 1908.) 
Expert plumbers. (F 61541, Jan. 9, 
1908.) 
| Family flour. (F 61544, Jan. 9, 1908.) 
1 Farmer girl. (F 61530, Jan. 9, 1908: 
I 2 c. Oct. 25, 1907.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



35 



nos. l-f>, Jan., 1908 



Schneider (F. A.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Fresh daily. (F 61545, Jan. 9, 1908.) 

Friendly greeting. (F 61554, Jan. 9, 
1908.) 

Girl in hammock. (F 61529, Jan. 9. 
1908; 2 c. Oct. 25, 1907.) 

Good catch. (F 61535, Jan. 9, 1908.) 
Good fit. (F 61534, Jan. 9, 1908.) 
Goodnight. (F 61551, Jan. 9, 19080 
Hello Ted. (F 61556, Jan. 9, 1908.) 

Highly recommended. (F 61532, Jan. 

9, 1908.) 
Indian maid. 1. (F 61561, Jan. 9, 

1908.) 
2. (F 61528, Jan. 9, 1908; 2 c. 

Oct. 25, 1907.) 

Tittle piggies. (F 61547, Jan. 9, 1908.) 
Luncheon. (F 61540, Jan. 9, 1908.) 
Model (The) (F 61538, Jan. 9, 1908.) 
Nerve and strength. (F 61542, Jan. 9, 

1908.) 
Now we lay us. (F 61559, Jan. 9, 

1908.) 
Old fishing hole. (F 61536, Jan. 9, 

1908.) 
Order by phone. (F 61558, Jan. 9, 

1908.) 
Perfection's height. (F 61539, Jan. 9, 

1908.) 
See my new shoes. (F 61546, Jan. 9, 

190S.) 
Sport (The) (F 61550, Jan. 9, 1908.) 
Story (The) (F 61553, Jan. 9, 1908.) 

Three little maids. (F 6154S, Jan. 9, 
1908.) 

Three winners. (F 61560. Jan. 9. 
1908.) 

Two friends. (F 61537, Jan. 9, 190S.) 

Yachting girl. 1. (F 61562, Jan. 9. 
1908.) 

2. (F 61531, Jan. 9, 1908; 2 c. 

Oct. 25, 1907.) 

Youthful lumberman. (F 61533, Jan. 
9, 1908.) 

Schrafft (W. F.) & sons, 

Boston, Mass. 

Canoe girl. (G 17S27, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

[2450-2453 
Hunting girl. (G 17829, Dec. 26, 
1907.) 

Summer time girl. (G 17826, Dec. 26, 
1907.) 

Winter time maiden. (G 17S28, Dec. 
26, 1907.) 



Sears & Friedman, Ben- 
ton Harbor. Mich. 
I've been deserted. I F 60421, Dec. 12, 

1007.) L 2454-2456 

I would if I could but I cant. (F 
60420, Dec. 12, 1907.) 

We wont go home till morning. (F 
60419, Dec. 12, 1907; 2 c. of each, 
Jan. G, 1908.) 

Sheahan (Maurice T.), 
Brookline, Mass. 
I wish I was a boy. (F 61246, Jan. 2, 
1908.) L 2457-2460 

Keep smiling. (F 60959, Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Mother (The) (F 61248, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Won't Mama be pleased. (F 61247. 
Jan. 2, 1908.) 

Sheppard ( Leander Win. ) , 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Sheppard's certificate of graduation. 

[2461, 2462 
Sheppard's elementary diploma. 
(F 61113, 61112, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Sherman (Elmer C), Mt. 
Vernon. Ohio. 
Emmett (Daniel Decatur), and resi- 
dence. (H 103500, Dec. 7, 1907: 2 c. 
Nov. 23. 1907.) [2463 

Shinliver (B. H.). Clin- 
ton, Tenn. 
Clinton. Tenn. [10 photographs]. (H 
104823-104832. Jan. 2. 1908.) 

[2464-2473 

Shipler (Harry), Salt 

Lake City, Utah. 

Salt Lake Citv, business section, bird's- 

eve view. (H 104013, Dec. 23, 

1907. ) [2474 

Sidelinger (F. A.), Old 
Orchard Beach. Maine. 
Seven-Shores by moonlight. (F 61049, 
Dec. 27, 1907': 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907.) 

[2475 
Simplicity company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
[Invitation series. 1-S]. (F 60978- 
609S5, Dec. 26, 1907.) [2476-24S3 

Skinner (C. J.), Lake An- 
des, S. Dak. 
Lake Andes, S. Dak. [2 prints]. (F 
60369, 60370, Dec. 6, 1907.) 

[2484, 2485 

Sloan (J. V.) & co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Baby's bath. (G 17S13, Dec. 20. 1907.) 

[2486-2490 
Gossip. (G 17813, Dec. 20, 1907.) 
Little friends. ( G 17816, Dec. 20, 1907. ) 



36 



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pt. 4, n. s., v. 3 



Sloan (J. V.) & co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Little musician. (G 17S15, Dec. 20, 

1907.) 
Summer time. ( G 17814, Dec. 20, 1907. ) 

Slosson (William E.), 
Park Ridge, 111. 
Minnesota sunset. (F 61047, Dec. 27, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1907.) [2491 

Smith (Gertrude B.), 

Amesbury, Mass. 

Barefoot boy. ( F 60624, Dec. 16, 1 907. ) 

[2492 

Smith (Mark W.), Los 
Angeles, Cal. 
Coldness between them. [2493-2496 
Papa, don't mamma want any*/ 
Spendthrift. 

What do yon think of his execution? 
(F 60219-60222, Nov. 7, 1907; 2 c. of 
each Nov. 25, 1907.) 

Smysor (Florence), Bel- 
fast, Ohio. 
W. C. T. U. (F 60649, Dec 18, 1907.) 

[2497 

Standard publishing CO., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Christian Standard". Christmas num- 
ber. (F 60877, Dec. 23, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 20, 1907.) [2498 

Standard scenic company, 

Meadvillo, Pa, 
| Stereoscopic photographs.] 

Boulder. Colo. 2964. (II 103413, 

Dec. 7, 1907.) [2499-2549 

Brooklyn [N. Y.] 2957. (H 103406, 

Dec. 7, 1907.) 
Cholula. Mexico. 916. (II 97178, July 

25, 1907.) 
Down among the cotton, 0.959. (H 

103399, Dec. 7, 1907.) 
Fortress Monroe, Va. 2965. (H 104477, 

Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Hampton Roads, Va. 2962. (H 103411, 

Dec. 7. 1907.) 

2966. (H 104478, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Jamestown exposition. 0.2954, 2963. 

(H 103403, 103412, Dec. 7, 1907.) 
Madrid, Spain. 3300, 3301. (H 103414, 

103415, Dec. 7, 1907.) 
New York, N. Y. 2956. (H 103405. 

Dec. 7, 1907.) 
296S-2985. (H 1044S0-104490, 

104577-104583, Dec 30, 1907.) 
Ohio (U. S. battleship). 2967. (H 

104479, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Palestine. 0.2304. (H 103402, Dec. 7. 

1907. ) 



Standard scenic company, 

Meadville, Pa. 
[Stereoscopic photographs.] 
Palisades, Canyon Rio de las Animas, 
Colo. 0.1062. (H 103400, Dec. 7, 
1907.) 

Philadelphia, Pa., Elks' convention. 

2958-2961. (H 103407-103410, Dec. 

7. 1907.) 
Sagimore Hill, N. Y. 29S6. (H 

104584, Dec 30, 1907.) 
Washington, D. C. 2987 2998. (H 

104585-104590, 104491-104496, Dec. 

30, 1907.) 
Yellowstone National park, YVyo. 

0.1309. (II 103401, Dec. 7, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Jan. 2, 1908. 

Stand i ah ( Frederick >, 
Huntington, ('mm. 
Heart and hand, i F 50007, Jai 

L907.) [2550 2554 

Love and laughter. (F 55111, June 

12, 1907.) 
May Irving the belle. (F 56112, June 

l_\ L907.) 
What a woman lives, looks, and 
for. (F 50008, Jan. 25, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Dec. 7. 1907. 
Will von share my home, i F " 
Juno 29, 1907; 2 •. Dec. 10, 1907.) 
stouten (H. k.i. Seattle, 
Wash. 
His ma jest v. (H 103501, Dec. 9, 1907; 
2 c Nov. 19, 1907.) [2555 

Stewarl publishing com- 
pany, New York. 
N. Y. 
Birth Stone and calendar card for 
L908. ( F 61301, Jan. 3, 1908; 2 c. 
Dec 27, 1907.) 

Stockmann (Henry L.), 

Cincinnati. Ohio. 

Good Samaritan. < F 61341, Jan. 4, 

1908; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1908.) [2557 

Stolt i John), Laurium, 

Mich. 

Calumet & Ilecla mines. (H 103791, 

Dec. 14, 1907.) [251 

Calumet & Ilecla offices, panoramic 

view. (II 103795, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Calumet high school, panoramic view. 

UI 103774, Dec. 14. 1907.) 
Laurium, corner of Third and Ilecla 
streets. (II 10379:2, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
Laurium, Mich., corner of Third and 
Tamarack streets. (H 103703, Dec. 
14, 1907.) 
Red Jacket, Mich.. Oak and Seventh 
Streets, panoramic view. (II 103794. 
Dec. 14, 1907.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PKIN'JS 



?>: 



nos. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



Stolt (John i. Laurium, 
Mich. 

Red Jacket opera house, panoramic 
view. (H 303796, Dec. 14, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Nov. 29, 1907. 

Stow (Audley H.), May- 

beury, W. Va. 

Low coal panel. Fig. 1. (F 60722, 

Doc. 16, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 2, 1907.) 

[2565-2568 
Lower section, panel system, double 
barrier Pillar system. Fig. 3. (F 
60724, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Lower section, room and Pillar system, 
single barrier Pillar system. Fig. 2. 
(F 60723, Dec. 16, 1907.) 
Panel longwall. Fig. 4. (F 60725, 
Dec. 16, 1907.) 

Strahl (Howard P.), 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Foraker (Hon. Joseph Benson) (F ' 

61196, Dec. 30, 1907.) [2569-2571 
Lafollette (Hon. Robert Marion) 82. 

(F (50263, Nov. 13, 1907.) 
Taft (Hon. William Howard) (F 

61197, Dec. 30, 1907.) 



Strobridge lithographing 
company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 
[Posters] 
Y. 12573, N. Y. 12589. (G 17161, 
17162, Oct. 11, 1907; 2 c. of each. 
Doc 5, 1907.) [2572^2* ;<»L > 

Y. 12579. (G 17166, Oct. 11, 1907; 



N 



2 c. Dec. 14, 1807.) 
, Y. 12582, N. Y. 12583, N, Y. 32587. 
(G 17156, 17159, 17164, Oct. 11, 
1907; 2 c. of each Dec. 19, 1907.) 
, Y. 12588, N. Y. 12592, N. Y. 12593. 
(G 17341-17343. Nov. 2. 1907; 2 c. 
of each Dec. 5, 1907.) 

Y. 12581, N. Y. 12594. N. Y. 12595. 
(G 17353, 17355, 17356, Nov. 2, 1907; 
2 c. of each Dec. 14, 1907.) 

Y. 12591. (G 17344, Nov. 2, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 23, 1907.) 

Y. 12637. (G 17479, Nov. 22, 1907.) 

Y. 1262S. (G 17475, Nov. 22, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 5, 1907.) 

Y. 12577. N. Y. 12633, N. Y. 12635, ! 
N. Y. 12636, N. Y. 12638. N. Y. 12639, 
N. Y. 12646. (G 17473, 17474 I 
17477, 17480-174S2, 174S7, Nov. 22, j 
1907: 2 c. of each Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Y. 12640, N. Y. 12650. (G 174S3, 
174S9, Nov. 22, 1907; 2 c. of each 
Dec. 23, 1907.) 

Y. 12649. (G 17625, Dec. 5, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 19, 1907.) 



si robridge lithographing 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

[Posters] 

N. Y. 12652, N. Y. 12653. (G 17627, 

17628, Dec. 5, 1907 ; 2 c. of each Dec. 

23, 1907.) 

N. Y. 12651. (G 17626, Dec. 5, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 6, 1908.) 
N. Y. 12657. N. Y. 12658. (G 17799, 

17800, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
N. Y. 12659. (G 17796, Dec. 19, 1907; 
2 C. Dec. 23, 1907.) 

Swavze (Alden), Canto, 
Pa. 
Secretary's pet. (G 60261, Dec. 9, 
1907.) [2603 

Tammen (H. EL), Den- 
ver, Colo. 
Marvelous states of the Golden West. 
1611. (F 60264, Nov. 18, 1907.) 

[2604 
Tarry town horticultural 
society, Tarrytown. 
N. Y. 
Tarrytown horticultural society certi- 
Qcate of merit. (F 60116, Dec. 2, 
1907; 2 c. Sept. 27, 1907.) [2605 

Taylor (Charles H.), Wo- 
bum, Mass. 

Winter quarters. (II 103193, Doc. 9, 
1907.) [2606 

Taylor (J. J.). Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Removal of the appendix. 1-5. (H 
1(>! 122-101-126. Dec 27, 1907: 2 C. of 
each Dec. 28, 1907.) [2607-2611 

Telharmonic securities 
company. Now York, 
N. Y. 
Dvnamos. (H 103449, Dec. 5, 1907.) 

[2612-2614 
Keyboards. (H 103448, Dec. 5, 1907.) 
Transformers. (H 103447, Dec. 5, 
1907: 2 c. of each Nov. 22, 1907.) 
Tessier (Charles Oscar), 
Hawthorne. N. Y. 
Negro minstrel. (F 60S67, Dec. 19, 
1907.) [2615 

Thode (W. F.), Medford, 
Mass. 
Blanche. (H 104626, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

[2616 
Thompson (John), Glas- 
gow Junction. Ky. 
Kentucky, Mammoth cave, entrance to 
cave. (F 60417, Dec. 12, 1907: 2 c. 
Dec. 20, 1907.^ [2617 

Thomson (F. Louise), 
Washington, D. C. 
Kelvin (Lord), miniature portrait on 
ivory. (H 104002, Dec. 21, 1907.) 

[2618 



38 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 4, n. s., v. 3 



Thorburn (J. M.) & co., 
New York, N. Y. 
Alyssum — Aquilegia — Asparagus — 
Candytuft — Clovers — Delphinium — 
Double balsam — Extra-early refugee 
bean — Gaillarida — German millet — 
Gladioli — Hollyhocks — Iris — 
Kochia — Lily — Long Island beauty 
muskmellon — Mignonette — New 
sweet corn — Paeonies — Pepper — 
Pinus divaricata — Portulaca — Pri- 
mula — Pyrethrum — Radish — Scabi- 
osa — Single petunias — Stocks— Stoke- 
sia — Sweet or sugar corn — Thor- 
burn lawn grass — Water melons. 

(32 prints. F 61376-61407, Jan. 4, 
1908.) [2619 2650 

Thome (II. J.), Port- 
land, Oreg. 
Oregon roses. (II 102271, Nov. 8, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 9, 1907.) [2G51 

Tichnor brothers, Boston, 
Mass. 
What I saw. (F 60259, Dec. 9, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 10, 1907.) [2652 

Tillinghast (Byron Ca- 
rey), Pro v id cure, R. I. 
Workingman's burden. F 60721, Dec. 
18, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1907.) [2653 

Tiny Tads company, New 

York, N. Y. 

Happy now year, everyone. (F 60693, 

Dec. IS, 1907.) [2654-2662 

I is for ice-box. (F 60G98, Dec. 18, 

1907. ) 
January is the month. (F G0G90, Dec. 

18, 1907.) 
Money scare? (F 60G91, Dec. IS, 

1907.) 
Our goods. (F 60697, Dec. 18, 1907.) 
Prices fall. (F. 60695, Dec. 18, 1907.) 
Self respecting. (F 60692, Dec. 18, 

1907. ) 
These coats and suits are awful nice! 

(F 60694, Dec. 18, 1907; 2 c. Dec. IS, 

1907.) 
Useful gifts. (F 60696, Dec. 18, 1907: 

2 c. of each Dec. IS, 1907.) 

Tobin (M. F.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Bright eyes — Coquette — Daisy girl — 
Debutante — Flirtation — Good morn- 
ing — Here goes — Here's luck — I see 
you — Lilac time — Lilies — Poinset- 
tia — Resting — Roses — Secrets — 
Springtime — Tiger lilies — To your 
health. 

(18 chromos. G T7867-17SS4, Dec. 
30, 1907; 2 c. of each Jan. 9, 1908.1 
[2663-26S0 i 



Tocci (Francesco), Great 

Notch, N. J. 

Albani (Carlo). (F 60767, Dec. 3, 

1907.) [2681-2720 

Ancona (Mario). (F 60750, Dec. 3, 

1907.) 
Arimondi (Vittorio). (F 00766, Dec. 

3, 1007.) 
Bassi (Amedeo). (F 60735, Dec. 3, 

1907.) 
Bonci (Alessandro). (F 60747, Dec. 

3, 1907.) 

ior-Cianoli. (F 60754, Dec. 3, 

1907.) 
Burgstaller (Herr). (F 60753, Dec. 3, 

1907.) 
Campanini (Cleofonte). (F 60757) 

Do<-. 3, 1907.) 
Can 's«». (F 60746, Dec. 3, 1907.) 
CavalierJ (Lina.). A. (F. 60732, Dec. 

:;, 1907.) 

B. (F G0737, Dec. 3, 1907.) 

Chaliapine (Theodore). (F I 

Doc 3, 1907.) 
Ciaparelli (Gina). (F 60729, Dec. 3, 

L907.) 
Cisneroa i Eleanor de). (F 00700, Dec. 

3, 1907.) 
Conried (H.) (F 60761, Dec. 3, 1907.) 
I \n id i i Francesco). (F 60730, Dec. 3, 

1907.) 
Dalmores (C). (F 60744, Dec. 3, 

1907.) 
Didur (Adamo). (F 60764, Dec. 3, 

1907.) 
Eames (Emma). (F 60730, Dec. 3, 

1907.) 
Farrar (Geraldlne). (F 60712, Dec. 

3, T- 
Ferrari (Rodolfo). (F 60756, Dec. 3, 

1907.J 
Gadski (Johanna). (F 60741, Dec. 3, 

1907.) 
Garden (Mary). (F 6073S, Dec. 3, 

1907.) 
Hammerstein (Oscar). (F 60761, Dec. 

3, 1907.) 
Hertz (Alfred). (F 60765, Dec. 3, 

1907.) 
Homer (Louise). (F 60731, Dec. 3, 

1907.) 
Journet (Marcel). (F 60752, Dec. 3, 

1907. ) 
Nordica (Lillian). (F 60743, Dec. 3, 

11 07.) 
Novell! (Ermete). (F 6075S, Dec. 3, 

1907.) 
Plancon (Pol). (F 607.39, Doc. 3, 

1907. ) 



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39 



qos. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



Tocci ( Fra i icesc< > ) , Great 



N. J. 

(F 00733, Dec. 3, 



(F 00740, Dec. 3 
(F G0745, Dec. 3, 



(F 00728, Dec. 3, 
(F 60763, Dec. 3, 



Notch, 
Rappold (Marie). 

11)07. ) 
Remind (Maurice). 

11)07.) 
Sanmarco (Mario). 

1007. ) 
Scotti (A.). (F 60755, Dec. 3, 1907.) 
Sembrick (Marcella). (F 60749, Dec. 

3, 1907.) 
Stacciari (Ricardo). (F 60759, Dec. 3, 

1907.) 
Trentini (Emma). (F 60748, Dec. 3, 

1907. ) 
Vign a (Arturo), 

1907.) 
Zenatello (G.). 

1907.) 
Peppilli (Mile.).. (F 60734, Dec. 3, 

1907; 2 c. of each Dec. 19, 1907.) 

Totten (George Oakley), 

Washington, D. C. 

Norwegian embassy. [2721, 2722 

Parking scheme for 16th street. 

(H 103397, 103398, Dec. 7, 1907; 

1 c. of each Dec. 7, 1907 ; 1 c. of each 
Jan. 8, 1908.) 

Tribune company, Chica- 
go, 111. 

Automatic servant girl minds the baby. 
(F 60137, Dec. 3, 1907.) [2723-2740 
Danny dreamer. (F 60602, Dec. 16, 
1907.) 

— (F 60903, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

— (F 61277, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

— (F 61474, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

— (F 61635, Jan. 13, 1908.) 

Mrs. Dingle's diary. (F 60278, Dec. 

9, 1907.) 

(F 60604, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

(F 60902, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

(F 61279, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

(F 61476, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

(F 61637, Jan. 13, 1908.) 

Old Opie Dildock's stories. (F 60276, 

Dec. 9, 1907.) 

(F 60603, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

(F 60901, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

(F 61278, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

(F 61475, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

(F 61636, Jan. 13, 1908.) 

Turner (Horace K.) com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. 
Sunset on the meadows. [2741-2742 
Taking a pilot. 

(H 104429, 104430, Dec. 27, 1907; 

2 c. of each Dec. 30, 1907.) 



Tutty (Charles D.), Mel- 
rose, Mass. 
Boxford, Mass. [2743, 2744 

Boxford, Mass., second corps cadet 
camp. 

(H 103944, 103943, Dec. 21, 1907.) 

Ullman manufacturing 

company, Now York, 

N. Y. 

At the forge. (F 61499, Jan. 7, 1908.) 

[2745-2750 
Knight of labor. (F 61502, Jan. 7, 

1908.) 
Lesson in cooking. (F 61501, Jan. 7, 

190S.) 
Pipe of peace. (F 61500, Jan. 7, 1908.) 
! Rustic simplicity. (F 61498, Jan. 7, 
1908.) 
Solo (A). (F 61497, Jan. 7, 1908.) 

Ulmann (Bernhard) & 
CO.. New York. N. Y. 
Cordelia. (G 1759S, Dec. 3, 1907.) 

[2751-2756 
Merry widow. (G 17595. Dec. 3, 

1907. ) 
Red, white & blue. (G 17506, Dec. 3, 

1907. ) 
Society circus. (G 17599, Dec. 3, 

11)07.) 
Smoker. (G 17597. Dec. 3, 1907.) 
Whip (The). (G 17594. Dec. 3. 1907; 
2 c. of each Jan. 4, 1908.) 

Underhill (Irving), Jer- 
sey City. N. J. 
Brooklyn bridge and New York from 

Brooklyn. C 6283. (H 103007, Nov. 

26, 1907.) [2757-2763 

Franz Siegel monument. C 6300, C 

6301. (H 103004, 103005, Nov. 26, 

1907 ; 2 c. of each Dec. 9, 1907. ) 
Macy's building and Herald square. 

C 6238. (H 101849, Oct. 31, 1907.) 

I New York, college of City of. D. 389. 
(H 101850, Oct. 31, 1907.) 

Trinity church and U. S. express build- 
ing. E. 349. (H 101852. Oct. 31, 
1907.) 

Trinity, U. S. Realty buildings. E. 348. 
(PI 101851, Oct. 31, 1907. 
2 c. of each Dec. 9, 1907. 

Underwood (Wm. Lyman), 

Belmont, Mass. 

Arctic three-toed woodpecker and 

nest. (H 103679, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

[2764-2777 
Chickadees and nest. (H 103584, Dec. 

13, 1907.) 
Downy woodpecker and nest. (H 
103593, Dec. 13, 1907.) 



40 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 4. Q. s., v. 3 



Underwood (Win. Lyman), 

Belmont, Mass. 

Garden toad. (H 103589, Dec. 13, 

11)07.) 
Golden winged woodpecker. (H 

103594, Dec. 13, 1907.) 
Hummingbird. (H 103585, Dec. 13, 
1907.) 

Loon. (H 103583, Dec. 13, 1907.) 
Moose feeding in water. (II 103590, 

Dec. 13, 1907.) 
Telican flying. (H 103586, Dec. 13, 

1907.) 
Tree swallow and nest. (II 1035SS, 

Dec. 13, 1907.) 
W. L. U. with his bear. (II 104627, 

Doc 30, L907.) 
Young great blue heron in water. (H 

103592, Dec. L3, 1907.) 
Young groat bine herons on tree. (H 

103591, Dec. 13, 1907.) 
Young screech owls. (II 103587, Dec. 

13, 1907.) 

Underwood & Underwood, 

New York. N. Y. 
I Stereoscopic photographs. 1 

U 45409 ; U 4882G : U 49087 : 1 1 68010-2 ; 
U 85180; U 85218; U 85256; U 85414; 
U 85415; u 85425; (' 85743; U 
85749; 85758 ; r 85759; D 85761 ; 
r 85763; D 85767; D 85768; D 
r80; u 85784 ; 85789; 85797; 
U 85800; 85807; 85817; 
85822; U 85827 : U 85831 : U 85834 : 
D 85960; U 85963; U 85964; U 85988. 
(II 103349-103381, Doc (l, 1907.) 

[2778 2914 

U 41178: U 48795: U 49042; 49338; 
U 85985; U 85956; U 98427; IT 
98698: U 98699; r 98939; 98971 : 
U 98972; U 98993; U 99043; U 
100169; U 100541; U 100697; U 
101361; U 101509; U 105266; U 
105830. (H 103460-1034S0, Dee. 9, 
1907.) 

V 87194: r 87219; U 87253; IT 87979; 
U 87979-2; U 87979-3; U 94915; 
U 96695; U 103985; U 104506; U 
106832: U 107012: U 107298; U 
109859. (H 103513-103526. Dec. 
10, 1907.) 

V 26024; U 57972; U 96624; U 99286; 
IT 103437: U 107068; I T 107507. (H 
103651-103657, Dec. 13, 1907.) 

IT 31S07: U 32244; U 79218. (H 
103800-103802, Dec. 17. 1007.) 

IT 112161; U 112162; U 112163; U 
112165; U 112166; U 112167; U 
112168; U 112169; U 112171; U 



112172 
1907.) 



(H 103885-103894, Dec. 19, 



Underwood k Underwood, 

New York, X. Y. 

U 2r^C: U 52359: U 83323; U 112175. 

(H 103922, 103924-103926, Dec. 20, 

1907.) 
U 92548; U 02577: U 92657; U 92830; 

U 92847; U 92894-2: U 92968; U 

93123-2: U 93597-3; U 112170. (H 

103961-103970, Dec. 21, 1907.) 
U 109970; U 100072: U 109974: U 

109976. (II 104228-104231, Dec. 24, 

1007.) 
I 97580; U 97701: u 109855; U 

109862. (H 104418-104421, Dec. 27, 

1907; 2 c. of each, Doc. 28, 1907.) 
U 108257 2; V 108257-3. (H 104659, 

104660, Dec. 31, 1907.) 
[I 81091 : D 89199. (II 104775, 104770, 

Jan. 2, 1' 
l 14846; U 76309; U 07244; U 112174. 

(II 104849-104852. Jan. 4, 1908; 2 c. 

of each Jan. 6, 1908.) 
V 27634 : U 27<;::r, : r 58254; > 

C 94069; I" 94327; D 94397; U 

112292 U 112303. (H 10 

in lost;. Jan. 8, 1908.) 

Union national hank, 
Scrantoa, I'a. 
Fruit of Industry. I F 61031, De 

1907. 

United States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, O. 
Dutch kids and cart. ( II 1" 

26, 10O7: 2 c. Dec. 16, 1907.) 

|20l»; 2963 
Secrel (A) (II L04434, 1907; 

2 c. Dec. 16, 1007.1 
[Posters] : 318, 10839, 10906, I 

11019. (G L7401 174(15. Not. 9, 

1007.) 
10824, 10825, 10943, 10988, 11080. 

(G 17-151 17455, Nov. is. 11 
340, 11057 11059, 11067, 11069, 

11072, 11078, 11081, 11083, L1085, 

11090, 11105 11107. (G 17650-17664, 

Doc !). 1907. 
11088, 11125-11127. (G 17760- 

17763, Doc. 16, 1907.) 
345, 11031, 11066, 11086, HOW, 

11096, 11116. 11129, 11137. (G 17802- 

17810, Dec 20, 1007.) 
11114, 11115, 11157. (G 17830- 

17832, Dec 26, 1907.) 
11087. 11122, 11134. 11152, 11153. 

(G 17862-17866, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

United States sample hook 

company, Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

Late 1907 designs. AC. (G 17900- 
17902. Jan. 4. 1908: 2 c. of each Dec. 
26, 1907.) 0-2966 



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41 



nos. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



University press, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 
King Henry IV. Part 1. Fred Roe. 
( F 60G19, Dec. 17, 1907.) [29G7-2972 
King Henry V. W. Hatcherell. (F 

60620, Dec. 17, 1907.) 

King John. W. H. Margetson. (F 
60622, Dec. 17, 1907.) 

King Richard II. Paul Woodroffe. (F 

60621, Dec. 17, 1907.) 

Romeo and Juliet. Frank Dicksee. (F 
60618, Dec. 17, 1907.) 

Titus Andronicus. Pan] Woodroffe. 
(F 60623, Dec. 17, 1907.) 

Van Riper firm, Newark, 

N. J. 

Illustration sheet. [2973, 2974 

White sale. 

(F 61493, 61494, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

Vitagraph company of 

America, New York, 

N. Y. 

Clown's love story. (H 103456, Dec. 
9, 1907.) [2975-2983 

Caught: a detective story. (H 104011, 
Dec. 23, 1907.) 

Deceiver (The). (II 104010, Dec. 23, 
1907.) 

Indian love story. (H 103671, Dec. 
14, 1907.) 

Intermittent alarm clock. (H 104009, 
Dec. 23, 3907.) 

Jealous wife. (H 103777, Dec. 17, 
1907.) 

Last cartridge. (H 103776, Dec. 17, 
1907.) 

Lost, strayed or stolen. (H 104012, 
Dec. 23, 1907.) 

Story of Treasure Island. (H 103670, 
Dec. 14, 1907.) 

Voodry (John A.), Boston, 
Mass. 
Life insurance protection letters. 1-4. 
(G 17635-17638, Dec. 4, 1907; 2 c. of 
each Nov. 23, 1907.) [29S4-2987 

Voss (A. G.), Chicago, 111. 
Autumn afternoon. (F 61256, Jan 2, 
1908.) [2988-3006 

Cha se ( The ) . ( F 61257, Jan. 2 1908. ) 
Confidences. (II 104710. Jan. 2, 
190S.) 

Coquette (A). (F 61255, Jan. 2, 

1908. ) 
Gloucester fisherman. (F 61266, Jan. 

2, 190S.) 



Voss (A. G.), Chicago, 111. 
Gray November. (F 61264, Jan. 2, 

1908.) 
Gretchen. (F 61261, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Happy days. (H 164712, Jan. 2, 

1908.) 
Home again. (F 61263, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
In the good old summer time. (H 

104706, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Is this your cat? (II 104711, Jan. 2, 

11)08. ) 
Lucille. (F 61265, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Merry widow. (F 61259, Jan. 2, 

1908.) 
Moonlight. (F 61258, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Paddling her own canoe. (II 104705, 

Jan. 2, 1908.) 
President's message. (F 61267, Jan. 

2, 190S.) 
Prid.' of the pasture. (F 61262, Jan. 

2, 1908.) 
Priscilla. (F 61249, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Sunday afternoon. (F 61260, Jan. 2, 

190S.) 

Wade (Mrs. E. V.), 
Chestnut Hill, Pa. 
, Emblematical border for Scripture 
texts. (F 60727, Nov. 16, 1907; 2 c. 
Doc 12, 1907.) [3007 

Walter (Ernst F.), 
Hoboken, X. J. 
Artists on a sketching tour. (H 
103243, Nov. 18, 1907.) [3008 

Waterman (C. E.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Battle ships of Atlantic fleet. 1907. 
T13 photographs]. H 103909-103921, 
Dec. 20, 1907.) [3009-3021 

Webster (George A.), 
Dover, N. H. 
Dover, N. II.. Franklin square. (H 
102606, Nov. 12, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 7, 
1907.) [3022 

Weil (Henry) & co„ New 
York, N. Y. 
Amsterdam family. (F 60639, Dec. 
17, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907.) 

[3023-3038 
Conference (The). F 60640, Dec. 17, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. IS, 1907.) 
Coquette (The). (F 60645, Dec. 17, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. IS, 1907.) 
Forget me not. (F 61270, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Friends. (F 61300, Dec. 27, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 28, 1907.) 
: Grandfather's pipe. (F 60361, Dec. 10, 
] 1907.) 



42 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 4, n. s., v. 3 



Weil (Henry) & co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Hearth (The). (F 60641, Dec. 17 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907.) 
Home sweet home. (F 61271, Jan. 2, 
190S.) 

Hunter (The). (F 6035S, Dec. 10, 

1907.) 
Indians and fire. (F 61299, Dec. 27, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 2S, 1907.) 
Lots of good fish in the sea. (F 60360, 

Dec. 10, 1C07.) 
Pals. (F 60642, Dec. 17, 1907: 2 c. 

Dec. 18, 1907.) 
Priscilla. (F 60359, Dec. 10, 1907.) 
Shady nook. ( F 60643, Dec. 17, 1907 : 

2 c. Dec. 18, 1907.) 
Total eclipse. (F 60357, Dec. 10 1907.) 
Under full sail. (F 80644, Dec. 17, 

1907; 2 c. Dec is, 1007.) 

Weller (T. A.), Birming- 
ham, Ala. 
Face to face with opportunity. (F 
60914, Dec. 23, 1907.) * [3039 

Welles (Frank J.), War- 
wick, X. Y. 
Long, long ago. (11 104687, Dec. 31, 
1907. ) [3040-3042 

Only waiting. (H 104686, Dec. 31, 

1907.) 
Unconscious model. (IT 10468S, Dec. 
31, 1907.) 

White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Yt. 
Boston, public library, superb stair- 
case. 12S13. (H 104S72, Jan. 6, 
190S.) [3043 

White (James R.), Kalis- 
pell, Mont. 
Crown of the continent. (H 103560, 
Dec. 11, 1907.) [3044-3046 

Montana, lower edge of Sperry glacier. 

(H 103558, Dec. 11, 1907.) 
Montana, on Sperry glacier. (II 
103559, Dec. 11, 1907.) 

White (Percy H.), Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
Betsy Williams cottage, Roger Wil- 
liams park. [3 photographs]. (H 
104724-104726, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. 
of each Dec. 9, 1907.) [3047-3049 

Whitehair (P. P.), assist- 
ant postmaster, Chap- 
man, Kans. 
Chapman, Kans., sunflower souvenir. 
1. (H 105021, Jan. 10, 1908; 1 c. 
Dec. 23, 1907; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1908.) 

[3050 I 



Whitehead & Hoag com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. 
Fish story. (F 58000, Sept. 3, 1907.) 

[3051-3052 
Solid comfort. (F 5S001, Sept. 3, 
1907. ) 

Whiting brothers, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 
Jamestown exposition, 1907. 700, 701. 
(H 99180, 99181, Sept. 7, 1907; 2 c. 
of each Jan. 2, 1908.) [3053, 3054 
Wilcox (H. A.), Clinton, 
Mass. 
Clinton, Mass.. VYachusett dam. 1, 2. 
(F 60626, 60627, Dec. 7, 1907.) 

[3055, 3056 

Williams (Chas.), New 

York, N. Y. 

Along the marshes. (F 60315, Dec. 9, 

1907.) [3057-3113 

As night approaches. (F 60323, Dec. 

9, 1907.) 
Autumn at the old mill. (F 6029S. 

Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Autumn feast. (F 60294, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
Beauty. (F 60314, Dec. 9. 1907.) 
Blooded stock. (F 00286, Dec. 9, 
1907.) 

Boys who have controlled their appe- 
tites. (F 60287, Dec. 9, 1907.) 

Buttercups and daisies. (F 60311, 
Dec. 9, 11)07.) 

Oampflre (The). (F 60292, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 

Clothes make the man. (F 60283, Dec. 

:». 1907.) 
Daddy's voice. ( F 60324, Dec. 9, 1907. ) 
Dead shot. (F 60327, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Does this mean me? (F 602S0, Dec. 

9, 1907.) 
Down the trail. (F 60312, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
Early start. (F 60301, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Every little helps. (F 60285, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
Farmer lassie. (F 60290, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Favorite spot. (F 60313, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
First over the bars. (F 60282, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
Pillowing the tracks. (F 60300, Dec. 

9, 1907.) 
From land and sea. (F 60295, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
Girl in field. (F 60329, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Girl with auburn hair. (F 60331, Dec. 

9, 1907.) 
Girl with horse. (F 60330, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 



ENGBAV^NOS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



43 



nos. 1^5, Jan., 1908 



Williams (Chas.), New 

York, N. Y. 

Girl with letter. (F 60328, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
Go slow. (F 60304, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Golf girl. (F G0284, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Here we are. (F 60334, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Home of the sea gull. (F 60303, Dec. 

9, 1907.) 
Home sweet home. (F 60306, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
How would vou like to be the coal 

man. (F 60333, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Imitation is sincerest flattery. (F 

60279, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
In the lead. (F 60326, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
It is no secret. (F 60332, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
Kitty's bath. F 60325, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Little red school house. (F 60308, 

Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Love's messenger. (F 60302, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
Making hay while the sun shines. (F 

60309, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Old oaken bucket. (F 60322, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
Old well. (F 60305, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
On the jump. (F 60316, Dec. 9, 1907.) 

One good turn deserves another. (F 

60281, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
One horse power is good enough. (F 

602S9, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Path to the spring. (F 60299, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
Prides of the farm. (F 60297, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
Quartering wind. (F 60293, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
Rainy day fund. (F 60320, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
Right-of-way. (F 60317, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
Rubber. (F 602SS, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Seem' is believin'. (F 60335, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
Setting Sun. (F 60291, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Spirit of the west. (F 60296, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
Strange visitor. (F 60307, Dec. 9, 

1907.) 
Stung. (F 60318, Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Their wedding journey. (F 60321, 

Dec. 9, 1907.) 
Toot! Toot! (F 60310, Dec. 9, 1907.) 

Where's that mouse? (F 60319, Dec. 
9, 1907.) 



Williams (Orrie D.), 
Boston, Mass. 
If you are in trouble. (F 60974, Dec. 
26, 1907.) [3114, 3115 

Isn't it hell to be poor? (F 60876, 
Dec. 21, 1907.) 

Wills (Bernard W.), 
Loretto, Pa. 
Gallitzen (Rev. Father Prince D. A.). 
(F 60625, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
16, 1907.) [3116 

Wilms (L. W.), Chicago, 

111. 

Desolvo girl. (F 60511, Nov. 29, 1907.) 

[3117, 3118 
Miss Desolvo. (F 61521, Jan. 8. 
1908.) 

Winans (Harry J.), 
Springfield, Mass. 
Ode to a cigar. (F 60475, Dec. 12, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1907.) [3119 

Wintemute ( F. C. ) , 
Anaconda, Mont. 
Coyote at bay. (H 103678, Dec. 16, 
1907.) [3120 

Wischan (Adolph), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Pennsylvania athlete. [3121, 3122 

i Pennsylvania baseball player. 

(F 60507, 60508, Dec.' 14, 1907.) 

Wood (Otis F.). New 
Brighton. N. Y. 
Bub he's always to blame. (F 60523. 
Dec. 14, 1907. ) [3123-3157 

(F 60912, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

(F 61101, Dec. 28, 1907.) 

(F 61373. Jan. 4, 190S.) 

(F 61651, Jan. 13, 1908.) 

He couldn't fool Tige. (F 60913. Dec. 
23, 1907.) 

Judge simple recites. (F 60524, Dec. 
14, 1907.) 

Mary and her little lamb. (F 60519, 
Dec. 14, 1907.) 

(F 60909, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

(F 61097, Dec. 28, 1907. J 

(F 61371. Jan. 4, 190S.) 

(F 61649, Jan. 13, 190S.) 

Nicodemus Napoleon James Crow, 
Esq. (F 60522, Dec. 14, 1907.) 

(F 60911, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

(F 61099, Dec. 28, 1907.) 

(F 61372, Jan. 4, 190S.) 

(F 61652, Jan. 13, 1908.) 



44 



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pt. 4, 11. s., v. 3 



Wood (Otis F.) , New 
Brighton, N. Y. 
Sambo and his funnv noises. (F 
60518, Dec. 14, 1907.) * 

(F 60007, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

(F 61095, Dec. 28, 1907.) 

(F 61369, Jan. 4, 1908.) 

(F 61647, Jan. 13, 1908.) 

Simon Simple and Ben-Gal. (F 60910, 
Dec. 23, 1907.) 

(F 61098, Dec. 28, 1907.) 

(F 61650, Jan. 13, 190S.) 

Uncle George Washington Bings. (F 
60521, Dec. 14, 1907.) 

(F 61100, Dec. 28, 1907.) 

(F 61374, Jan. 4, 1908.) 

(F 61653, Jan. 13, 1908.) 

Wags, the dog that adopted a man. 
(F 60520, Dec. 14, 1907.) 

(F 60908, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

(F 61096, Dec. 28, 1907.) 

(F 61370, Jan. 4, 1908.) 

(F 61648, Jan. 13, 1908.) 

When M-g-e-r spells cat. (F 61375, 
•Ian. 4, 1908.) 

Woodward & Tiernan print- 
ing company, St. Louis, Mo. 
All hands -round. (F 00441, Dec. 12, 
1907.) [3158-3201 

Bernice. (F 60923, Dec. 24, 1907.) 
Bright eyes. (F 60430, Dec. 12, 1907.) 
Champion (A). (F G0930, Dec. 24, 
!!>07.) 

Chrysanthemums. (F 60921, Dec. 24, 

1907. ) 
Classy fellow. (F 00931, Dec. 24, 

1907.) 

Coming man. (F 60432, Dec. 12. 

1907.) 
Constance. (F 6043S, Dec. 12, 1907.) 
Contentment. (F 60137, Dec. 12, 

1907.) 

Dar he is honey. (F 60937, Dec. 24, 
1907.) 

Dearie. (F 60924, Dec. 24, 1907.) 

Debutante (The). (F 60439, Dec. 

12, 1907.) 
Defiance. (F 60927, Dec. 24, 1907.) 

Fairies and daisies. (F 60935, Dec. 
24, 1907.) 

Fine specimen. (F 60926, Dec. 24, 
1907.) 

Fruit and the blossoms. (F 60934, 
Dec. 24, 1907.) 



Woodward & Tiernan print- 
ing company, St. Louis, Mo. 
Glorious Betsy. (F 60449, Dec. 12, 
1907.) 

Going some. (F 60442, Dec. 12, 1907.) 
Good beginning. (F 60932, Dec. 24, 
1907.) 

Good morning. (F 60431, Dec. 12, 
1907.) 

Grand canon. (F 60450, Dec. 12, 
1907.) 

Great expectations. (F 60444, Dec. 
12, 1907.) 

Guilty or not guilty. (F 60451, Dec. 

12. 1907.) 

Hen party. (F 60443, Dec. 12, 1907.) 
Interesting item. (F 60936, De< 
1907.) 

Little sunbeam. (F 60429, Dec. 12, 
1907.) 

Marguerite. (F 60939, Dec. 24, 1907.) 
Mothers treasure. (F 60440, Dec. 12, 

P. H)7.) 

.My solitaire. (P 00922. Dec. 24, 1907.) 
New brother. (F 00928, Dec. 24, 

L907.) 
Night cap. (V 80925, Dec. 24, 1907.) 
old memories. (F »;.inv. p^e. i* 

P. KIT.) 

Pel fecting the title. (F 60-152, Dec. 12, 
1907.) 

Piping breeze. (F 60447, Dec. 12, 

"7.) 

Protection, (F 60433, Dec. 12, 1907.) 
Purity. (V 80436, Dec-. 12, li 
Saving the pennies. (F 60434, Dec. 12, 
1907.) 

pups, i F t 10929, Dec. 24, 1907.) 
Soldiers of fortune. (F 60446, Dec 

1907.) 

Stampede (The). (F 6093S, Dec. 24, 
1907. ) 

Trespasser (The). (F 60933, Dec. 24, 

P. 07.) 
Unexpected visitor. (F 60940, Dec. 24, 
1907.) 

Very best. (F 60435. Dec. 12, 1907.) 
Winter sports. (F 60445, Dec. 12, 
1907.) 

Worden brothers monu- 
ment manufacturing 
company, Rata- 
via. N. Y. 
Worden soldiers' monument. (H 
104436. Dec. 26. 1907: 2 c. Dec. Hi, 
1907.) [32 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



45 



:ios. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



Wurts brothers, New 
York, N. Y. 
Stamford Conn. [4 photographs] (IT 
103769-103772, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

[3203-3206 

Wyllie (Henry Shaw), 
Kearney, N. J. 
Harrison & East Newark, Kearney 
& Arlington, N. J., bird's-eye view. 
The Kearney Record. (F 60194 
Dec. 4, 1907 ; 1 c. Nov. 23, 1907 ; 1 c. 
Dec. 16, 1907.) [3207 



Youngs (H.), Morenci, 
Mich. 
Morenci [Mich.] Stair auditorium. 
(H 104437, Nov. 22, 1907.) [3208 



SUMMARY STATEMENT OF DEPOSITS, RECEIVED AND CREDITED, INCLUDED 
IN THE CATALOGUE SINCE JANUARY 1, 1908. 



Number of entries of Engravings, Cuts and Prints, completed by deposit.. 1, 270 

Number of entries of Chromos and Lithographs, completed by deposit 340 

Number of entries of Photographs completed by deposit 1, 598 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 

Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law witn 
applications for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs 
intended to be perfected as works of the fine arts. Arranged in monthly alphabets by 
proprietors with subalphabets of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
the receipt of one copy is always omitted when the one copy has been received on the 
day of entry. The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read : Copy- 
right by American lithographic company, New York, N. Y. Class I, XXc, no. 24187, 
December 31, 1907 ; 1 photograph received December 31, 1907. 



American lithographic 

company, New York, 

N. Y. 

Two beauties. Two roses on wooden 
fence. (I 24187, Dec. 31, 1907.) 

[3209 

American manufactures' 
company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Rase ball catcher. Full length model 
in professional garb. (I 24098, Dec. 
26, 1907.) [3210, 3211 

Baseball pitcher. Full length model, 
in professional garb. (I 24097, 
24098, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

American show print com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Cat and the fiddle. Imps play while 
Happy dreams. Poster drawing. (I 

24038, Dec. 13, 1907.) [3212-3214 

In the forest of demons. Poster 

drawing. (I 24037, Dec. 13, 1907.) 

Prince of Sweden. Poster drawing. ( I 

24039, Dec. 13, 1907.) 

Arthur (James), Detroit, 
Mich. 

Fishing girl. Three-quarter figure of 
a woman, fishing rod over shoulder. 
(I 24275, Jan. 13, 1908; 1 photo Jan. 
15, 1908.) [3215-3227 

Girl at piano. Young woman in lace 
gown seated at piano. (I 24216, Jan. 
2, 1908.) 

Golden rod. Girl in soft drapery, 
sprays of golden rod around head. 
(I 24219, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
— Three-quarter figure of young 
woman holding sprays of golden rod! 
(I 24224, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

Hawthorne. Half figure of young 
woman in soft drapery, holding down 
sprays of hawthorne blossoms from 
a tree. (I 24222, Jan. 2, 1908.) 



Arthur (James), Detroit, 
Midi. 

Peonies. Three-quarter figure of a 
woman in soft drapery, holding one 
large peonie. (I 24270, Jan. 13, 
1908; 1 photo Jan. 15, 1908.) 

Poinsetta. Half figure of young 
woman in soft drapery, holding 
poinsetta blossoms. (I 24221, Jan. 
2, 1908.) 

Roses. Bust of young lady in low 
neck, two large roses against face. 
(I 24220, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

Sea shore girl. Young girl in white 
duck suit, sea in background. (I 
24217, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

Tiger lillies. Young lady holding bunch 
of tiger lillies in arm. (I 24223, 
Jan. 2, 190S.) 

Water lillies. Three-quarter figure of 
a woman, holding four water lillies 
in right hand. (I 24277. Jan. 13, 
190S; 1 photo. Jan. 15, 1908.) 

Winter. Three-quarter figure of a 
woman standing before large en- 
trance gates. (I 24274, Jan. 13, 
1908; 1 photo. Jan. 15, 1908.) 

Winter girl. Girl wearing white furs 
walking near a fence. (I 24218, Jan. 
2, 1908.) . 

Automobile club of Amer- 
ica, New York, N. Y. 

Automobile club. Flag, the centre of 
which is a wheel. (I 24173, Dec. 
31, 1907.) [3228 

Barnes-Crosby company, 
Chicago, 111. 

[Pen drawings] L 2386, L 2390, L 
2391, L 2397, L 2398, L 2401-L 2405. 
L 2424, L 2429. (I 23965-23976, Dec. 
9, 1907.) [3229-3291 

L 2354, L 2431-L 2433, L 2436-L 

24a9, L 2441-L 2443, L 2448, L 2451- 
L 2453, L 2455, L 2457, L 2460-L 
2462, L 2468-L 2470, L 2475. (I 
24117-24140, Dec. 27, 1907.) 

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48 



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pt. 4, n. EL, v. 3 



Barnes-Crosby company, 
Chicago, 111. 
L 2479, L 2482-L 2488, L 2491, L 2493, 
L 2495-L 2499, L 2501, L 2503, L 
2504, L 2506, L 2507, L 2511-L 2514, 
L 2518, L 2519, L 2528. (I 24235- 
24261, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Baumann (Gustav TV\), 
Chicago, 111. 
Munich residence. House surrounded 
by trees, ornamental fence. (I 
24020, Dec. 12, 1907. [3292 

Bengougfa (Wm.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Twentieth century hold up. Automo- 
bile containing four persons;, two 
mounted policemen ou either side of 
it. (I 24215, Jan. 2, 1908.) [329:; 

Bischoff & Hofle, Miin- 
chen, Germany. 
Markt in Monnikendam; by Herman 
Bitter of streel scone in a Dutcb vil- 
lage, showing a canal. (I 24185, 
Dec. 31, 1907.) [3294-3299 

Parisienne models. 1 5. (1 24180- 
24184, Dec. 31, 1907.) 

Boileau ( Philip >. New 
York, N. V. 

Hester. Woman son tod, hair tied low- 
on nock with Mack ribbon. (I 
241S9, Dec. 31, 1907.) [3300 3802 

Julia. Woman seated in large chair 
wears pink evening dress, i I 24188, 
Dec. 31, 1907.) 

Virginia. Woman wearing hat tied on 
With voil. hair parted in the middle. 
(I 24190, Dec. 31, 1907.) 

Boot (Jesse), Notting- 
ham, England. 
Burns' grace; by Henry John Dobson 
of an old Scotch interior, old man 
and woman seated at t:iblo in act of 
saying grace. (I 24040, Dec. it;. 
1907.) [8303 

Boylos (Zelma), New 
York, N. Y. 
Mia Sorella. Three-quarter figure of 
woman, shawl falling from her 
shoulders. (I 24070, Dec. 20, 1907.) 

[330-1 

Brownscombe ( Jennie ) , 
New York, N. Y. 

Carmela ; by Jennie Brownscombe, 
head and shoulders of young girl 
holding red roses near her face. (I 
24157, Dec. 30, 1907.) [3305, 3306 

To the manner born; by Jennie 
Brownscombe, woman in colonial 
costume just emerging from a door- 
way. (I 24156, Dec. 30, 1907.) 



Burglum (Gutzon), New 
York, N. Y. 
Lincoln. Head of Lincoln cut in Greek 
marble. (I 24052, Dec. 19, 1907.) 

[3307 

Burr publishing company, 

New York, N. Y. 

Springtime. Head and bust of young 

woman, head profile, bust draped 

low, black ribbon and roses In hair. 

(I 24202, Jan. 7, 3908.) [3308 

Burroughs (Edith Wood- 
man ). Flushing, L. I. 
Rage. st;it no of an infant lying on a 
pillow, crying. (I 24079, Dec. 17. 
1907.) [3309 

raider (Alex. Stirling) 

Pasadena. Oal. 

Dancing Sioux Indian. Statue of nude 

male Indian, figure bent forward 

from hips. U 24193, Dec. 31, 1907.) 

[3314 

Capronl (P. P.) & bros., 

inc., Boston, Mae 

Songs Of victory. Plaster cast in high 

relief showing eleven children. (I 

24078, Nov. 22, 1907.) [38l| 

Carlyle i Florence I, Wood- 
Btock, Ontario, Canada. 
Ave Maria. Figure with bowed 
standing at open window. (] 24063, 
Dec 20, 1907.) [381fl 

Carter's ink company, 

Boston, Mass. 
Little huntress. Little girl in sailor 

suit with toy gun over one shoulder 
and Ted<l\ hear. I I 24008, Dec 12, 
1907.) [3313 

Cheney i Mary L.), New 
York. X. Y. 
Black scarf. Profile portrait of lady 
wearing black dress and scarf. ■ I 
24149, Dec 30, l: [3314 

Cheney brothers, New 

York, X. Y. 
Florentines. Scene probably in Italy. 
Young man and woman in odd cos- 
tumes standing in foreground. (I 
24069, Dec. 20, 1907.) [3315 

Church & Dwight com- 
pany, New York, X. Y. 
Wild turkeys. Wild turkeys in deep 
grass, man trying to steal a shot at 
them. (I 24148, Dec. 20, 1907.) 

[3311 

Clark, (Clarence J.), Los 

Angeles, Cal. 

Christian science is demonstrable 

truth. On the arch is engraved 

Feed my sheep. (I 24003, Nov. 22. 

1907.) [3317 



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49 



nos. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



Collier (P. F.), & son 
New York, N. Y. 
Exceeding the speed limit; by Ed- 
ward Penfield, showing a children's 
nursery. (I 24019, Dec. 12, 1907.) 
[3318-3320 
Girl's head; by Elwyn Chambers, of 
a girl's head with a profusion of 
reddish brown hair. (1 24280, Jan. 
13, 190S.) 
'Twas the night before Christmas: by 
Jessie Willcox Smith of a little boy, 
head resting on a well spread table, 
asleep. (I 24049, Dec. 17, 1907.) 

Coon (John) jr., East 
Cleveland, Ohio. 



[3321-3329 

23977-23985, 



New 



Coon's Muts. 
Mut series. 1-8. (I 
Dec. 9, 1907.) 

Corwin (C. A.) 
York. N. Y. 
Wild West. Western plates showing 
two cow boys and two Indians. (I I 
24194, Dec. 31, 1907.) [3330 

Crane (J. W.), New 
York, N. Y. 

Bit of Holland. Evening scene near 
Katwvck, showing windmill. (I I 
24144, Dec. 28, 1907.) [3331-3335 

In the harbor, Venice. Two large 
sailing vessels in center foreground. 
(I 24179, Dec. 31, 1907.) 

In the Highlands. Six sheep in 
pasture of the Scottish Highlands. 
(I 24208, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

Old faith. Interior scene, showing 
family at prayer. (I 24213, Jan. 2, 
190S.) 

Thoroughbreds. Three horses in a 
field. (I 24145, Dec. 28, 1907.) 
Crowell publishing com- 
pany, Springfield, Ohio. 

Feeding the doves. Child seated hold- 
ing a dove which she is feeding. (I 
24195, Jan. 2, 1908,) [3336 

Daprato statuary com- 
f pany, Chicago, 111. 
I Altar used in Roman Catholic 
churches. Roman style, supported 
on either side by a pillar. (I 
24042, Dec. 16, 1907.) [3337-3341 
Easter candle stick. Gothic style, 
having ornamental design work and 
claw feet. (I 24102, Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Gothic style, upper section show- 
ing three angels. (I 24099, Dec. 26, 
1907.) 

Roman style, supported by one 

angel. (I 24101, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

Roman style, supported by two 

angels. (I 24100, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

25371—08 1 



Davis (Warren B.), New 

York, X. Y. 

My little chauffeur. Young woman in 

automobile costume seated in an 

automobile. (I 24153, Dec. 30, 

1907.) [3342 

Davis (Williain Steeple), 
Orient, X. Y. 
Beauty and the beast. Sleeping cat 
and Teddy bear on sofa. (I 24165, 
Dec. 30, 1907.) [3343 

Dejonge (L.) & co., Xew 
York, X. Y. 

Bunches of chrysanthemums; arranged 
in irregular groups. (I 23174, Dec. 
31, 1907.) [3344-3347 

Bunches of forget-me-nots; arranged 
irregularly. (I "24177, Dec. 31, 
1907. ) 

Bunches of poppies: arranged irregu- 
larly. (I 24170, Dec. 31, 1907.) 

Bunches of roses; arranged irregu- 
larly. (I 24175, Dec. 31, 1907.) 

De Luce (Percival), Xew 
York. X. Y. 

Day dreams ; by Percival De Luce, 

young girl in quaint costume seated 

in an apple tree. (I 24161, Dec. 30, 

1907.) [3348 

Demiug (Edwin ^Yillard), 

Xew York, X. Y. 

Bear playing with frog. Statuary. 

Bear cub mouth open as if growling 

at a frog. (I 23999, Dec. 11, 1907.) 

[3349-3353 

Indian Orpheus: or, Young Hiawatha, 
A group. Indiau and four bears. 
(I 24002, Dec. 11, 1907.) 

Young Indian, nude, leaning 

against a tree playing his magic 
flute. (I 23998, Dec. 11, 1907.) 

King of the plains. Statuary. Buf- 
falo bull (bison) bellowing. Head 
turned to the left. (I 24000, Dec. 
11, 1907.) 

The surprised bear. Statuary. A 
bear standing on his hind legs sur- 
prised by snapping turtle. (I 24001, 
Dec. 11, 1907.) 

Diranian (Sarkis), New 
York, X. Y. 
Femme an , chapeau. Girl wearing 
large black hat, hair falling over 
shoulders. (I 24232, Dec. 11, 1907.) 
[3354-3359 
Five o'clock tea. Interior, showing 
three women, one seated, pouring 
tea. (I 24227, Dec. 11, 1907.) 
Lilac girl. Young girl, decollete, with 
arms full of flnwrs. (I 24230, Dec. 
11, 1907.) 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 4, n. s. 



Diranian (Sarins), New 
York, N. Y. 
Marchands of antiquity. Bazaar show- 
ing merchants three of which are 
standing talking. (I 24228, Dec. 11, 
1907.) 
Turkish dancing girl. Young girl 
holding a tambourine on his shoul- 
der. (I 24229, Dec. 11, 1907.) 
Turkish woman. Head and bust of 
young woman, face partly covered 
with veil. (I 242^1, Dec. 11, 1907.) 
1 photo, of each Nov. 22, 1907. 

Drake (William Henry), 
New York. N. V. 
Royal family. Group of wild animals. 
(I 2424.'], Dee. 26, 1907 ; 1 photo, l HX. 
19, 1907.) ' [3360 

Dunsmore ( John Wa rd ) , 
New York, N. Y. 
Lee (Gen. Robert F. ) Mounted on a 
horse. 361, 3362 

Lincoln (Abraham). Standing by a 
table, holds paper in left hand. 
(I 24192, 24191, Dec. 31, 1907.) 
Ferris (Jean Leon (Jer- 
ome), Philadelphia, Pa. 
Departure of the Mayflower. Two 
Puritan figures on beach at moon- 
rise. Old man seated and young 
girl standing. (I 24266, Dee. 28, 
1907.) [3303,3364 

John Alden and Priscilla. Two Puri- 
tan figures male and female walking 
in the woods, dog to right. (I 24205, 
Dec. 28, 1907.) 

Filleau (Emery Alonzo), 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Don't be a dead one, eternity is long. 
Grinning skull with smoking cigar, 
resting on a book. (I 24225, Jan. 3, 
190S.) [3365 

Forbes lithograph manu- 
facturing company, 
Boston, Mass. 
Ada. Head and bust of woman, show- 
ing left profile of head. (I 24057, 
Dec. 20, 1907.) [3366-3368 

Gleaners (The) Woman and child 
with arms around each other, child 
has a bunch of wheat. (I 24060, 
Dec. 20, 1907.) 
Milkmaid. Girl in farm dress carrying 
two milk pails. (I 24058, Dec. 20, 
1907.) 

Fraser (Malcolm), Brook- 
haven, Long Island. 
Adam and Eve cast out of the Garden. 
Nearly nude figure of a man kneel- 
ing, standing behind him is a partly 
nude woman. (I 24290, Jan. 14, 
1908.) [3369-3380 



Fraser (Malcolm). Brook- 
haven, Long Island. 

Birth of the rainbow. Two winged 
figures, male and female. Below the 
waist they turn to a rainbow. (I 
24296, Jan. 14, 1908.) 

Eve, after the fall. Nude female sit- 
ting at foot of a tree and bound to 
the tree by a serpent. ( I 24289, Jan. 
14. 1908.) 

For God so saved the world. Aged 
male figure in white, behind him are 
mass Ml angels. (I 24292, Jan. 14, 
1908. ) 

It is well with the world. Two seated 
male figures supporting a globe. (I 
24293, Jan. 14, 190S.) 

Mary in Egypt. Figure of a woman 
surrounded by sheep, holding in her 
arm a babe. (I 24291, Jan. 14, 1908.) 

of BUCh is the kingdom of heaven. A 
mother seated on the floor and sur- 
rounded by toys, beside her stands 
Christ holding a baby. (I 24294, 
Jan. 14, 1908.) 

Shore of the narrow sea. Old man and 
woman standing against mass of 
n-ek. The woman is holding out her 
hands to a child led by Christ. (I 
24295, Jan. 14, 1908.) 

Soul and Its lover. Two figures, one 
representing Christ, the other a fe- 
male representing a soul. (I 242S7, 
Jan. 14. 1908.) 

Spirit and the flesh. Nude female rep- 
resenting Spirit, below her, wading 
in water is a being representing 
Flesh. (I 24285, Jan. 14, 190S.) 

Way of the dead. Female figure with 
bowed head carrying an urn in her 
arms. She wears a black Greek 
dress of mourning. {I 24286, Jan. 
14, 1908.) 

What hast thou done for Me. Head of 
Christ crowned with thorns. (I 
24288, Jan. 14, 190S.) 

Friend brothers clothing 

company, Milwaukee, 

Wis. 

Portraits 1-12. I Illustrating men's 

clothing.] (I 24190-24207. Jan. 2, 

190S) 1-3392 

Gilbert (C. Allen). New 
York. N. Y. 
American beauties: by C. Allen Gil- 
bert, of four girls' heads, one over 
the other. [3393, 3394 

Madame Butterfly :" by C. Allen Gil- 
bert, of Japanese girl in flowing gar- 
ments, with hand on top of her head. 
(I 24154, 24155, Dec. 30, 1907.) 



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51 



ios. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



Glidden varnish company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Festern girls. Two young women en- 
gaged in painting furniture. (I 
24268, Jan. 10, 1908.) [3395 

Gorodess (Michael), New 
York, N. Y. 
)\w brave firemen. Sixteen scenes, 
duties of firemen from the time 
alarm is rung until it's over. (I 
23997, Dec. 11, 1907.) [3396 

Greyer (Bertha A.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Ousting the enemy. A pussy-cat try- 
ing to eject a Teddy bear. (I 24034, 
Dec. 14, 1907.) [3397 

Haggin (Ben-Ali), New 
York. N. Y. 
anako (Madame). Full length, por- 
trait of Japanese actress. (I 23993, 
Dec. 10, 1907.) [3398 

Harper (Elizabeth), 
Augusta, Ga. 
Spanish bayonets. Plants; one tall 
plant in the back ground, a short 
plant in the foreground. (I 24028, 
Dec. 13, 1907.) [3399 

Hudson ( Gra ce ) , Ukiah, 
Cal.) 

Basket baby 322. Yokia Indian baby 
in a carrying basket. (I 24023, 
Dec. 12, 1907.) [3400-3404 

Cha-no tsi-tol (Talking leaves). Two 
Indian children listening to hear the 
leaves talk. (I 24024, Dec. 12, 1907.) 

Poma Indian child sitting in a field of 
pink flowers. (I 24026, Dec. 12, 
1907.) 

Yo-ya (South wind). Poma Indian 

child watching clouds. (I 24027, 

Dec. 12, 1907.) 
Yokia Indian child in red dress, sitting 

on ground eating peaches. (I 24025, 

Dec. 12, 1907.) 

Hunt (Woodbury E.) 
comuanv, Concord, 
N. H. 
Carlotta : by Opal White, of a young 
woman, auburn hair, low necked 
gown with poppies. (I 24152, Dec. 
30, 1907.) [3405-3414 

Expectancy; by Jessie Per Lee Bar- 
rick, of young lady in evening gown, 
seated. (I 24151, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Friday's child. Child in church pew 
holding hvmn book. (I 24170, Dec. 
30, 1907.) 

Monday's child. Child with rose held 
by both hands. (I 24166, Dec. 30, 
1907.) 



Hunt (Woodbury EL) 
company, Concord, 
X. H. 
Ready for the ball ; by Jessie Per Lee 
Barrick, of young lady 'standing in 
evening gown with opera cloak. (I 
24150, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Saturday's child. Child hanging 
clothes on clothes line. (I 24171, 
Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Sunday's child. Child seated, looking 
into a hand mirror. (I 24172, Dec. 
:;«>, 1907.) 

Thursday's child. Child in summer 

costume, holding doll by the foot. (I 

24 109, Dec. 30. 1907.) 
Tuesday's child. Child in daisy field 

with wreath of daisies on her head. 

(I 24167, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Wednesday's child. Child in winter 
costume with sprig of holly in her 
hand. (I 241GS, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Johnson (Charlotte Rose), 
Franklin, Ya. 
Little bear leaving White House. 
Weeping hear carrying a paper. (I 
24064, Dec. 20, 1907.) [3415 

Joyce (Maurice) engrav- 
ing company, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Greetings from foreign nations. Flags 
of seven different countri- 

[3416, 3417 

Merry Christinas. Sauta Claus bear- 
ing a load of green branches. (I 
24040. 24045, Dec. 16, 1907; 1 photo 
of each. Jan. 2, 190S.) 

Kendall (William Ser- 
jeant ) , Barry town, 
X. Y. 
Narcissa. Nude child standing before 
a mirror, il 2422G, Jan. 3, 190S.) 

[3418 

Ker tWin. Balfour). Rock- 
vilie Center, Long 
Island. X. Y. 
First spanking. Scene in bedroom, 
young man sitting in chair with child 
appealinsrly embracing him. (I 24050, 
Dec. IS. 1007.) [3419 

Ker (Mary Sigsbee), Paris, 

France. 

Hopeless. Boy sitting in front of four 

puppies. tl 24071, Dec. 20. 1907.) 

[3420, 3421 

Yellow peril. Little child in a white 
crib bed looking with astonishment 
at a large Japanese doll. (I 240S5, 
Dec. 23. 1907.) 



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Kitson (Henry H.), 
Quincy, Mass. 
Port Gibson. Statue representing a 
number of Union soldiers. (I 24056, 
Dec. 20, 1907.) [3422 

Kitson (Theo Alice Rug- 
gles), Quincy, Mass. 
Standard bearer. Statue of a soldier 
on the march, bearing a flag. (I 
24055, Dec. 20, 1907.) [3423 

Klepper (Max F.), New- 
York, X. Y. 
Great Sysonby. Plead of a horse. (I 
2414G, Dec. 28, 1907.) [3424 

Kursheedt manufacturing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Drawings nos. 139-147. Designs of 
fringe point lace. (I 24086-24004, 
Dec. 24, 1907.) L 3125-3433 

Lenz (Alfred), Chicago, 

111. 

Sentinel (The). Model of full length 

figure of Indian standing on ledge 

of rock. (I 24112, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

[3434 

Le Yassenr (A.) & CO., 

Paris, France. 

Rentree du vaingnenr; par J. Van 

Marcke of a winning horse on his 

return to the paddock. 1 1 24084, 

Dec. 23. 1907.) [3435 

Lewis (O. W.), Barre, Vt 

Monumental design. Base hammered, 

wash edge rounded, di<> front curved 

and polished. (I 21074, Dec. 21, 

1907.) [3436 

Life publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. 
In the adversity of our best friends we 
often find something which dees not 
displease us. Girl leaning on table, 
crying. (I 21096, Dec. 24, 1907.) 

[3137-3116 
In the lifetime of a California red- 
wood tree. A gigantic tree with a 
pictorial chronicle of events. (I 
21234, Jan. 6, 190$ ; 1 photo. Jan. 14, 
190S. ) 

Knowledge is power. Two little boys 
stealing jam; small girl stands 
watching them. (I 24095, Dec. 24, 
1907. ) 

Love that passeth all understanding. 
Young girl and old man seated at a 
dining table. (I 21044, Dec. 1Q 
1907.) 

Old brass knocker. Street scene show- 
ing a colonial house, two persons 
approaching surrounded by shadowy 
figures of the past, {I 21271. Jan. 
11, 190S.) 



Life publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. 

Our birthday. Cupid, representing] 
Life, standing on steps of his throne 
receiving his guests. (I 24162, Dec. 
30, 1907.) 

Safety in numbers. Yeranda on which 
stands a girl surrounded by men. (1 
24161, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

To those who have gone. Cupid stand- 
ing at a table holding a glass of 
wine. (I 21163, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

While impressing the Orient with our 
Pacific fleet, why don't we send along 
pictorial floats and show 'em how 
great we reallv are? A number of 
floats. (I 239S6, Dec. 9. 1907.) 

Working to beat hell. A minister in a 
pulpit making a strenuous appeal to 
his people. (I 2-1272, Jan. 11, 1908.) 

Lowney (Walter M.) com- 
pany. Boston, Mass. 
Girl with chrysanthemums. Head and 

shoulders of young girl: she wean 

two chrysanthemums, il 2!<>i7,Dec. 

::. 1907.) [3447-3453 

Girl with goldenrod. Head and shoul- 
ders of young girl, has bunch of 

goldenrod pinned on front of waist. 

i I 24018, I" T.i 

Girl with lilacs. Head and shoulders 

of young lady : wean bunch of lilacs. 

i [ 21'ip;. Dec. 3. 1907.) 
m of clubs. Head and shoulders 

of young girl in a club. < I 2 

Nor. 30, 1907.) 

- of diamonds. Head of 

girl in ace of diamonds. (I 21015, 

Nov. 30, i:><>7.) 
Queen of Leans. 1 load and shoulders 

of young girl in ace of hearts. (I 

24014, Nov. 30, 1907.) 

Queen of spades. Head and shoulders 
of a young girl in a spade. ( I 21013, 
Nov. 30, 1!«»7.) 

Mcintosh (William W.), 

Island Heights/lN. J. 

Harold. Great Dane's head modelled 

from life. (I 23989, Dee. 10, 1907.) 

[3454-3458 

Kai-Tai. A chow dog's head modelled 

from life. (I 23991, Dec. 10, 1907.) 

Kitten. Head of a cat modelled from 
life. (I 23990, Dec. 10, 1907.) 

Nerval. Scotch deer hound in sitting 
position, modelled from life. (I 
23988, Dee. 10. 1907.) 

Old Phil Croxter. Pointer dog mod- 
elled from life. (I 23992, Dec. 10, 

1907.) 



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53 



qos. 1-5, Jan., 1908 



McKnight-Smith (C), 
New York, N. Y. 
Delaware (U. S. S.) Fully equipped 
battle ship. (I 24048, Dec. 17, 1907.) 

[3459 
Mann (Saul), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Heroes. Water color poster painting. 
(I 23700, Nov. 14, 1907; 1 photo. 
Dec. 7, 1907.) [3460 

Mendoza (I. P.) (Limited), 
London, England. 
Jungle stories. Boy lying on tiger's 
skin reading. (I 24142, Dec. 28, 
1907.) [3461,3462 

Tristram and Isolde. Under the awn- 
ing of a boat Tristram is playing on 
a harp, Isolde is listening. (I 24141, 
Dec. 28, 1907. 

Moeller (Louis), New 
York, N. Y. 
Their first deposit. Interior of bank, 
showing elderly couple. (I 24214, 
Jan. 2, 1908.) [3463 

Moller (Ludwig), Liibeck, 
Germany. 
Joachim (Professor Joseph). Rust 
figure of eminent violinist playing 
violin. (I 24062, Dec. 20, 1907.) 

[3464 
Moore (Thomas J.). New 
I York, N. Y. 

Stern mausoleum. Monument in form 
of mausoleum, is of granite & ! 
bronze, reel angular in plan, having 
an entablature supported in front by 
four fluted Grecian Doric columns. 
(I 227SS, Aug. 27, 1907; 1 photo. 
Jan.. 11, 1908.) [3465 

Moran (E. Percv), New 
York, N. Y. 
Christening (The) ; by E. Percy Mo- 
ran, of a group of young people com- 
ing from a church. [3466, 3467 
Neighbors; by E. Percy Moran, of 
young man and woman, man smok- 
ing pipe, woman watering flowers. 
(I 24159, 24160, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Moran (Leon), Plainfield, 
N. J. 

Petty. Young woman seated with arm 
resting on back of chair. (I 24103, 
Dec. 26, 1907.) [3468-3474 

Comtess (La). Full-length figure of | 
woman in empire gown, wears black 
picture hat. (I 24i04, Dec. 26, 1907.) ! 

Duchess (La). Full-length figure of 
woman in empire sown, has curl over 
left shoulder. (I 24105, Dec. 26, 
1907.) 



Moran (Leon), Plainfield, 
N. J. 
Fluffy Ruffles in blue. Full-length fig- 
ure in blue tailor suit. (I 24109, 
Dec. 20, 1907.) 

Fluffy Ruffles in pink. Full-length fig- 
ure in pink tailor suit. (I 24110, 
Dec. 26, 1907.) 

Fluffy Ruffles in yellow. Full-length 
figure in yellow suit. (I 24108, Dec. 
26, 1907.) 

Marquise (La). Full-length figure in 
empire gown. (I 24106, Dec. 26, 
1907.) 

National art company, 
New YorK, N. Y. 
Springtime; by P. Lambert, of a forest 
scene with pool of water in fore- 
ground. (I 24029, Nov. 20, 1907.) 

[3475 

Newton (Francis), New 
York, N. Y. 
Rattle watch of New Amsterdam. Row 
of Dutch houses, eight large figures 
composing rattle watch or police 
force. (I 21273. Jan. 13, 1908.) 

[3476 

Northwest ern knitting 
company, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 
[5 drawings of figure of child illustrat- 
ing underwear. 1 (I 2401. Dec. 12, 
1907; I 24209-24212, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

[3477-34S1 

Ogden ( H. A. ) . New York, 
N. Y. 

Hessians on the road to Trenton. 
Scene before an old stone farm- 
house. Girl regarding a soldier. (I 
239S7, Dec. 10, 1907. [3482 

Parke, Davis & CO., De- 
troit, Mich. 
Domarie. Three-quarter panel picture 
of girl, fur hat and fur boa around 
shoulders. (I 24059, Dec. 20, 1907.) 

[3483 
Paulding (John), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Clemens (Samuel). Relief panel por- 
trait. [34S4. 34S5 

Irving (Sir Henry). Relief panel por- 
trait. (I 24075, 24076, Dec. 21, 1907.) 

Peruna drug manufactur- 
ing company, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 
Nurse girl. Half-length figure of girl 
in nurse's attire, holding a sponge 
and soap. (I 24270, Jan. 10, 1908.) 

[34S6 



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pt. 4, 11. s., y. 3 



Poor Richard company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Flower of fashion. Woman dressed in 
the Colonial period carrying flowers 
in her arms. ( I 24186, Dec. 31, 1907. ) 

[3487 
Pyznar (Francis), Balti- 
more, Md. 
Patria. Circular-shaped figure, in cen- 
ter of which is a spread eagle. (I 
24054, Dec. 20, 1907.) [348S 

Quirk (Nicholis J.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Scoutship at sea. Four-funnelled war- 
ship. New type of U. S. Scout 
cruiser. (I 23952, Dec. 9, 1907.) 

[34S9 
Remington (Frederic), 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 
Buffalo horse. Bronze group. Bull 
buffalo reared on hind lege with 
pony on shoulder. Indian rider be- 
ing tossed upward. (I 24011, Dec. 
12, 1907.) [3490 

Roseland (Nancy), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Going to cross water, honey. Old col- 
ored muse telling young girl's for- 
tune with cards, il 24115, Dec. 27, 
1907.) [:M!H -3494 

Old muse's prophesy. Old colored 
muse telling young girl's fortune 
- with cards. (I 24114, Dec. 27, 1907.) 

Prophesy of the tea leaves. Old col- 
ored mammy telling young girl what 
she sees in the tea cup. (I 24113, 
Dec. 27, 1907.) 

Turn of the cards. Old colored muse 
telling the fortune of two young 
girls with cards. (I 241 10, Dec. 27. 
1907.) 

Rungius (Carl), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Alert. Bull caribou looking silently 
ahead. (I 24082, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

[3495-3500 
Herd bull. Big bull elk walking 
broadside through high, dry grass. 
(I 24009, Dec. 12, 1907.) 

New-Brunswick. Bull moose up to his 
knees in underbrush on the shore of 
a pond. (I 24083, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

On Yukon waters. Bull moose stand- 
ing broadside on the bank of a river. 
(I240S0, Dec. 23, 1907.) 

Siesta. Shaded spot between two 
rocks, bull elk standing facing, one 
cow lying. (I 24010, Dec, 12, 1907.) 

Storm clouds. Three white mountain 
sheep on hill, heavy clouds gather- 
ing behind. (I 240S1, Dec. 23, 1907.) 



Saint-Gaudens (Augusta 
H.), exc, Windsor, Vt. 
Head of Christ. Statue by Augustus 
Saint-Gaudens, mounted on pedestal. 
Hair is parted and falls on either 
side of head, eyes are closed, and 
face shows a thin beard and mus- 
tache. (I 24263, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

[3501 

Satterlee (Walter), New 

York, N. Y. 

Leaving the old Southern home; by 

Walter Satterlee of group of people 

in door-way of colonial house, in 

foreground a bride bidding farewell 

to parents. (I 24158, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

[3502 

• Schwartz (C. W.), Ot- 

tumwa, Iowa. 

Baby found her mother on the golden 

six ire. Full figure of an angel in 

flight across a river bearing a child 

In her arms. (I 24053, Dec. 5, 1907.) 

[3503 

Scribner's (Charles) sons, 

New York, N. Y. 

Blow. Two small children, the larger 

one is holding a handkerchief to the 

nose of the smaller. (I 2427S, Jan. 

13,1908.) [3504,3505 

Rivals. Little girl seated on a chair 
holding a doll in one hand and a 
Teddy bear in the other. (I 24279, 
Jan. 13, 1908.) 

Singer (M. A.), New 
York, N. Y. 
s of booths. Booths having the 
fronts In a common plane and being 
of alternately less and greater 
depths. (I 24061, Dec. 20, 1907.) 

[3506, 3507 
Wall booths. Series of wall booths, 
having in front a continuous coun- 
ter. (I 24264, Jan. 8, 1908.) 

Sloan (J. V.) & co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Visiting. Two little girls, side view. 

dressed in white sunbonnets and 

white aprons. (I 24067, Dec. 20, 

1907.) [3508 

Smith (Mrs. Adele Louise), 

New York, N. Y. 

Washington's old home at Mt. Vernon. 

Summer landscape, showing colonial 

house surrounded bv trees. (I 

24051, Dec. 18, 1907.) [3509 

Southern manufacturing 
company, Richmond, Ya. 
Sunday morning. Rural scene, show- 
ing young man and woman attired 
in colonial stvle. .(I 24022, Dec. 12, 
1907.) [3510 



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55 



nos. 1-5, .Tail., 1908 



Southwick (A. Q.), New 
York, N. Y. 
April. Tulip with diamond as birth- 
stone. (I 23956, Nov. 20, 1907.) 

[3511-5522 
August. Wild roses with birthstone or 
moonstone. (I 239G0, Nov. 20, 1907.) 
December. Sprig of holly with a 
horseshoe, showing birthstone or 
turquoise. (I 23964, Nov. 20, 1907.) 
February. Primrose, showing ame- 
thyst as birthstone. (I 23951, Nov. 
20, 1907.) 

January. Snow flower, garnet birth- 
stone. (I 23953, Nov. 20, 1907.) 

July. Golden rod. Ruby as birth- 
stone. (I 23959, Nov. 20, 1907.) 

June. Rose with pearl showing as 
birthstone. (I 2395S, Nov. 20, 1907.) 

March. Lotus with blood stone as 
birthstone. (I 23955, Nov. 20, 1907.) 

May. Fleur de Lis with emerald as 
birthstone. (I 23957, Nov. 20, 1907.) 

November. Chrysanthemum with 
wish bone and topaz signifying 
birthstone. (I 239G3, Nov. 20, 1907.) 

October. Clover design with opal set 
in a ring. (I 23962, Nov. 20, 1907.) 

September. Morning glories. Stick 
pin showing sapphire. (I 23961, 
Nov. 20, 1907.) 

Sutherland (E. E.) medicine 
company, Paducah, Ky. 
Family (The). Group of two women 
and a child. (I 24068, Dec. 20, 
1907.) [3523 

Sweeney (Samuel), Alle- 
gheny, Pa. 
Daniel protected by an angel in the 
lion's den. Den showing heavy 
walls and stone floor. Standing is 
angels facing Daniel. [3524, 3525 

Highland Park, entrance showing part 
of reservoir. Landscape view on en- 
tering a beautiful park. 

I 23995, 23996, Dec. 11, 1907. 

Thomson (F. Louise), 
Washington, D. C. 
Kelvin (Lord). Seated, holding a book 
in left hand. (I 24077, Dec. 21, 
1907.) [3526 

Thorne (Win.), New York, 
N.Y. 

Constance. Figure of young girl in 
white seated on a wall, wears hat, 
streamers of which hang over left 
shoulder. (I 24111, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

[3527 



Tobin (George T.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Secrets. Child whispering in the ear 
of a white angora cat. (I 24233, 
Jan. 4. 1908.) [3528 

Tuck (Raphael) & sons, 

ltd., London, England. 

Gamey black bass. Bass caught on 

the hook. (I 24007, Dec. 12, 1907.) 

[3529-3532 

Shy English ring neck pheasant. Pair 

of pheasants in undergrowth. (I 

24004, Dec. 12, 1907.) 
Startled pair of green winged teal. 

Two green winged teal flying across 

a stretch of water. (I 24005, Dec. 

12, 1907.) 
Woodcock in the shady bog. Four 

woodcock amongst foliage. (I 24006, 

Dec. 12, 1907.) 

Van Nostrand (A. G.), 
Boston, Mass. 
Workers' series, no. 1. Man in pro- 
file standing on frame of an iron 
building. (I 24035, Dec. 14, 1907.) 

[3533 

Victor talking machine 

company, Camden, N. J. 

Noted artists. Dog listening to a 

phonograph, border consisting of 

heads of men and women. (I 24269, 

Jan. 10, 1908.) [3534 

Vose (R. C.) and Vose 
(N. M.), Boston, Mass. 

Annunciation (The) ; by Mary L. Ma- 
comber of Mary nnd the angel facing 
each other. (I 24031, Dec. 13, 1907.) 
[3535-3538 

Enchanted bracelet; by Mary L. Ma- 
comber of young girl fingeriug brace- 
let which is on her arm. (I 24032, 
Dec. 13, 1907.) 

Locket (The) ; by Mary L. Macomber 
of a young girl holding a locket. (I 
24030, Dec. 13, 1907.) 

Outcast (The) ; by Mary L. Macomber 
of young girl holding a child in her 
arms. (I 24033, Dec. 13, 1907.) 

Whitehead & Hoag co., 
Newark, N. J. 
Vow (The). Statue of semi-nude fig- 
ure of Indian, standing on ledge of 
temple, holding a lily in his left 
hand, and looking toward sky. (I 
24267, Jan. 9, 190S.) [3539 

Willett (Arthur), New 
York, N. Y. 
Fresh scent. Hunting scene showing 
huntsmen on horses, hounds run- 
ning in advance. (I 24107, Dec. 26, 
1907.) [3540 



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pt. 4, d. s., v. 3 



Wilson (Frederick), 
Briarcliff Manor, 
N. Y. 
Annunciation to Mary. Three panel 
picture showing the B. V. Marv 
kneeling. [3541, 3542 

Ascension (The). Three panel picture 
showing Christ full length in center 
panel. 

I 23949, 23948, Dec. 7, 1907. 

Winchester repeating arms 
company, New Haven. 
Conn. 
Return from the hunt. Man on horse- 
back, ground covered with snow. (I 
24147, Dec. 20, 1907.) [3543 

Witkowski (Karl), Vails- 
burg, N. J. 
Boy warming his hands. Boy kneel- 
ing near a fire in an empty lot. 

[3544, 3545 



Witkowski (Karl), Vails- 
burg, N. J. 
Day is over. Boy sitting near a fence, 
hand resting on newspapers. 
I 24065, 24066, Dec. 20, 1907. 

Woodbury granite com- 
pany, Pittsburg, Pa. 
, ^Monumental memorial font of Grecian 
architecture. Two bases, four Doric 
columns. (I 24043, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

[3546 
Zschaelitz (Richard), Jer- 
sey City, N. J. 
Look out. Two young ladies enjoying 
the beauty of a calm winter day. 
One of the girls is kneeling in the 
snow and making a snowball. (I 
23994, Dec. 11, 1907.) [3547 



Number of entries of Fine Arts completed by deposit of 1 photograph each 
and including in the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 190S 339 



o 



3548—5942 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 






OPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
AND OF JUNE 30, 1906 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 3 

Nos. 6-9 

FEBRUARY, 1908 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1908 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS: CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 



TWO ALPHABETS. 

I. Containing Class F, Engravings, Cuts and Prints ; Class G, Chromos and Litho- 
graphs ; Class H, Photographs. 

II. Containing Class I, Fine Arts (Paintings, Drawings, Statues, Statuary and Models 
or Designs intended to be perfected as works of the Fine Arts). 

The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week, but to avoid the inconvenience 
of a number of small alphabets of different subjects all the entries for Engravings, Cuts 
and Prints, Chromos and Lithographs, and Photographs, completed since the last issue, 
are arranged here in a single monthly alphabet. The entries for Fine Arts will be found 
In a separate alphabet following this. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
receipt of copies is always omitted when the copies are received on the day of entry. 
The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read : Copyright by Thos. Agnew 
& Sons, London, England. Class F, XXc, no. 60217, December 6, 1907 ; 2 copies received 
December 7, 1907. 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 



Agnew (Thos.) & sons, 
London, England. 
Phyllis. (F 60217, Dec. 6, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 7, 1907.) [3548 

Alexander (Lura Vine 
Smith), Chicago, 111. 
Answer (The) (F 61844, Jan. 17, 
1908; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1908.) 

[3549-3553 
Iris heads. (F 61639, Jan. 13, 1908.) 
Lillie heads. (F 61638, Jan. 13, 190S.) 
Sentiment. (F 61641, Jan. 13, 1908.) 
Special sail. (F 61640, Jan. 13, 1908.) 

Allen (Arthur Russell), 
Trinidad, Colo. 
Smile that won't come off. (H 105,- 
554, Jan. 25, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1908.) [3554 

Alman & co., New York, 
N. Y. 
Morton (Paul) A-D. (H 105579- 
105582, Jan. 27, 1908.) [3555-3558 

American-examiner, New 
York, N. Y. 
Bertha. (F 61898, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

[3559-3580 

Catville. (F 61899, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

(F 62251, Jan. 27, 1908.) 



Dottie Dimple. 
1908.) 



(F 61897, Jan. 20, 



American-examiner, New 
York, N. Y. 
Happy Hooligan. (F 61S94, Jan. 20, 
190S.) 

Jan. 27, 1908.) 
Feb. 3, 1908.) 
a very good boy. (F 
27, 190S.) 

Smith. (F 62250, Jan. 



(F 62252, 

(F 62452, 

He reallv is 
62253, Jan. 

His name is 
27. 1908.) 

(F 62454, Feb. 3, 190S.) 

Jimmy. (F 61900, Jan. 20, 1908.) 
(F 62249, Jan. 27, 1908.) 

(F 62453, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

Just busy little. (F 61901, Jan. 20, 
1908.) 

Katzenjammer kids. (F 6224S, Jan. 
27, 1908.) 

(F 62450, Feb. 3, 190S.) 

Katzies! And Sandy. (F 61893, Jan. 

20, 1908.) 
Mary- Jane, Tige and (F 62449, Feb. 

3, 1908). 
No wedding bells for Batch. (F 61895, 

Jan. 20, 1908.) 

(F 62451, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

Teddy-B and Teddy-G, &c. (F 61896, 

Jan. 20, 1908.) 

(F 62247, Jan. 27, 1908.) 

57 



58 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



American - journal - exam- 
iner, New York, N. Y. 
About face. (F 62569, Feb. 7, 1908.) 

[3581-3672 
Among those present. (F 62305, Jan. 

29, 1908.) 
Braggo the monk. (F 61689, Jan. 14, 
1908.) 

(F 62035, Jan. 22 1908.) 

(F 62244, Jan. 27, 1908.) 

(F 62592, Feb. 8, 190S.) 

Goat club. (F 62303, Jan. 29, 1908.) 
(F 62321, Jan. 30, 1908.) 

(F 62426, Feb. 1, 1908.) 

(F 62470, Feb. 4, 1908.) 

(F 62576, Feb. 7, 1908.) 



(F 61704, Jan. 15, 



Groucho the mouk. 
1908.) 

(F 6184], Jan. 17. 1908.) 

(F 61857, Jan. 18, 1908.) 

(F 62025, Jan. 21, 1908.) 

(F 62071, Jan. 23, 1908. 1 

(F 62154, Jan. 25, 1908.) 

(F 62310, Jan. 29, ]90S.) 

(F 62379, Jan. 31. 1908.) 

(F 62447, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

(F 62469, 

(F 62578, 

Hallroom boys. (F 61690, Jan. 14, 

190*.) 
(F 61705. Jan. 

(F 61839, Jan. 

(F 61904, Jan. 

(F 62< »:»»«». Jan. 

(F 62110, Jan. 

(F 02246, Jan. 

(F 62380, Jan. 

(F 62504, Feb. 

(F 62593, Feb. 

Heritage of kings. 

1908. ) 

I see by the papers. 
1908. ) 

(F 02377. Jan. 31, 1908.) 

(F 62446, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

(F 62502, Fob. 5. 1908.) 

(F 62590, Feb. S, 190S.) 

It comes in bunches. 
17, 1908. ) 

(F 61856, Jan. IS. 1908.) 

(F 62028, Jan. 21, 1908.) 

(F 62070, Jan. 23, 1908.) 

(F 62153, Jan. 25, 1908.) 

(F 6230S, Jan. 29, 190S.) 

Ii: happened in Birdland. (F 61840, 

Jan. 17. 190S.) 
King Kazooks. (F. 61706, Jan. 15, 

1908.) 

(F 61842, Jan. 17. 190S.) 

(F 62026. Jan. 21. 1908.) 

(F 62072. Jan. 23, 1908.) 



Feb. 4, 1908.) 
Feb. 7, 1908.) 
?. (F 61690, Jan. 



15, 190S.) 

17, lv 

20, 1908.) 
1908.) 
ions.) 
mos.) 
1908.) 
1908.) 
190S.) 

(F 02974, 



(F 62108, Jan. 24, 



(F 61837, Jan. 



American - journal - exam- 
iner, New York, N. Y. 
King Kazooks. (F 62531, Jan. 27, 
1908.) 

(F 62381, Jan. 31, 1908.) 

(F 62448, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

(F 62473, Feb. 4, 1908.) 

(F 62573, Feb. 7, 1908.) 

(F 62594, Feb. 8, 1908.) 

Laugh and the world laughs with you. 

(F 61703. Jau. 15, 1908.) 
Merry widow waltz-somr. (F 62571, 

Feb. 7, 1908.) 

Mrs. Trubbell. (F. 61688, Jan. 14, 
1908.) 

(F 61855, Jan. 18, 190S.) 

(F 62027. Jan. 21, 1908.) 

(F 62034. Jan. 22. 1908.) 

i F 62069, Jan. 23, 1908.) 

(F 62152, Jan. 25, 19 

(F 62243, Jan. 27. 1908.) 

(F 62302. Jan. 29. 1908.) 

(F 62307, Jan. 29. 19 

I F 62378, Jan. 31. 1908 

(F 62503, Fob. 5, 1908.) 

(F 62570, Feb. 7, 190S.) 

(F 62575, Feb. 7. 1908.) 

Monopoly police. (F 61691. Jan. 14, 

1908.) 
My dear boy, I'm busied. (F 62473, 

Feb. 4, 1908.) 

National obstacle race. F 62245, Jan. 
27. 1908.) 

Nerve of some people. (F 61S38, Jan. 
17. 1908.) 

(F 611103. Jan. 20, 1908.) 

Nother one. (F 62111, Jan. 24, 190S.) 
Presidential possibilities. (F 62309, 

Jan. 29, 1908.) 

Quite another tune. (F 62591, Feb. 8, 

1908.) 
Rhymo tbe monk. (F 62109, Jan. 24, 

1908.) 

Running males. (F 61836, Jan. 17, 

1908.) 
Speaking of real live issues. (F 

61902, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

What little Sammy knows. (F 62306, 
Jan. 20. 190S.) 

(F 62322, Jan. 30, 1908.) 

(F 62-127. Feb. 1. 1908.) 

(F 62505, Feb. 5, 1908.) 

Whole Pee wee fa mil v. (F 62304, Jan. 

29. 100S.) 

(F 62323. Jan. 30. 1908.) 

(F 62428, Feb. 1. 1908.) 

(F 62471, Feb. 4. 1908.) 

(F 62572. Feb. 7. 1908.) 

(F 62577, Feb. 7, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



59 



lios. 6-9, Feb., 190S 



American - journal - exam- 
iner, New York, N. Y. 
Wouldn't it make you mad. (F 62579, 
Feb. 7, 1908.) 

American lithograph com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Chrysanthemum girl. (G 17937, Jan. 
11, 1908.) [3673-3679 

Electric car girl. (G 17940, Jan. 11, 

1908.) 
Meditation. (G 17935, Jan. 11, 1908.) 
Nun praying. P. 57. 22324. (H 

105798, Feb. 3, 1908.) 
Eacing car girl. (G 17939, Jan. 11, 

1908.) 
Touring car girl. (G 17938, Jan. 11, 

1908.) 
Violet girl. (G 17936, Jan. 11, 1908.) 

American mutoscope and 

biograph company, 

New York, N. Y. 

Bobby's kodak. (H 105983, Feb. 7, 

1908.) [3680-3682 

Classmates. (H 105590, Jan. 27, 

1908.) 
Lonesome junction. (H 105288, Jan. 
20, 1908.) 

American photograph co., 

New York. N. Y. 

Mauretania. (F 622S9, Jan. 29. 1908.) 

[3683-3685 
Parker building. (F 62290. Jan. 29, 

1908.) 

Tetrazzini (Mine) Louisa). (F 61843, 
Jan. 17, 1908.) 

American poultry journal 

pub. co., Chicago, 111. 

Poultry, turkeys, ducks, and geese. 

Colored illustrations [1-8]. (F 

62477-62484. Jan. 2S, 1908: 2 c. of 

each Jan. 20, 190S.) [3686-3693 

Andrews ( George C. ) , 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Minneapolis makes good. 7-12. 14. 

(G. 1S03S-1S044, Jan. 23. 1908). 

[3694-3700 

Arab patrol, Kora temple, 
Lewiston. Me. 
Arab Patrol, Kora temple. [1, 2] (H 
105SS0, 105SS1, Feb. 6, 1908.) 

[3701, 3702 

Archibald (J. P.),Blairs- 
ville, Pa. 
Blairsville, Pa., view of. (H 104S41, 
Jan. 3, 190S : 1 c. Jan. 3, 1908 : 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 190S). [3703 

Armbruster ( Henrietta ) , 
Denver, Colo. 
Bank of flowers. (F 62517. Feb. 4. 
190S.) [3704-3700 



Armbruster ( Henrietta ) , 

Denver, Colo. 

Bank of roses. (F 62516, Feb. 4, 1908.) 

Bank of violets. (F 62518, Feb. 4, 

1908.) 

2 c. of each Jan. 24, 1908. 

Armstrong (B. L.), New 
London, Conn. 
Two blue ribbon Angora kittens. (G 
18019, Jan. 29, 1908; 1 c. Dec. 13. 
1907; 1 c. Dec. 31, 1907.) [3707 

Arnot (Robert), Paris, 
France. 
Dance at the Imperial court. (F 
56991, Aug. 13, 1907.) [3708-3711 
Gipsies. (F 61491, Jan. 7, 1908.) 

Montezouma receiving Ferdinand 

Cortez. (F 56763, Aug. 3, 1907.) 
Rex. (F 61490, Jan. 7, 190S.) 

Baker-Trisler co., Des 

Moines, Iowa. 

If a body kiss a body. (F 62459, Jan. 

27, 1908.) [3712-3713 

Isn't it so? (F 620S6, Jan. 24, 1908.) 

Bales (C. R.), and Patch- 
ett (W. H.), Bloom- 
ington, 111. 
Gems of sentiment and art. 1. (F 
62257, Jan. 22, 1908.) [3714 

Barker (B. Benton), Bur- 
lington, Vt. 
Essex, New York, Essex inn. (H 
1051S7, Jan. 17, 190S.) [3715, 3716 
Heartv Christmas greetings. (H 

10424S, Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Howard (General O.O.) (H 105186, 

Jan. 17, 190S.) 
Loving Christmas wishes. (H 104249, 
Dec. 26, 1907.) 
I Red head whistlers. (H 104250. Dec. 
26, 1907.) 
TVhv did he cross the road? (H 
104251, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

Bartou (J. B.) Seattle, 

Wash. 

Meadow brook. (H 105909, Feb. 5, 

190S.) [3717, 371S 

Snoqualmie river. (H 105910. Feb. 5, 

190S.) 

2 c. of each Dec. 31, 1907. 

Barton & Spooner, Corn- 

wall-on-the-Hudson, 

N. Y. 

Orange lake. 7105. (F 56756. Aug. 2. 

1907. 2 c. Aug. 17, 1907.) [3719 

Bates (Walter N.), Boston. 
Mass. 
Loving bear. (F 61614, Jan. 10, 190S.) 

[3720 



60 



CATALOGUE OF COPYBIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Bauer gas fixture works, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ecclesiastical. (F 62285, Jan. 21, 
1908.) [3721-3723 

Harmony. (F 62284, Jan. 21, 1908.) 

Individuality. (F 62283, Jan. 21, 
1908.) 
2 c. of each Feb. 5, 1908. 

Beck (Charles), Law- 
rence, Mass. 
Lawrence, Mass., Old toll bridge, 1860. 
(H. 92657, Mar. 11, 1907. 1 c. Mar. 
11, 1907; 1 c. Apr. 15, 1907.) [3724 

Behrens (Geo. A.), 
Chicago, 111. 
Cherry earring. (F 61848. Jan. IS, 
1908.) [3725-3728 

Old mill. (F 61S47, Jan. IS, 1908.) 
Pretty Polly. (F 61849, Jan. IS, 
190S.) 

Winter sports. (F 61S50, Jan. IS, 
1908.) 

2 c. of each Jan. 2!>, 1906. 
Benignus (Wilhelm), At- 
lantic City N. J. 
Am Hudson, an einem schonen Soin- 
mertasz. (F 01695, Jan. 15, 1908.) 

[3721 >-3735 

Beerenpfliicker im Camp init kochen 

beschiiftigt. (F 61700, Jan. 15, 

190S.) 

Deutsche Turner am Hudson. (F 

61699, Jan. 15, 190S.) 
Hopfenpfiiicker. an ihrem setting ar- 
beitend. (F 61701, Jan. 15, 190S.) 

Hopfenfliicker, fruhmorgens einen 
neuen Yard beginnend. (F 6169S, 
Jan. 15, 1908.) 
Meine Hutte Zedern- Villa. (F 61697, 

Jan. 15, 190S.) 
Unser Zelt im Wald auf der Jakobs- 
leiter. (F. 61696, Jan. 15, 190S.) 
Bergen (Guy F.) Pasa- 
dena, Cal. 
McLeod (Rev. Malcolm J.) (H 105376, 
Jan. 21, 190S.) [3736 

Berry (W. L.), Spring- 
field, Ohio. 
Official chart and certificate of mem- 
bership of the Munificent order of 
camels of the world. (F 62157, 
Jan. 27, 190S.) [3737 

Bien (Julius) & co., New 
York, X. Y. 
Hod case. [373S-3740 

I will be master in my own house. 
This is to remind you. 

(G 175S5-175S7, Aug. 29, 1907: 2 
c. of each Nov. 2, 1907.) 



Bixby (Lillian E.), Bur- 
lington, Yt. 
Howard (Gen. O. O.), 1, bust; 2, 
writing. (H 105911, 105912, Feb. 5, 
190S. 1 c. of each Jan. 13. 1903; 1 
c. of each Feb. 5, 1908.) [3741, 3742 

Blacet (Ernest D.), 
Painesville, Ohio. 
Good night. (H 105066, Jan. 13, 
1908.) [3743 

Black & white publishing 

company, London, 

England. 

Maid of the mist. (F 59371, Nov. 4, 

1907.) [3744 

Blasius (L. W.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Philadelphia after midnight. [1-6] 
(F 59001-59006, Oct. 18, 1907: 1 c. 
of each Oct. IS, 1907; 1 c. of each 
Dec. 16, 1907.) [3745-3750 

Blosser (J. A.) Snohomish, 

Wash. 

Oneonla gorge, Cascade mts. (H 

104028, Dec. 23, 1907.) [3751-3753 

Puget sound. Wash., Hole in the wall. 

(IT 104026, Dec. 23, 1907.) 
Siwasb Indian home. (H 104027, Dec. 
. 1907.) 

Book news monthly, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
After the cruclflctlon; Jan Styka. 

[3754-3756 
Loo XIIFa favorite spot; H. Corrodi. 
Tensive: Ponguereau. 

(F 61673-^1076, Jan. 14, 1908.) 

Boston postcard company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Maine. Pemaquid light. (F. 62188, 

Jan. 24. 190s.) [3757-3762 

Ocean Point. Maine. [1-5] (F 62113- 

62117, Jan. 24. 190S.) 

Bowles (J. H.), New 
York. N. Y. 
Automobile industry of Michigan, 1907. 
(F 60468, Dec. 2, 1907: 2 c. Dec. 
11, 1907.) [3763 

Bradley (A. F.), New 
York. X. Y. 
Yanderbilt (Miss Gladys) 1, Street 
dress: 2. Evening dress. (H 105S17, 
105S1S, Jan. 27. 190s.) [3764, 3765 
Branch (Claude M.), 
Lewistown, Mont. 
Lewistown. Mont. (H 10533S. Jan. 18, 
190S: 2 c. Dec. 27, 1907.) [3766 

Brock (Xace). Asheville, 
X. C. 
Mt. Meadows sheep. (H 105132, Jan. 
16. 190S.) [3767 



ENGKAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



61 



ios. 6-9, Feb., 1908 



Brown (Alice E.), Shel- 
burne Falls, Mass. 
S'ew Year's call. (F 55782, June 28, 
1907.) [3768-3770 

Slumber song. (F 56663, July 29, 
1907.) 

nder the mistletoe. (F 55793, June 
28, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Dec. 23, 1907. 

Brown (Mary Louise), 
Oriskany Falls, N. Y. 
Biblical tabernacle in detail. 

[3771, 3772 
King Solomon's temple in detail. (H 
105170, 105169, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

Brown (N. E.), Grand 
Haven, Mich, 
•and Haven, Mich., Brown's aerial 
views. 3, 4. (H 3.05618, 105619, 
Jan. 29, 1908.) [3773, 3774 

Brown & Bigelow, St. 
Paul, Minn. 
Against odds. 5 by 4, 9 by 7. (F 
62137, 62138, Jan. 25, 1908.) 

[3775-3805 
Bobby. 2 by 2f, 6 by 8, 11 by 14. (F 
62142-62144, Jan. 25, 1908.) 

Flora. 7i by 9$. (F 62128, Jan. 25, 
1908.) 

Fond memories. 4$ by 6, 8 by 10, 2 
by 2f. (F 62125-62127, Jan. 25, 
1908.) 

Gertrude. 11$ by 8h (F 62134, Jan. 

25, 1908.) 
Kathryn. 5£ by 3|, 3* by 2$, 11$ by 

lh (F 62129-62131, Jan. 25, 1908.) 
Mildred. 3 by If, 4f by 2|, 11 by 7. 

(F 62139-62141, Jan. 25, 1908.) 
New England homestead. 5£ by 2f, 

10 by 4. (F 62132, 62133, Jan. 25, 

1908.) 
Nibble (A). 6 by 8, 11 by 14. (F 

62123, 62124, Jan. 25, 1908.) 
Ocean's mirror. 11 by 5. (F 62135, 

Jan. 25, 1908.) 
Purity. 11 by 14. (F 62121, Jan. 25, 

1908.) 

Race for life. 14 by 10, 7 by 5. (F 
62145, 62146, Jan. 25, 1908.) 

Saturday. 2^ by 2f, 4$ by 6$, 10 by 
16. (F 62147-62149, Jan. 25, 1908.) 

Spring. 41 by 6, 11 by 14. (F 62119, 
62120, Jan. 25, 1908.) 

Trysting place. 8 by 10. (F 62122, 
Jan. 25, 1908.) 

Wounded lioness. 9 by 7. (F 62136, 
Jan. 25, 1908.) 



Buck (Geo. V., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Cortelyou (Hon. Geo. B.) and family. 

[3806, 3807 
Cortelyou (Mrs. Geo. B.) 1. 

(H 105370, 105369, Jan. 21, 1908.) 

Eurch (William), De- 
troit, Mich. 
Nevertheless we according to His 
promise look for new Heavens. (F 
62087, Dec. 16, 1907.) [3808 

Burkina (W. C), Balti- 
more, Md. 
Original B & O locomotive Atlantic. 
(F 61667, Dec. 9, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1908.) [3809 

Burns (James D.), Gar- 
den Grove, Iowa. 
Taft does things. (H 105592, Jan. 
27, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1908.) [3810 

Burr pub. co., New York, 

N. Y. 

Church was full of lilies. (F 62601, 

Feb. 8, 1908.) [3811-3813 

I love to run right down the hill. (F 

02603, Feb. 8, 1908.) 
Midst the rosy blossoms. (F 62602, 
Feb. 8, 1908.) 

Bushnell (David I.), St. 
Louis, Mo. 
Marquette (Pere). (H 105826, Jan. 
30,1908; 2 c. Jan. 20, 190S.) 

Byron (Joseph), New 
York, N. Y. 
Gould (Mrs. George). [1-31 (H 
105392-105394, Jan. 22, 1908.) 

[3815-3823 
Warfield (David) 1-6. (H 105971- 
105976, Feb. 6, 1908.) 

Campbell (Wm. J.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Penrose (Clement B.), president judge 
of Orphans' court of Philadelphia. 
(F 61211, Dec. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 9, 
1908.) [3824 

Campbell art co., Eliza- 
beth, N. J. 

Alabama (Battleship) 7198. (F 61873, 
Jan. 17, 1908.) [3825-3857 

Anxious moment, 7199. (F 61874, Jan. 
17, 1908.) 

Auto girl. 3 N. (F 61860, Jan. 17, 

1908.) 
Buds and blossoms. 5 N. (F 61862, 

Jan. 17, 1908.) 

7233. (F 61S89, Jan. 17, 1908.) 

Cowboys delight. 7225. (F 61883, 

Jan. 17, 1908.) 



62 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 5 



Campbell art. co., Eliza- 
beth, N. J. 
Daughter of Samuri. 7232. (F 61888, 

Jan. 17, 1908.) 
Daughter of the Orient. 7237. (F 

61890, Jan. 17, 1908.) 
Field friends. 7218. (F 61882, Jan. 

17, 1908.) 
Florence. 7231. (F 61887, Jan. 17, 

1908.) 
Gladys. 9 N. (F 61866, Jan. 17, 

1908.) 
Haidee. 7230. (F 61886, Jan. 17, 

1908.) 
Hoyden (The). 4 N. (F 61861, Jan. 

17, 1908.) 
I am sorry I did it. 7185. (F 61868, 

Jan. 17, 1908.) 
Jessie. 2 N. (F 61859, Jan. 17, 

1908.) 
Lumber raft. 7184. (F 61S67, Jan. 

17, 1908.) 
Mildred. S N. (F 61865, Jan. 17, 

1908.) 
Mirth. 7191. (F 61869, Jan. 17, 

1908.) 
Mischief. 7194. (F 61870, Jan. 17, 

1908.) 
Mt. Tacoma. 7206. (F 61879, Jan. 

17, 1908.) 
My sweetheart. 7212. (F 61881, Jan. 

17, 190S.) 
Northern beauty. 6 N. (F 61863, 

Jan. 17, 1908.) 
On guard. 7211. (F 61880, Jan. 17, ; 

1908.) 

Protection. 7203. (F 61S77, Jan. 17, j 
1908.) 

Red American. 7202. (F 61876, Jan. 
17, 1908.) 

Rhode Island (Battleship) 7197. (F 
61S72, Jan. 17, 190S.) 

Rural love. 7196. (F 61871, Jan. 17, 
1908.) 

School girl. 722S. (F 61SS5, Jan. 17, 
1908.) 

Set of pearls. 7201. (F 61875, Jan. 
17, 1908.) 

Sultan's favorite. 7 N. (F 61S64, 
Jan. 17, 190S.) 

Under the mistletoe. 7227. (F 
61884, Jan. 17, 1908.) 

What's that. 7204. (F 61878, Jan. 
17, 190S.) 

Who's afraid. 7238. (F 61891, Jan. 
17, 190S.) 



Carroll (J. B.), Oak Park, 

111. 

Alice. (F 61752, Jan. 15, 1908.) [3858 

Carter (Russell Kelso), 
Blue Ridge Summit, Pa. 
Horse Shoe Bend and Sabillasville. 

[3859, 3860 
Loop mount, W. M. R. R. 

(F 62150, 62151, Jan. 25, 1908; 
1 c. of each Jan. 14, 1908; 1 c. of 
each Jan. 25, 1908.) 

Cavally (F. L.), jr., Den- 
ver, Col. 

As I went to Bonner. (F 62095, Jan. 

20, 1908.) [3861-3876 

Cock crows in morn. (F 62091, Jan. 

20, 190S.) 
Dame Bear made a curtsey. (F 62092, 
Jan. 20, 1908.) 

Ding dong bell. (F 62100, Jan. 20, 
1908.) 

Little Ted Grundv. (F 62099, Jan. 
20, 190S.) 

Little Ted Horner. (F 62090, Jan. 20, 

190S.) 

Little Ted Snooks. (F 62090, Jan. 20. 
1908.) 

Multiplication is vexation. (F 62094, 
Jan. 20, 3 90S.) 

Nose, nose, jolly red nose. (F 62093, 
Jan. 20, 190S.) 

Rain, rain, go away. (F 62097, Jan. 
20, 190S.) 

See-saw Margery Daw. (F 62105, 
Jan. 20, 1908.) 

Teddv be nimble. (F 62104, Jan. 20, 
190S.) 

Tell tale tit. (F 62098, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

To make vour candles last for aye. (F 
62103, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

Wash me, and comb me. (F 62102, 
Jan. 20, 1908.) 

What are the little Ted boys made out 
of? (F 62101, Jan. 20, 1908.) 
2 c. of each Jan. 9, 1908. 

Chautauqua publishing 

co., Warren, Pa. 

First car over New Glade bridge, 

Warren, Penn. (F 61668, Dec. 26, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 13, 190S.) [3877 

Cherry & Osmer co., 

Owosso. Mich. 

At McCurdv park. (H 105645, Jan. 

30, 190S.) [387S-3883 

Shiawassee river. [1-5] (H 

105640-105644, Jan. 30, 190S.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



63 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 1908 



Christian church, May- 
field, Ky. 
Christian church. (H 105164, Jan. 17, 
1908; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1908.) [3884 

Clark (Frank Scott), 
Detroit, Mich. 
Hopper (Edna Wallace) [1-3] (H 
105396-105308, Jan. 21, 1908 ; 2 c. of 
each Jan. 13, 1908.) [3885-3887 

Clay, Robinson & co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Sport of the cowboys. (F 60864, Dec. 
21, 1907.) [3888 

Clinedinst (B. M. J.Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Briggs (Senator F. O.) (H 105634. 
Jan. 29, 1908). [3889-3897 

Bryan (Senator Wm. J.) (H 105635, 

Jan. 29, 1908). 
Burkett (Mrs. E. J.) (H 105631, Jan. 

29, 1908.) 
Cannon (Miss Helen) (H 105632, Jan. 

29, 1908). 

Davis (Senator Jeff). (H 105637, 
Jan. 29, 1908.) 

Livonius (Count). (H 105633, Jan. 

29, 1908.) 
Paynter (Senator T. H.) (H 105636, 

Jan. 29, 1908.) 
Pillsbury (Captain John) (H 105630, 

Jan. 29, 1908.) 

Whipple (Colonel C. H.) (H 105629, 
Jan. 29, 1908.) 

Cohn (Charles K.), Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 
La Follette ( Robert M. ) , for president. 
(H 105395, Jan. 23, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 
2, 1908.) [3898 

Collier (P. F.) & son, 
New York, N. Y. 
Lincoln. He is the gentlest memory 
of our world. (H 106110, Feb. 10, 
1908.) [3S99 

Collins (H. Shobbrook), 
New York, N. Y. 
Poe (Edgar Allen) mantel. 1, 2. (H 
105190, 105191, Jan. 18, 190S ; 2 c. of 
each, Jan. 14, 190S.) [3900, 3901 

Collins (Martin H.), Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Elk (The) (F 62029, Jan. 22, 1908.) 

[3902 
Coppinger & Griel, Lan- 
caster, Pa. 
Easter coming-out party. (F 62437, 
Feb. 3, 1908.) [3903-3912 

Forty love. (F 62431, Feb. 3, 1908.) 
I do wish the other chicks would 
hurry. (F 62434, Feb. 3, 190S.) 



Coppinger & Griel, Lan- 
caster, Pa. 
I love you with all my raddish heart. 
(F 62433, Feb. 3, 1908.) 
\ I'se your honey boy. (F 62435, Feb. 
3, 1908.) 
Love me and the world is mine. (F 

62432, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

O, bring back, my Easter bonnet. (F 

62436, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

I Oh, I do hope I'll be able to get a 

front pew. (F 62439, Feb. 3, 190S.) 

To my valentine. (F 62430, Feb. 3, 

1908.) 
Yes, I'm very fond of foliage. (F 
62438, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

Corey (L. S.) Lincoln, 
Xebr. 
Public sentiment. (F 62457, Feb. 3, 
1908; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1908.) [3913 

Cornell co-operative soci- 
ety, Ithaca, N. Y. 
Cornell views from Sage tower. [1, 
2.] (H 105004, 105005, Jan. 9, 1908.) 
[3914, 3915 
Courier company of Buf- 
falo, Buffalo, N. Y. 
I-Icwe's (Lyman II.) wild animals. (G 
18002, Jan. 27, 1908.) [3916-3922 

Poker game. (G 17998, Jan. 24, 1908.) 
Quaint Holland. (G 17959, Jan. 16, 

1908; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1908.) 
Running race. no. 5648. (G 17942, 

Jan. 13, 190S.) 
Russell (Lillian). (G 17917, Jan. 8, 

1908.) 
She's a mare. (G 17916, Jan. 8, 1908; 

2 c. Jan. 2, 190S.) 
Why does a chicken. (G 17997, Jan. 
24, 1908.) 

Covington (Annette), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Adams (Maude), as Peter Pan, in 
white hunting costume. (H 105540, 
Jan. 25, 100$ ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 190S ; 1 c. 
Dec. IS, 1907.) [3923 

Co well (James Herbert), 
Denver, Colo. 
Eddy (Rev. Mary Baker G.) 

[3924, 3925 
Mother church. 

(H 105S29, 105828, Feb. 1, 190S ; 2 
c. of each Jan. 31, 190S.) 

Cox (Palmer), East 
Quoque, X. Y. 
Brownie clown of Brownietown. (F 
62001, Jan. 20, 190S.) [3926-3928 

(F 621S1, Jan. 27, 190S.) 

(F 62445, Feb. 3, 190S.) 



64 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Craig (Arthur Still), 
Maryyille, Mo. 

Anatomical chart. (F 60965, Dec. 26, 
1907.) [3929 

Craig (Orville L. F.), 

Plymouth, Mass. 

Plymouth, Mass., St. Peter's church, 

interior. (H 105450, Jan. 21, 1908; 

1 c. Jan. 10, 1908; 1 c. Jan. 24, 

1908.) [3930 

Curry (W.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Aint he a dandy? (F 61954, Jan. 20, 

1908.) [3931-3939 

Brave soldier. (F 61956, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Clear the track. (F 61961, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Have a paper? (F 61957, Jan. 20, 

190S.) 
In the old swing. (F 61958, Jan. 20, 

190S.) 
Message (The). (F 01962, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Mv chum Teddy. (F 61960, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Vesper hymn. (F 61955, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Young anglers. (F 61959, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 

Mass. 

As in a bed of roses. S by 10. (H 

105571; Jan. 27, 190S.) [3940-3961 

As in a looking-glass. S by 10. (H 

105576, Jan. 27, 1908.) 
Autumn golden light. S by 10. (H 
105569, Jan. 27, 190S.) 

11 by 14. (H 105776, Feb. 1, 

1908.) 

IS by 22. (H 10577S, Feb. 1, 

190S.) 

Boogey man. 4 by 5, S by 10. (H 

105567, 105568. Jan. 27, 190S.) 
Book of verse. S by 10, 11 by 14. (H 

105096, 105097, Jan. 13, 190S.) 
Cat and lily. S by 10. (H 105570, 

Jan. 27, 1908.) 
Children's hour, new 11 by 14. (H 

105575, Jan. 27. 1908.) 

First victim. S by 10. (H 105573, 
Jan. 27, 190S.) 

Indian's muse. 11 by 14, 18 by 22. 
(H 105577, 105578, Jan. 27, 190S.) 

Jefferson (Thomas). 11 bv 14. (H 
105777, Feb. 1, 190S.) 

Master Sherry. S by 10. (H 105094, 
Jan. 13, 1908.) 



Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 

Mass. 
Medicine fires. 11 by 14. (H 105574, 
Jan. 27, 190S.) 

Persian kitten. 11 by 14, 8 by 10, 4 
by 5. (H 105091-105093, Jan. 13, 

1908.) 

Under the Azaleas. 8 by 10. (H 
105572, Jan. 27, 190S.) 

Wish (The). 8 by 10. (H 105095, 
Jan. 13, 190S.) 

Daley (Charlotte F.), 
West New Brigh- 
ton, N. Y. 
Old story. (H 105561, Jan. 27, 1908.) 

[3962 

Darbyshire ( Leonard ) , 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Monk with copy of " Spare Moments " 
and stein. (H 105009, Jan. 9, 1908.) 

[3963 
Davidson & Averrett, 
Seattle, Wash. 
Moonlight on Elliott Bay. (H 105188, 
Jan. 17, a 90S.) [3964 

Davis (A. M.), Jamaica 

Plain, Mass. 

Be my valentine. (F 62521. Jan. 20, 

1908.) [3965-3976 

For my valentine. (F 62520, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Hello sweetheart. (F 0252S, Jan. 20, 

190S). 
Here I am on bended knees. (F 

62527, Jan. 20. 190S.) 
I I hope that Cupid with his dart. (F 

62529, Jan. 20, 1908.) 
1 want you for my valentine. (F 

62519, Jan. 20, 190S.) 
My valentine puzzle. (F 62530, Jan. 

20, 1908.) 
Oh, hully gee! (F 62526, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Say! be my valentine. (F 62522, Jan. 

20, 1908.) 
To my valentine. (F 62524, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Valentine day. (F 62525, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Will you be my valentine? (F 62523, 

Jan. 20, 1908.) 
2 c. of each Jan. 29, 190S. 
Davis (J.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
After the storm. (F 62231, Jan. 27, 

IPOS, i [3977-1090 

Autumn. (F 62196, Jan. 27, 1908.) 
Bathing girl. (F 62234, Jan. 27, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, OUTS, AND PRINTS 



65 



los. 6-9, Feb., 190S 



Davis (J.). Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

eauties of the laundry. (F 62212. 

Jan. 27, 1908.) 
Best in the market. (F 62211, Jan. 

27, 190S.) 
Blossoms. (F 62195, Jan. 27, 1908.) 
Burning the mortgage. (F 62109. 

Jan. 27, 1908.) 
Companions. (F 62192, Jan. 27. 

190S.) 
Comrades. [1, 2] (F 62201, 62206. 

Jan. 27, 1908.) 
Dauntless. (F 62239, Jan. 27, 190S.) 
Down and out. (F 62216, Jan. 27. 

1908.) 
Eventide. (F 62230, Jan. 27, 1908.) 
Fisherman's home. (F 62224, Jan. 27, 

1908.) 
France (La) (F 62236, Jan. 27, 

190S.) 
Good impression. (F 62215, Jan. 27, 

1908.) 
Good weight. (F 62209, Jan. 27, 190S.) 
Happy days. (F 62220, Jan. 27. 1908.) 
In the wilderness. (F 62221, Jan. 27, 

1908.) 
Look pleasant. (F 02241. Jan. 27, 

1908.) 
Master plumber. (F 62210, Jan. 27, 

190S.) 
Meadow brook. (F 62214. Jan. 27, 

190S.) 
Mid-winter clow. (F 62229. Jan. 27. 

190S.) 
Moonlight. (F 62202, Jan. 27, 190S.) 
Morning bath. (F 62219, Jan. 27. 

190S. ) 
Mother's darling. (F 62193, Jan. 27, 

190S. ) 
Myrtle. (F 62194, Jan. 27, 190S.) 
Nature's charms. (F 62204, Jan. 27, 

190S.) 
Nature's paradise. (F 62226, Jan. 27, 

1908.) 
Old homestead. (F 62233, Jan. 27, 

1908.) 
Old mill. (F 62190, Jan. 27, 190S.) 
Poppies. (F 62237, Jan. 27, 190S.) 
Prompt service. (F 62235, Jan. 27, 

190S.) 

Raise and fall in dough. (F 62207. 
Jan. 27, 1908.) 

Ready to receive. (F 62240. Jan. 27, 
1908.) 

Receiving orders. (F 62218. Jan. 27. 
1908.) 



Davis (J.), Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

Reflections. (F 62213, Jan. 27, 1908.) 

Refreshments. (F 62242. Jan. 27, 

1908.) 
Returning home. (F 62205, 62223. 

Jan. 27, 190S.) 
Slave dealer. (F 62200, Jan. 27, 1908.) 
Solitude. (F 62222. Jan. 27, 1908.) 
Spring. (F 62198. Jan. 27. 1908.) 
Summer. (F 62197. Jan. 27, 1908.) 
Summer girl. (F 62238. Jan. 27, 

1908.) 
Trysting place. (F 62189, Jan. 27, 

1908.) 
Valley falls. (F 62228. Jan. 27. 1908.) 
Very tempting. (F 62217, Jan. 27, 

1908.) 
Village road. (F 62203. Jan. 27, 

1908.) 
Well matched. (F 62208. Jan. 27, 

1908.) 
Where water lilies grow. (F 62191, 

Jan. 27. 190S.) 
Willow brook. (F 02225. Jan. 27, 

1908.) 
Winter charms. (F 62227. Jan. 27, 

1908.) 
Winter eve. (F 62232. Jan. 27. 190S.) 

Davis ft Livingston. New- 
port. Vt. 
Lake Memphremagog, birdseye view. 
(F 61632. Jan. 13. 1908; 2 c. Jan. 3, 
1908.) [4031 

Dawson (W.), Phila- 
delphia. Pa. 
All readv. (F 61948. Jan. 20. 1908.) 

[4032-1044 
Coaching. (F 61944. Jan. 20. 1908.) 
Exciting moment. (F 61952. Jan. 20, 

1908. ) 
First step. (F 61947. Jan. 20, 190S.) 
Four of a kind and a spade. (F 

61943. Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Haying time. (F 61942, Jan. 20. 1908.) 
In the new-mown hav. (F 61950, 

Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Interestins srame. (F 61945, Jan. 20, 

190S.) 
It's the strap for vou ! (F 61953, 

Jan. 20, 1908.) 

Little farmer. (F 61951. Jan. 20, 
190S.) 

Our dairv maid. (F 61946, Jan. 20, 
190S.) 

Our little cook. (F 61949. Jan. 20-, 
190S.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Dawson (W.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Taking the hurdle. (F 61941, Jan. 20, 
1908.) 

De Fesset (Minnie), Love- 
land, Ohio. 
Log cabin. (H 105377, Jan. 22, 1908.) 

[4045 

Detroit publishing com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Albany, N. Y. [1, 2.] (H 105204, 
105205, Jan. 18, 1908; 2 c. of each 
Jan. 17, 1908.) [4046-4277 

Albany (Steamer). (H 105206, Jan. 

18, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1908.) 
Amherst, Mass. [1. 2.] (H 105466, 
105467, Jan. 24, 1908.) 

Amherst college [Amherst, Mass.] 
[1-6]. (H. 105465, 10546S-105472, 
Jan. 24, 1908.) 

Atlantic City, N. J. [1-6.] (H 105310- 

105315, Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Beach and boardwalk. (H 105424, 

Jan. 23, 1908.) 
High school. (H 105155, Jan. 16, 

1908.) 
Balanced rock. Garden of the Gods, 

Colorado. 53110. (F 61854, Jan. 

18, 1908.) 
Bethlehem, N. H. [1-3] (H 105954, 

105955, 105965, Feb. 6, 1908.) 

Boston. Mass. [1-31 (H 105473- 

106475, Jan. 24, 1908.) 
Hotel Thorndike. 

Jan. 16, 1908.) 
Buffalo, N. Y. [-4] 

105159, Jan. 16, 1908.) 
Buffalo, N. Y. [5-14] 

105216 Jan. 18 190S; 

Jan. 17, 1908.) 
Cambridge, Mass. [1.-3] (H 105931- 

105933, Feb. 6, 190S.) 
Campton Village, N. H., and Mt. Tri- 

Pyramid. (H 105945, Feb. 6, 1906. 1 

City of Detroit (Steamer) (H 

1050S9, Jan. 30, 190S.) 
City of Mackinac (Steamer) (H 

105690. Jan. 30. 190S.) 
Cleveland. Ohio, public square. (H 

1056S7, Jan. 30, 190S.) 

Columbia (Steamer). (H 105691, Jan. 

30, 190S.) 
Concord, Mass. [1-10] 

105927, Feb. 6, 190S.) 

Concord, N. H. [1-8] 

105483, Jan. 24, 190S.) 
Detroit, Mich. [1-12] 

105704, Jan. 30, 1908.) 



(H 105160, 

(H 105156- 

(H 105207- 

2 c. of each 



(H 105918- 
(H 105476- 
(H 105693- 



Detroit publishing com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Detroit, Mich., Belle Isle Park. [1-6] 

(H 105705-105710, Jan. 30, 1908.) 
campus. (H 105688, Jan. 30, 

1908.) 
City hall and Majestic building. 

(H 105917, Feb. 6, 1908.) 
corner of grand circus park. (H 

1055S5, Jan. 27, 1908.) 
Detroit river, glimpse of. A, B. (H 

1055S3, 105584, Jan. 27, 1908.) 
Franconia mts., N. H. (H 105959, 

Feb. 6, 190S.) 
Governor Edicott (Steamer). (H 

105953, Feb. 6, 1908.) 
Hartford, Conn., Allevn house. (H 

105423, Jan. 23, 190S.) 
Holyoke, Mass. [1-6.] (H 1054S4- 

1054S9, Jan. 24, 190S.) 
Holyoke and Connecticut river. (H 

105400, Jan. 24, 1908.) 
Hooksett, N. II., Hooksett falls, Mer- 
rimack river. (H 105517, Jan. 24. 

190S.) 

Intervale. N. II. [1-4.1 (H 105947- 
105950, Feb. 6, 1908.) 

Jackson, N. II., Gray's inn. (H 105960, 
Feb. 6, 1908.) 

Laconin. X. II. [1-4.] (H 105936- 
105939, Feb. 0, 1908.) 

Lake George, X. Y. [1-3.] (H 105491- 
105493, Jan. 24, 19< 

Lake Wlnnepesaukee, X. II. [1. 2.] 
(H 105951, 105952, Feb. 6, 1908.) 

Lexington, Mass. [1-3] (II 105928- 
105980^ Feb. 6, 1908.) 

Littleton, X. II.. Main street. (H 
105046, Fob. 6, 1908.) 

Lowell. Mass. [1-14] (H 105494- 
105507, Jan. 24, 1908.) 

Mackinac Island and the Straits, 
Mich. (H 105154, Jan. 16, 1908.) 

Manchester, X. H. [1-9] (H 10550S- 
105516, Jan. 24, 1908.) 

Meredith bay and Lake Waukewan. 
(H 105934, Feb. 6, 1908.) 

Meredith Village, X. H., Road to. (H 
105935, Feb. 6, 1908.) 

Mt. Agassiz [1, 2] (H 105956, 105957, 
Feb. 0, 1908.) 

Mt. Holvoke college. South Hadley, 
Mass. [1-10] (H 10551S-10: 
Jan. 24, 190S.) 

Mt. Tom. .070367: .070366; .070363. 
(H 10552S-105530, Jan. 24, 1908.) 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 1908 



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67 



Detroit publishing com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Nashua, N. II. [1-3] (H 105531- 
105533, Jan 24, 1908.) 

Nashua river. (II 105557, Jan. 

25, 1908.) 

New England granite quarry. [1-3] 

(II 105420-105422, Jan. 23, 1908.) 
North Conway, N. II. [1-3] (H 

105961-105903, Feb. 6, 1908.) 
Old sugar camp, [N. H.] (H 105958, 

Feb. 6, 1908.) 
Owana (Steamer). (H 105692, Jan. 

30, 1908.) 

Paoli, Pa., home of General Anthonv 
Wayne. (II 105316, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

Paul Palmer (Five masted schooner). 
(H 105904, Feb. 6, 1908.) 

Philadelphia, Pa. [1-19] (H 105317- 

105335, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

■ U. of Pa., dormitories. (H 

105686, Jan. 30, 1908.) 

Plymouth, N. H. [1-5]. (H 105940- 
105944, Feb. 6, 1908.) 

Portsmouth, N. H., Piscataqua river 
and naval prison. (H 105969, Feb. 

6, 1908.) 

Portsmouth navy yard, Kittery, 
Maine. [1-3]. (H 105966-105968, 
Feb. 6, 190S.) 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y., steamer landings. 
(H 105217, Jan. 18, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 
17, 1908.) 

Sagamore creek, Portsmouth, N. H. 
(H 105970, Feb. 6, 190S.) 

Saginaw, Mich., [1-10]. (H 105252- 
105261, Jan. 18, 1908.) 

South Hadley, Mass. [1-3]. (H 
105534-105536, Jan. 24, 190S.) 

— Smith's ferry and Mt. Holyoke. 
(H 105587, Jan. 27, 190S.) 

Villa Nova, Pa.. Red Rose inn. (H 

105336, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

"Williams college, Williamstown, Mass. 
[1-3]. (H 105537-105539 Jan. 24, 

190S.) 

• Thompson memorial chapel. (H 

1055S6, Jan. 27, 1908.) 
Worcester, Mass. [1, 2]. (H 1055SS, 

105589, Jan. 27, 1908.) 
York, Me. [1-7]. (H 105711-105717, 

Jan. 30, 1908.) 

de Vos (Izaak), Chicago, 
111. 
Mrs. N. W. & daughter. (H 106102, 
Feb. 10, 1908. y [4278 



Dickinson (William J.), 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Cupid's message. 3£ by 5i. (F 61633, 

Jan. 13, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1907.) 

[4279 

Dillaway (Henry L.), 
Everett, Wash. 
Chinese pheasant. (G 18097, Feb. 3, 
1908.) [4280 

Dillon (T. E.), Scranton, 
Pa. 
Beside still waters. (H 105439, Jan. 
18, 1908.) [4281-4284 

In Carot's country. (H 105440, Jan. 

18, 1908.) 
Lonely pool. (H 105437, Jan. 18, 

1908.) 

Quiet life. (H 105438, Jan. 18, 1908.) 

Doolittle (W. II.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Evolution of the engagement ring. 
(F 61070, Jan. 6, 1908.) [4285 

Drake (A. W.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Needlework. 1-9. (H 102471-102479, 
Nov. 5, 1907.) [4286-4294 

Du Pont (H. F.), Win- 
terthur, Del. 
Winl erthur, Del. 1-9. (II 105721- 
105729, Jan. 31, 190S.) [4295-4303 

Dye (W. D. L.), Rock- 
port, Tex. 
Full limit. (H 105773, Feb. 1, 1908.) 

[4304 

Dyer . & Smith, Arling- 
ton, Mass. 
Trowbridge (J. T.) & residence, Ar- 
lington, Mass. (F 61617, Jan. 11, 
1908; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1907.) [4305 

Eckstone (C), Chicago, 

111. 

No wedding bells for me. (F 62173, 

Jan. 27, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1907.) 

[4306 

Edgarton mfg. co., Shir- 
ley, Mass. 
Finish (The). (G 18001, Jan. 25, 
190S.) [4307-4309 

Half way. (G 18000, Jan. 25, 1908.) 
Start (The). (G 17999, Jan. 25, 
190S.) 

Edison manufacturing co., 
West Orange, N. J. 
Fireside reminiscences. 1-5. (H 
105415-105419, Jan. 23, 1908.) 

[4310-1324 

Rescued from an easle's nest. 1-5. 
(H 105145-105149, Jan. 16, 1908.) 



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Edison manufacturing co., 
West Orange, N. J. 
Yankee man-owarsman's fight for love. 
1-5. (H 105681-105685, Jan. 30, 
1908.) 

Eickemeyer (Rudolf), Yon- 
kers, N. Y. 
Beach cedars. (H 105671, Jan. 30, 
1908.) [4325^348 

Berkshire mill. (H 105676, Jan. 30, 
1908.) 

Berkshire river. (H 105669 Jan. 30, 
1908.) 

Berkshire stream. (H. 105662, Jan. 
30, 1908.) 

Bleak October da v. (H 105674, Jan. 
30, 1908.) 

Cedars on the dime. (H 105664, Jan. 
30, 1908.) 

Dunes (The). (H 105666, Jan. 30, 

1908.) 
Edge of the dunes. (H 105661, Jan. 

30, 190S.) 

End of the marsh. (II 10565S, Jan. 

30, 1908.) 
Glen (The). (H 105075, Jan. 30, 1908.) 
Inlet at sunset. (H 106679, Jan. 30, 

1908.) 

Meadow stream. (H 105657, Jan. 30, 
1908.) 

Pool In the dunes. (H 105600, Jan. 

30, 1908.) 
Quiet sea. (H 1050S0, Jan. 30, 1908.) 

Sand dunes on the Jersey coast. (H 
105605, Jan. 30, 1908.) 

Sawmill river. (H 105056, Jan. 30, 

190S.) 
Shore road. (H 105663, Jan. 30, 1908.) 
Stream in the marsh. (H 105677, Jan. 

30, 1908.) 
Struggle of existence. (H 105668, Jan. 

30, 190S.) 

Summer morning. (H 105667, Jan. 30, 

190S.) 
Trout pool. (H 105672, Jan. 30, 1908.) 
Trout stream. (H 105670, Jan. 30, 

1908.) 

Where the rippling streamlet flows. 
(H 105678, Jan. 30, 1908.) 

Willows (The). (H 105659, Jan. 30, 
1908.) 

Electro, mechanical co., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Designs. A11-A16, B14. B16. B17, C6. 
(H 98053-98062, Apr. 29, 1907.) 

[4349^35S 



Eliason (Erik K.), Heg- 

bert, Minn. 

Appleton, Minn., old mill. (H 105606, 

Jan. 29, 1908.) [4359 

Elliott (Chas. H.) com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ada. (F 61714, Jan. 15, 1908.) 

[4360-4371 
Agnes. (F 61715, Jan. 15, 1908.) 
Anne. (F 61717, Jan. 15, 190S.) 
Augusta. (F 61716, Jan. 15, 190S.) 
Belinda. (F 6170S. Jan. 15, 190S.) 
Belle. (F 01 709. Jan. 15, 1908.) 

Cherry and hatchet. (F 01712, Jan. 

15, 1908.) 
Deborah. (F 61718, Jan. 15, 191 
Memoirs. (F 61711, Jan. 15, 190S.) 
Reminders. (F 61710. Jan. 15, 1908.) 
Salome. (F 61707, Jan. 15, 1908.) 

Wreath and hatchet. (F 61713, Jan. 
15, 1908.) 

Ellis (George A.). Mount 
Vernon, N. Y. 
Ellis sectional McClane grate. (F 
62282, Jan. i 2 c. Jau. 18, 

1908.) [4372 

Bison (A. W.) ft co., Bos- 
ton. -M. 
Athens, the Acropolis. (F 61643, Jan. 
13, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1908.) 

[4373-4377 

Cologne cathedral. I I" 61644, Jan. 13, 
1908; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1908.) 

Madonna and Child, by Bernardino 
Lulni. I il 82730, Sept. 13, 1906; 
1 c. Oct. 8, 1906; 1 C. May 1, 1907.) 

Venice. Grand canal. (F 61645, Jan. 
13, 190S; 2 c. Jan. S, 1908.) 

St. Mark's cathedral, facade. (F 

61646, Jan. 13. 1908: 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1908.) 

Engelstad (Lfudvig] F.) 

Deerfield, Wis. 

Koshkonong churches. (H 105273, 

Jan. 20, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1908.) 

[437S 
Evans Sunday school spe- 
cialty mfg. co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Lesson pictures. (F 620S8. 620S9, Jan. 
17, 190S. 2 c. of each Jan. 24, 190S.) 
[4379, 43S0 

Ewart (Wm. Earl), To- 
peka, Kans. 
College pennant series, nos. 253-261. 
(F 61605-61613, Jan. 10, 1908.) 

[43S1-43S9 I 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 1908 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



09 



Faries (G. S.), Smyrna, 
Del. 
Twentieth century club bouse. (F 
61853, Jan. 18, 1908.) [4390 

Farmer (E. I.), North 
Ton a wan da, N. Y. 
Niagara maid. (F 62390, Feb. 1, 
1908.) [4391 

Faulkner (Herbert A.) 

Brockton, Mass. 

Home of the princesses. (H 82433, 

Aug. 29, 1906; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1907.) 

[4392 
Faulkner (C. W.) and co., 
London, England. 
Anxious moment. (F 62256, Jan. 27, 
1908; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1907.) [4393 

Fawcett (Waldon), 
Washington, D. C. 
House of representatives office build- 
ing. 1-10. (H 105275-105284, Jan. 
20, 1908.) [4394-4426 

Monroe (Prof. C. E.) in his laboratory. 
1-5. (H 105079-105083, Jan. 13, 
1908.) 

Philippine delegation in congress. 1-3. 

(H 105649-105651, Jan. 30, 1908.) 
U. S. naval medical school. 1-15. (H 

105354-105368, Jan. 21, 1908.) 

Feicke (Ben.), Norwood, 

Ohio. 

Birthday greetings. (F 62292, Jan. 29, 

190S. ) [4427^432 

Greetings. 1, 2. (F 62291, 62296, Jan. 

29, 1908.) 
Hearty congratulations. (F 62293, 

Jan. 29, 190S.) 
Many happy returns of the dav. (F 

62294, Jan. 29, 1908.) 
May all your troubles be little ones. 
(F 62295, Jan. 29, 1908.) 

Fishbaugh (W. A.), Em- 
pire, Canal Zone, 
Panama. 
Bas Obispo, canal, looking south, Dec. 
1907. (H 105298, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

[4433^1448 
Canal, looking north from Empire, 
Dec. 1905; Dec. 1907. (H 105307, 
10530S, Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Compressed air drills working in the 
canal at Empire. (H 105309, Jan. 
20, 1908.) 
Cristobal, I. C. C. quarters. (H I 
105300, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

Mess. (H 105295, Jan. 20, 1908.) | 

Cucaracha slide, Nov. 1907. (H 
105299, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

Culebra, canal, looking north, Dec. 
1907. (H 105302, Jan. 20, 1908.) 



Fishbaugh (W. A.), Em- 
pire, Canal Zone, 
Panama. 
Culebra, cut, looking north, Dec. 1907. 
(H 105301, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

Empire, C. Z., view, Dec, 1907. (H 

105304, Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Gatun, Canal zone. [1-2.] (H 105305, 

105306, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

New part of Culebra looking south, 
Dec, 1907. (H 105297, Jan. 20, 
1908.) 

Panama (Steamship), arriving in Cris- 
tobal. (H 105303, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

Panama, free for all bull fight, Nov. 
3rd. (H 105296, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

Pearl Islands, a native village. (H 
105294, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

Fitch (R.), San Diego, 
Cal. 
Dedication of Bennington monument 
at Point Loma, San Diego, Cal.. Jan- 
uary 7, 190S. (H 105127, Jan. 15, 
190S.) [4449 

Foote (John J.), Hartford, Wis. Bis- 
sell colleges pennant post card. (F 
60650, Dec. IS, 1907; 2 c Jan. 13, 
1908.) [4450 

Forrest (Earl R.), Wash- 
ington, Pa. 
Hopi flute ceremony in the Oraibi 
Plaza in 1907. (H 105144. Jan. 16, 
190S). [4451-4457 

Hopi snake dance. [1-6] (H 105137, 
105139-105143, Jan. 16, 190S.) 

Fowler (Thaddeus M.) 
Morrisville, Pa. 
Wilson, N. C, birdseye view. (G 18102, 
Feb. 6, 1908.) [445S 

Fox (F. S. & M. V.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Baum (L. Frank). (H 105720, Jan. 
31, 1908.) [4459, 4460 

Keats (Margarete), violinist. (H 
106101, Feb. 10, 1908.) 

Fox (Fenton S.), Chicago, 

111. 

Lizzie and Bill. (H 105266, Jan. 18, 

1908.) [4461 

Frink of Boston, Boston, 

Cupids stork. (F 62016, Jan. 20, 190S.) 

[4462^472 
Father Valentines' medicine. (F 62015, 

Jan. 20, 190S.) 
Ich liebe dich. ( F 62011, Jan. 20, 1908. ) 
Love me and the world is mine. (F 

62009, Jan. 20, 190S.) 
Loves thermometer. (F 62017, Jan. 

20, 1908.) 



70 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 






Frink of Boston, Boston, 

Roses red. (F 62010, Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Rubivat of Omar Kayam. (F 62007, 

Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Tell me will my dream of you ever 

come true. (F 62013, Jan. 20, 1908.) 
There is no one in the world like you. 

(F 62008, Jan. 20, 1908.) 
This is so sudden. (F 62012, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Tis good in every case you know. (F 

62014, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

Frost & Reed, Bristol, 
England. 
Affinities. (F 60008, Nov. 29, 1907.) 

[4473, 4474 
Wind in the birch woods. (F 60115, 
Dec. 3, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Gaines (T. R.), New 

York, N. Y. 

Little John and Little Ben. (F 

61071, Dec. 27, 1907.) [4475-4481 

Now, Darkey Dan. (F 61060, Dec. 27, 
1907.) 

Oh Gracious mo. (F 01070, Dec. 27, 
1907.) 

Oh please tell me. (F 6106S, Dec. 27, 
1907.) 

Our honeymoon. (F 61067, Dec. 27, 
1907.) 

Victim of the black hand. (F 61069, 
Dec. 27, 1907.) 

You dress so nice. (F 61214, Dec. 31, 
1907.) 

2 c. of each Jan. 17, 1908. 

Gallagher & Gutter, Ely, 
Nov. 
Gallows frame at Alpha shaft. 

[44S2, 4483 
Giroux mine, Alpha shaft. 

(H 105076, 105075, Jan. 13, 190S; 
2 c. of each Jan. 11, 190S.) 

Gates (Frank G.) and 
Hogle (Frank), An- 
derson, Cal. 
Crystal cave on McCloud river. (H 
103S16, Dec. 13, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 15, 
1907.) [4484 

Gifford (Benj. A.), The 
Dalles, Oregon. 
Hos-Hos-Mox-Mox. 270. (H 105563, 
Jan. 27, 190S.) [44S5 

Glazier & co., North Bend, 
Oreg. 
Baby farm. (H 105591, Nov. 15, 1907 ; 
1 c. Nov. 15, 1907; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1908.) 

[4486 



Goldsmith (A.) and son, 

Washington, D. C. 

High water caused by Johnstown flood 

in 1889, Washington, D. C. [6 

printsl. (F 62536-62541, Feb. 6, 

1908.) [4487^492 

Goond (Philip R.), Ker- 
mit, N. Dak. 
Kenmare, N. Dak., Lake Deslac. 
[1, 2]. (H 105167, 10516S, Jan. 17, 
190S.) [4493, 4494 

Gordon (George), Fruit- 
vale, Cal. 
San Francisco, glimpses of. (G 17261, 
Oct. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1908.) 

[4495 

Gore (H. W.), jr., South 
Braintree, Mass. 
Braintree, Mass., winter on Monati- 
quot River. (F 616S3, Jan. 14, 
190S; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1908.) [4496 

Graham (J. A.), Chi- 
. 111. 
Bryan, (W. J.). (G 17961, Jan. 17, 
1908.) [4497,4498 

Bryan I Win. Jennings). (G 17993, 
Jan. 22, 1908.) 

Graves (Geo. S.), Spring- 
field, Mass. 
Hartford. Conn., old charter oak 
monument. A 136. (H 105566, Jan. 
27, 1908.) [4499 

Gray lithograph company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Father of our country. (G 18045, Feb. 
1. 1908.) [4500^516 

Girls of the period. l-£. (G 18091- 
ixi i<m;. Feb. 5, 190S; 2 c. of each 
Feb. 6, 1908.) 

New York chorus girls. 1-9. (G 

17944-17952, Jan. 13, 1908.) 

Tranquility. (G 17994, Jan. 23, 1908.) 

Green (Frank A.), Knox, 

Ind. 

Che-mah. Chinese dwarf. (F 62019, 

Jan. 20, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 13, 190S.) 

[4517 
Green (M. G.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Gnu love. (F 02604, Jan. 28, 1908.) 

[4518 
Grignard (Emile Etien- 
ne), New York, N. Y. 
K. U. mascot. ( G 1 7941. Jau. 13. 190S ; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 190S.) [4519 

Haines photo co., Con- 
neant, Ohio. 
Arizona, Petrified forest. 1 

[4520^4539 



ENGKAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



71 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 1908 



Haines photo co., Con- 
neaut, Ohio. 
Grand caiion. 9-12. 

(H 105842-105853, Feb. 5, 1908.) 
Colorado Springs, birdseye view. 10 
by 62. (H 105179, Jan. 17, 1908; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1908) [4519 

Garden of the gods, Colorado. [1-5] 
Old Mormon trail. 10 by 38. 
Ruins of the cliff dwellers. 10 by 32. 
(H 105172-105178, Jan. 17, 1908; 
2 c. of each Jan. 18, 1908.) 

Hale ( Frank Lester ) , 

New London, Conn. 

Sympathy. (H 105026, Jan. 11, 1908.) 

[4540 

Hall (Joseph), New York, 
X. Y. 

Five American beauties. (H 105555, 
Jan. 25, 1908.) [4541-4545 

Fresh fruit from the vine. (H 105749, 
Jan. 31, 1908.) 

My lady Flora. (H 105748, Jan. 31, 
1908.) 

Orchid (The) (H 105605, Jan. 28, 
1908.) 

Tired model. (H 105747, Jan. 31, 
1908.) 

Hanes (Elmer C), Drift- 
wood, Pa. 
Bucktail monument. (H 105871, Feb. 
5, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1908.) [4546 

Harris, fotografer, Little 
Rock, Ark. 
Nightmare of a medical student. (H 
105106, Jan. 15, 190S.) [4547 

Harris & Ewing, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Glyn (Eleanor) [1-3] (H 105342, 
105343, 105344, Jan. 13, 1908; 1 c. 
Jan. 13, 1 c. Jan. IS, 1908.) 

[454S^1555 

Lassiter (Francis R.) (H 105265, 

Jan. IS, 1908.) 
O'Conner (Mrs. T. P. ) (H 105128, 

Jan. 15, 1908.) 

Pullman (Mrs. G. TV.) (H 105262, 
Jan. IS, 1908.) 

Ugarte (Angel) (H 105264, Jan. 18, 
1908.) 

Ugarte (Manuel) (H 105263, Jan. 18, 
1908.) 

Hart, Schaffner & Marx, 
Chicago, 111. 
[25 cuts illustrating men's clothing.] 
(F 62543-62567, Feb. 7, 1908.) 

[4556^580 

29855—08 2 



Hartman (S. B.), Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 
Abdul Hamid II., stallion. (H 106078, 

Feb. 10, 1908.) [4581-4584 

Anazeh, stallion. (H 106076, Feb. 10, 

1908.) 
Hegira, stallion. (H 106077, Feb. 10, 

1908.) 
Kathleen, mare. (H 106079, Feb. 10, 

1908.) 

Harvey (Fred), Kansas 
City, Mo. 
Cayite. (H 95212, June 11 ,1907.) 

[4585-4591 
Comasita. (H 95203, June 11, 1907.) 
Copper & gold. (H 95215, June 11, 

1907.) 
Navajo boy. (H 95205, June 11, 

1907.) 
Navajo squaw and papoose. (H 

95214, June 11, 1907.) 
Potter (The) (H 95206, June 11, 

1907.) 
Pueblo belle. (H 95201, June 11, 
1907.) 

2 of each Apr. 9, 1907. 

Haskell (W. E.), Con- 
cord, Mass. 
Animaldom. (F 61751, Jan. 16, 1908.) 

[4592 

Hayes lithographing co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Easter time. (G 1S090, Feb. 5, 1908.) 

[4593-4597 
Ideal Indian maiden. 1-4. (G 1S086- 
1S0S9, Feb. 5, 1908.) 

Heal (W. S.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Phat the hel-lo ! (F 58462, Sept. 27, 
1907.) [4598 

Hecht (J. E.), Monti- 
cello, Ga. 
Monticello, Ga. [1, 2] (H 105340, 
105341, Jan. 9, 1908; 2 c. of each 
Jan. 18, 1908.) [4599, 4600 

Hill (Harry E.), Ontario, 
Canada. 
Mushroom coral. (H 105171, Jan. 16, 
1908.) [4601 

Hinchey (R. E.), Aurora, 
Mo. 
Aurora, Mo. [1-16] (H 105037- 
105052, Jan. 3, 1908.) [4602^620 
Marionville collegiate institute. [1-3] 
(H 105034-105036, Jan. 3, 1908.) 
2 c. of each Jan. 2, 1908. 
Holman (George F.), 
Portland, Oreg. 
Into the mists. (H 105379. Jan. 22, 
1908.) [4621 



72 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTKTES 



pt. IV, D. S., V 



Holt (Winifred), New 
York, N. Y. 
Keller (Helen), photograph of a bas- 
relief. [4622, 4623 
Sinclair (May), photograph of a bas- 
relief. 

(H 105162, 105163, Jan. 17, 1908. 

Horney & Chapman, Chil- 
licothe, Ohio. 
Chillicothe, Ohio, [5 prints]. (F 
61753-61757, Jan. 16, 190S.) 

[4624^628 

Hovey (Guy C), Long 
Beach, Cal. 
First national bank. (H 105433, Jan. 
23, 1908.) [4629 

Howe (Albert Z.), St. 

Louis, Mo. 

Moonlight on the lake. (II 105743, 

Jan. 31, 1908.) [4030^633 

Summer woods. (H 105745, Jan. 31, 

1908.) 

Sylvan lake. (II 105740, Jan. 31, 

1908.) 
Woodland path. (IT 105714, Jan. 31, 

1908.) 

Howell (BeldeD D.), Clin- 
ton, X. J. 

Clinton, N. J. [1-91. (II 105110- 
105118, Jan. 15, 1908.) [4634-1042 

Hoy t ( Dud l ey ) . New 
York, N. V. 
Taft (Hon. William). A-II. (H 
105119-105126, Jan. 15. 1908.) 

[4643-1650 

Hughes (Thomas S.), 

Chicago, 111. 

Old Faithful in eruption. (II 105339, 

Dec. 19, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1908.) 

[4651 
Hull (Dana), Chicago, 
111. 
Lawrence (Mrs. Dwight) and chil- 
dren. (H 105074, Jan. 13, 1908. ) 

[4652-1651 
Tilden ( Edwa rd ) . [1,2]. ( H 105740, 
105741, Jau. 31, 1908.) 

Huntington ( 01 a rence Ly- 
man), Portland. Oreir. 
Horseshoe bend. (H 105830, Feb. 5. 
1908.) [4655 

Hutchings (Raymond H.), 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
Hutchings (Gladys Ebert). (H 
106025, Feb. 6, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
190S.) [4656 

Jackson (Howard R.), 
United States. 
Atlantic fleet entering the harbor of 
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (H 106108. 
Feb. 10, 190S.) [4657 



Jaeger (J. F.), Washing- 
ton, Mo. 

Washington. Mo., St. Francis Bor-ia 
church. <H 105742, Jan. 31, 1! 

[4658 

Jamestown exposition co., 

Norfolk, Ya. 

Award medal, Jamestown exposition. 

(H 10587! », Feb. 6, 190S ; 2 c. Jan. 

27, 190S.) [4659 

Janssen ( A ugust ) , New 

York. N. Y. 

Very happy New Year. (F 61671, 

Jan. 14, 1908: 2 c. Jan. 4, 1908.) 

[4000 

Jeffrey (Annie T.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Gray evening by the sea. (F 105101, 
Jan. 14, 1908.) 1-1661 

Jeffries (.Tames J.), Los 
Angeles, Cal. 
Jeffries (James . I.) [1-7] (H 105441, 
10544a-105448, .Ian. 24, 190 

[4662 

Angeles. Cal.. gentlemen's cafe, 
Jeffries vV Kipper. (II 105449, Jan. 
24, j!'<^.) 

Knockout blow. (II 105442, Jan. 24, 
1908.) 

Johnson < E. T.) & co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Yard of the national game. (F I 
Dec. Hi. 1!><>7: 2 e. Jan. 20, 19" 

11671 

Johnson (L. M.) Chi- 
cago, 111. 
BlOSSOm. (F C.2!ss. .Jan. 27, 1!" 

[ 4672-4 (i73 

Line Bell. (F 62184, Jan. 27, 1'" 

Brook in summer. (F 02493, Jan. 20, 
190S.) 

Forget me not. (F 621S5, Jan. 27, 
190S.) 

Sunlight and shadow. (F 62494, Jan. 
20, 190S.) 

Yiolets. (F 621S6, Jan. 27, 190S.) 

Wild rose. (F 62187, Jan. 27, 1908.) 

Johnston (It. W.) studio, 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Calvary church. [1-3.1 (H 10; 
105287, Jan. 20, 1008.) [467!' 

Paur (Mr.) [1, 2.1 (H 105007, 
10500S, Jan. 9, 1908.) 

Pittsburg. Pa.. Cahary Church, altar. 
(H 105612, Jan. 23, 190S; 2 c. Jan. 
29, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



73 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 1908 



Kalkoff company, New 
York, N. Y. 
Play the game! (F 61846, Dec. 20, 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1907.) [4685 

Kansas City automobile 
association dealers, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 
Modern mercury. (G 18053, Feb. 3, 
1908; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1908.) [4686 

Kavanaugh (John J.), 
Dubuque, Iowa. 
Dubuque's grave and Horse Shoe 
Bluff on the Mississippi river. (F 
46153, Oct. 10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 16, | 
1907.) [4687 ; 

Kenton (Dorothy), New 
York, N. Y. 
Girl with the banjo. (H 105560, Jan. 
27, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1907.) [4688 

Ketterlinus lithographic 
mfg co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Blue daisy girl. (G 17923, Jan. 9, i 

1908. [4689-4692 

Buttercup girl. (G 17922, Jan. 9, I 

1908.) 
Pansy girl. (G 17925, Jan. 9, 1908.) i 
Rose girl. (G 17924, Jan. 9, 190S.) 

Keystone view company, 

Meadville, Pa. 
[Stereoscopic photographs.] 
Boulder, Colo. 14226. II 104573, Dec. 
30, 1907.) [4694-4744 

Buffalo, N. Y. 14220-14222. (H I 

104567-104569, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Buckwheat in blossom. 1422S. (H 
104575, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Canton, Ohio, McKinley memorial day. 
1907. 14223-14225. (H 104570- 
104572, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Flashlight of a wild moose. 14227. 
(H 104574, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Jamestown exposition. 14216-14219. 
(H 104562-104565, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Moss Brae falls, near Shasta Springs, 
Cal. 14233. (H 104605, Dec. 30, 
1907.) 

Sacramento river, near Shasta Springs, 
Cal. 14234. (H 104606, Dec. 30, 
1907.) 

Series B. 7571. (H 104576, Dec. 30, 
1907.) 

Series C: 7585-7587, 7589, 7592, 7593, 
7595, 7599, 7602, 7609, 7611, 761S- 
7621, 7626-7628, 7633-7636, 7640, 
7642-7644, 7682, 7684, 7645-7650. 
(H 104500-104508, 104510-104511, 
104513-104527, 104551, 104553, 
104597-104602, Dec. 30, 1907.) 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 
Shasta Springs, Cal. 14230. (H 
104603, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

and the Sacramento river, Cal. 

14232. (H 104604, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Jan. 28, 1908. 

Kilburn (B. W.), Little- 
ton, N. H. 
Georgia (U. S. Battleship), Hampton 
Roads, Jamestown Exposition. 
17197. (H 105274, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

[4745 
Kimball (W. G. C), Con- 
cord, N. H. 
Concord, N. H., Concord high school. 
(H 105S15, Feb. 3, 1908.) [4746 

King (Archer), Table 

Rock, Nebr. 

Captive specimen. (H 105878, Feb. 6, 

1908.) [4747-4753 

Chopping the husks from the ear. (H 

105872. Feb. 6, 190S.) 
Corn-belt combination. (H 105S77, 

Feb. 6, 190S.) 
Heavy one. (H 105876, Feb. 6, 1908.) 
Off for market. (H 105S75, Feb. 6, 

1908.) 
Sawing the ear off. (H 105873, Feb. 

6, 190S.) 
The way we do it here. (H 105874, 

Feb. 6, 190S.) 

King (Moses), New York, 
N. Y. 
Bank of Pittsburgh, National associa- 
tion (F 56209, July 13, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 23, 1907.) [4754 

King construction com- 
pany, New York, 
N. Y. 
Palmer's (Mr. N. F.) conservatory. 
(F 62031, Jan. 22, 1908.) [4755 

Kinsey (J. V[erne]) 
Grand Marais, Mich. 
Manistique railway, views along. (H 
105131, Jan. 16, 1908.) [4756 

Klackner (C.),New York, 
N. Y. 
June wedding; by Jennie Brown- 
scombe. [4757, 4758 

Meadow sweet; by Martin Kavel. 

(F 61106, 61107, Dec. 30, 1907; 2 c. 
of each Dec. 26, 1907.) 

Lauterbach (John), Ken- 

drick, Idaho. 

Quod coepisti conficiti (Finish what 

you began) [1-S] (F 61050-61057, 

Dec. 3, 1907; 2 c. of each Jan. 13, 

1908.) [4759-4766 



74 



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Lawrence (Geo. R.) co., 

Chicago, 111. 

Chicago, 111., White city, bird's-eye 

view. (H 105565, Jan. 27, 1908.) 

[4767-4770 
Chicago Heights, 111., from Lawrence 
captive airship. (H 105089, Jan. 13, 
1908.) 
General view electrical show, Coliseum 
Jan. 13-25, 1908. (H 1052S9, Jan. 
20, 1908.) 
De Laval separator company conven- 
tion. (H 105090, Jan. 13, 1908.) 
Lefevre (L. H.) & son, 
London, England. 
Ladies and gentlemen. (F 60S25, Dec. 
20, 1907.) [4771 

Life publishing co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Their dilemma. (F 62382, Jan. 31, 
1908.) [4772 

Lincoln (R. E.), Piano, 
111. 
Burlington railroad bridge, with re- 
flections. (H 105129, Jan. 16, 1908. ^ 

[4773 

Lindeke- Warner & sons, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
St. Paul, Lindeke-Warner birds-eye 
view. (F 61669, Jan. 13, 1908; 2 c. 
Dec. 30, 1907.) [4774 

Lindenthal (H. M.) & 
son, Chicago, 111. 
Afterglow (The). (G 17S94, Jan. 2, 
1908.) [4775-477S 

Hazed. (G 17S90, Jan. 2, 1908.) 
Reveries. (G 17S93, Jan. 2, 190S.) 
Yours truly. (G 17S95, Jan. 2. 1908.) 
2 c. of each Jan. 31, 1908. 

Linehan-Loveland com- 
pany, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Boston chamber of commerce, mem- 
bers. (F 60233, Dec. 6, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 6, 1907.) [4779 

Linfoot (A.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Her first solo. (F 61970, Jan. 20, 
1908.) [4780-47S9 

In the wheat field. (F 61968, Jan. 

20, 1908.) 
Latest edition. (F 61969, Jan. 20, 
1908.) 

Morning dip. (F 61965, Jan. 20, 
1908.) 

Picnic (The) (F 61971, Jan. 20, 
1908.) 

Repairing done while you wait. (F 
61964, Jan. 20, 1908.) 



Linfoot (A.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Simply delicious. (F 61966, Jan. 20. 
1908.) 

Tale of the leaves. (F 61967, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Writing to papa. (F 61963, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Yum Yum. (F 61972, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

Long (Patrick E.), Fred- 
erick, Md. 
Hotel Braddock, Braddock Heights, 
Md. [1-8] (H 105731-105738, Jan. 
31, 1908.) [4790^797 

Lowell (John A.) bank 
note co., Boston, Mass. 
Mount Aetna. (F 59897, Nov. 23, 1907; 
2 c. Nov. 25, 1907.) [4798 

Lowell (Percival), Flag- 
staff, Ariz. 
Lowell expedition to the Andes. Pho- 
tographs of Mars. 1-4. (H 10502S- 
105031, Jan. 11, 1908: 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1908.) [4790-4802 

Lynch (M.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Approaching storm. (F 61998, Jan. 
20, 190S.) [4S03-4S08 

Harvesting the wheat. (F 61995, 

Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Morning. (F 61996, Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Old Venice. (F 62000, Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Twilight. (F 61997, Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Water carriers. (F 61999, Jan. 20, 

190S.) 

Maas colortype co., Chi- 
cago. 111. 

Kittenish. ( F 6245S, Feb. 3, 1908 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 24, 1908.) [4S09 

Mandeville & King co., 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Superior flower seeds. (G 17976, Jan. 

2, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1907.) [4810 

Marble (Mary A.), Mill- 
bury, Mass. 
Chickens (The). (H 105827, Jan. 17, 
1908.) [4811 

Marceau (Theo. C), New 
York, N. Y. 
Gould (Mrs. George J.) 1-15. 

[4812-4831 

and Mrs. F. L. Pruyn group. 1-6. 

(H 105753-105772, Jan. 27, 1908.) 

Mariner (Geo. E.), La 
Ot*oss(* Wis 
La Crosse, Wis. '[1-4] (F 62037- 
62040, Jan. 22, 1908.) [4S32^S35 



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Martin (Henry A.), Am- 
bler, Pa. 

Marshall (John), chief justice. (F 
61723, Jan. 16, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1908.) [4836 

Martin (J.), Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

Great presidents of the United States. 
(G 17975, Jan. 15, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1907.) [4837 

Meek company, Coshocton, 

Ohio. 

Apple blossoms. (G 18052, Feb. 1, 

1908.) [4838^841 

Automobiling. (G 17995, Jan. 23, 

1908.) 
Madeline. (G 17996, Jan. 23, 1908.) 
Sunshine belt to the Orient. (G 
17915, Dec. 21, 1907.) 

Melies (George), Paris 

France. 

Good luck of a souse. (H 105105, Jan. 

15, 1908.) [4842^845 

Humanity through ages. (PI 105980, 

Feb. 7, 1908.) 
Justinian's human torches. (H 105981, 

Feb. 7, 1908.) 
King and the jester. (H 105104, Jan. 

15, 1908.) 

Mendoza (I. P.), London, 
England. 
Mill stream; by Camille Fonce. 

[4846, 4847 

Pastoral ; by Camille Fonce. 

(F 61072, 61073, Dec. 28, 1907; 
2 c. of each Dec. 21, 1907.) 

Merchants publishing co., 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Always faithful. (F 62398, Feb. 1, 

1908.) [4848-4882 

Are you coming? (F 62420, Feb. 1, 

1908.) 
Before Sunday school. (F 62402, Feb. 

1, 1908.) 
Bud and blossoms. (F 62419, Feb. 1, 

1908.) 
Comrades. (F 62407, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Daisies. (F 62415, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Dig for it. (F 62395, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
First lesson. (F 62399, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Fish story. (F 62392, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Flower of the family. (F 62396, Feb. 

1, 190S.) 
Get a bite. (F 62416, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
He wont be late. (F 62412, Feb. 1, 

1908.) 
Hide and seek. (F 62421, Feb. 1, 

1908.) 



Merchants publishing co., 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 

How grandpa told the time. ( F 62409, 

Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Hush! (F 62403, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
If a body meet a body. ( F 62408, Feb. 

1, 1908.) 
In full bloom. (F 62414, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Keepin' house. (F 62424, Feb. 1, 

1908.) 
Nerve of him. (F 62397, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Not for sale. (F 62418, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Old mill. (F 62391, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Papa's coming. (F 62405, Feb. 1, 

1908.) 
Papa's letter. (F 62413, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Purity. (F 62422, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Question (The). (F 62411, Feb. 1, 

1908.) 
Reflection. (F 62423, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Reverie. (F 62410. Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Run away. (F 62394, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Safe from punishment. (F 62404, 

Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Shall I? (F 62417, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Speak for it. (F 62400, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Sunday morning in colonial days. (F 

62401, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Telephone girl. (F 62425, Feb. 1, 

1908.) 
Twilight. (F 62406, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Volunteer guard. (F 62393, Feb. 1, 

190S.) 

Millar (W. B.), Chicago, 
111. 
Seventh church of Christ, Scientist, 
Chicago. (F 61892, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

[4883 
Miner (H. C.) lithograph- 
ing co., New York, N. Y. 
Get the hook. 2-sh. 13955. (G 17934, 
Dec. 28. 1907.) T4S84 

Minott (Geo. L.), Gard- 
ner, Mass. 
Templeton inn, Templeton, Mass. (G 
17043, Sept. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1908.) [4885 

Mitchell (Edw. H.), San 

Francisco, Cal. 

Indian papoose. [4886, 4887 

Standing Bear, Sioux Indian chief. 

(G 18083, 18084, Feb. 4, 1908.) 

Mitchell (John J.) CO., 
New York, N. Y. 
American fashions, January, 1908. A, 
B. (F 62159, 62160, Jan. 27, 1908; 
2 c. of each Jan. 15, 1908.) 

[4888, 4889 



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Moffat, Yard & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Eternal answer. (F 59544, Nov. 12, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1908.) [4890 

Montreal standard, Mon- 
treal, Canada. 
Hood (Violet), the most beautiful 
girl in Canada. (H 105611, Jan. 29, 
1908.) [4891 

Montross (N. E.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Sheep shearing, by Horatio Walker. 
(H 105982, Feb. 7, 1908.) [4892 

Moore (Frank B.), New 
Orleans, La. 
New Orleans terminal co. slip and 
docks, Chalmette, La. (H 105648, 
Jan. 30, 1908.) [4S93 

Moore (Mrs. Ruth Nicho- 
las), Chicago, 111. 
Anticipation. (H 105544, Jan. 24, 
1908.) [4894-4897 

Meditation. (H 105543, Jan. 24, 1908.) 
Realization. (H 105545, Jan. 24, 

1908.) 
Sunshine. (H 105542, Jan. 24, 190S ; 
2 c. of each Dec. 28, 1907.) 

Morse (William A.), 
Merrimac, Mass. 
Whittier (John G.), poet, at thirty. 
(H 105267, Jan. 18, 1908; 1 c. Dec. 

26, 1907; 1 c. Jan. 3, 190S.) [4S9S 

Morton (Verne), Groton, 

N. Y. 

Herd of Holsteins. 5223. (H 105997, 

Feb. 7, 1908.) [4S99-4901 

Holstein cattle. 5234. (H 10599S, 

Feb. 7, 1908.) 
Holstein cows. 1673. (H 105996, Feb. 
7. 190S.) 

Moslyn (Tom), London, 
England. 

Christ in the wilderness. (F 59869, 
Nov. 22, 1907; 2 c. Oct. 26, 1907. 

[4902 

Muller (Ghas. A.), New 

York. N. Y. 
Good hope. (H S9600, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

[4903 

Muller (Enrique), Brook- 
lvn, N. Y. 
Evans (Admiral) 35, 36. (H 105431, 
105432, Jan. 23, 1908.) [4904-1933 

Japanese war vessels. 18, 19. (H 
100705, 100706, Oct. 9, 1907.) 

On board a war vessel. 37-39. (H 
105414, 105412, 105413, Jan. 23, 
1908.) 



Muller (Enrique), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
U. S. fleet of war vessels. 15-17, 20- 
22,3-13. (H 100702-100704, 100707- 
100709, 100711-100721, Oct. 9, 1907.) 

30-34. H 105426-105430, Jan. 23, 

1908.) 

Vermont (U. S. S.) Side view. S13. 
(H 82917, Sept., 20, 1906.) 
2 c. of each Jan. 25, 1908. 

Musical courier company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Tetrazzini's arrival in New York. 
1-6. (H 105819-105824, Feb. 3, 
1908.) [4934-4939 

New York evening tele- 
gram (New York herald 
company, Jersey 
City. N. J. 
Book taught Bilkins. (F 01692, Jan. 
14, 1908. 1 [4940-4961 
(F 62033, Jan. 22, 190* 

(F 62266, Jan. 28, 190S.) 

(F 62506, Feb. 5, 1908.) 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. (F 
61S35, Jan. 17. 1908. j 

(F 61906, Jan. 20, 1908 

(F 62156, Jan. 25, 190S.) 

( F 62254, Jan. 27. 1906 

(F 62429, Feb. 1, 1908.) 

(F 62455, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

(F 62589, Feb. 8, r 

Pilgrim's progress. (F 61702, Jan. 

___!', F 62032, Jan. 22, 1908 

(F 62288, Jan. 29, 1! 

(F 62532, Feb. (i, 11 

Puggy Poodle. (F 01771, Jan. 16, 
1908.) 

(F 62106, Jan. 2! 

(F 62356, Jan. 31, 1908.) 

(F 62568, Feb. 7, ions., 

Wisdom of Wiseheimer. <F 61905, 
Jan. 20, 1908.) 
! (F 62255, Jan. 27, 190G 

(F 62456, Feb. 3, 190S.) 

New York herald com- 
pany, Jersey City, N. J. 
Adventures of the Angle family. (F 

62357, Jan. 31, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 

190S.) [4962^991 
(F 62533, Feb. 6, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 

8, 1908.) 
Ba-ba. (F 61703. Jan. 16. 190S: 2 c. 

Jan. 17. 190S.) 
(F 61767, Jan. 16, 190S; 2 c. Jan. 

25, 1908.) 
(F 62359, Jan. 31, 190S; 2 c. Feb. 

1, 190S.) 
j (F 62366, Jan. 31. 190S: 2 c. Feb. 

S. 1908.) 



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nos. 6-9, Feb., 1908 



New York Herald com- 
pany, Jersey City, 
N.J. 
Buster Brown. (F 61760, Jan. 16, 

1908; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1908.) 
(F 61705, Jan. 16, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 

25, 190S.) 
(F 62363, Jan. 31, 190S; 2 c. Feb. 

1, 190S.) 
(F 62390, Jan. 31, 190S; 2 c. Feb. 

8, 1908.) 
Fluffy Ruffles. (F 61758, Jan. 16, 

1908; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1908.) 
(F 02107, Jan. 24, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 

25, 1908.) 
(F 62364, Jan. 31, 190S ; 2 c. Feb. 

1, 190S.) 
(F 62534, Feb. 6, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 

8, 1908.) 
Jnnibo Junior. (F 61764, Jan. 16, 

190S; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1908.) 
(F 61768, Jan. 16, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 

25, 1908.) 
(F 62362, Jan. 31, 190S ; 2 c. Feb. 

1, 1908.) 
. (F 62369, Jan. 31, 190S : 2 c. Feb. 

8, 190S.) 
Little Nemo in Slumberland. (F 

61759, Jan. 16, 190S ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 

1908.) 
(F 61766, Jan. 16, 190S ; 2 c. Jan. 

25, 1908.) 
(F 62358, Jan. 31, 190S : 2 c. Feb. 

1, 1908.) 
(F 62365, Jan. 31, 1908: 2 c. Feb. 

8, 1908.) 
Monkey shines of Marseleen. (F 

61761, Jan. 16, 190S : 2 e. Jan. 17, 

190S.) 
(F 61769, Jan. 16. 1908; 2 c. Jan. 

25, 1908.) 
(F 62360. Jan. 31. 1908: 2 e. Feb. 

1, 190S.) 
(F 62367, Jan. 31, 190S : 2 c. Feb. 

8, 1908.) 
Terrors of the tiny tads. (F 61762, 

Jan. 16, 190S ; 2 c. Jan. 17. 1908.) 
(F 61770, Jan. 16. 1908: 2 e. Jan. 

25. 1908.) 
(F 62361. Jan. 31. 1908: 2 c. Feb. 

1, 1908.) 
(F 6236S, Jan. 31, 190S : 2 e. Feb. 

8, 190S.) 

Newton (William Ed- 
ward), Oberlin. Ohio. 
King (Henry Churchill). (H 105620. 

Jan. 29. 1908.) [4992 

Nichols (A. M.), Harwich, 
Mass. 
First R. R. train from Boston to 

Orleans 1864. (H 105270. Jan. 20. 

190S.) [4993 



Nichols (Arthur J.), St. 
Clairsville, Ohio. 
St. Clairsville. Ohio, views. (H 105025, 
Jan. 11, 1908.) [4994 

Nightingale (Ernest J.), 
Louisville, Ky. 
Bear in mind. (F 61511, Jan. 8, 
1908; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1907.) [4995 

Nutting (Wallace), South- 
bury, Conn. 
Almost ready. (H 10500i. Jan. 9, 

1908.) [4996-5006 

Asleep after plav. (H 104996, Jan. 9, 

1908. ) 
Between the blossoms. (H 104992, 

Jan. 9, 1908.) 
Chimney corner. (II 104994, Jan. 9, 

190S. ) 
Christmas pie. (H 104999, Jan. 9, 

190S.) 
From the top shelf. (II K»-1997, Jan. 

9,1908.) 
Mother of the Revolution. (H 104995, 

Jan. 9, 1908.) 
New cap. (H 105002, Jan. 9. 1908.) 
Selection (The) (H 105000, Jan. 9, 

1908.) 
Tea Maid. (IT 104998, Jan. 9. 1908.) 
Watering place. HI 104993, Jan. 9. 

1908.) 

O'Bolger (T h o m as), 
Rochester, N. Y. 

Leaders of the United Irishmen. 
1798 and 1S03. (G 17960, Jan. 17, 
190S: 2 c. Jan. 9. 190S.) [5007 

Olson (W. O.). Alex- 
andria, Minn. 
Alexandria. Minn.. Lake Andrews. 

14. 15. (H 105867. 105868, Feb. 5, 

1908.) [500S-5023 
Lake Burgan. 1. (H 105854, 

Feb. 5. 1908.) 
Lake Carlos. 8-10. (H 105S61- 

105S63. Feb. 5, 190S.) 
Lake Darling. 11-13. (H 

105864-105866. Feb. 5. 190S.) 
Lakes Darling and Carlos, com- 

ing through channel between. 3. 

(H 105856, Feb. 5, 190S.) 
Lake Ida. Sandy point at Wic-i- 

up club. 2. (H 105S55. Feb. 5, 

1908.) 
Lake L'Homme Dieu. 4-6. (H 

105857-105*59, Feb. 5, 190S.) 
Lake Victoria, view from Sylvian 

home. 7. (H 105860. Feb. 5. 190S.) 
Lake Winona. Beautv spot. (H 

105869, Feb. 5, 1908.) 



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pt. rv, n. s., v. 3 



Olsson (J. F.), & co., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard square. 

[5024, 5025 

Harvard college, East yard. 

(H 105978, 105979, Feb. 7, 1908.) 

Omaha daily news, Omaha, 
Nebr. 
Bryan (Win. J.) in sitting position. 
(H 105915, Feb. 6, 1908.) [5026 

Ongman (C. S.), Chicago, 
111. 
Oscar II. 's (H. M. Konung) sista fard. 
(H 106109, Feb. 10, 190S.) [5027 

Osborne companv, New 
York, N. Y. 
Joys of life. [7, 8.] (F 01092, 61093 
Dec. 28, 1907.) [5028-5032 

Memories, 2* bv 4f. (F 62280, Jan. 
28, 1908.) 

Over the 'phone. (H 105600, Jan. 2S, 
190S.) 

When the ice is on the river. (H 
105601, Jan. 28, 1908.) 

Otis lithograph company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Belle of Richmond. (G 18003, Jan. 
27, 190S; 2 c. Jan. 25, 190S.) 

[5033-5037 

Kerr's (C. H.) big musical fun show. 

(G 17674, Dec. 11, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 

14, 1907.) 

Premier of fun. (G 174GS, Nov. 21, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 9, 190S.) 

(G 17943, Jan. 13, 190S ; 2 c. Dec. 

25, 1907.) 
Rays (The) (G 17407, Nov. 21, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 14, 1907.) 

Otto (J.), Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

Alarm (The) (F 61934, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

[503S-5050 
Balky horse. (F 01937, Jan. 20, 190S.) 
Delightful diversion. (F 61929, Jan. 

20, 1908.) 
Don't interfere with the cook. (F 

61938, Jan. 20, 190S.) 
From producer to consumer. (F 61939, 

Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Man behind the gun. (F 61935, Jan. 

20, 190S.) 
Mother's cares. (F 61940, Jan. 20, 

190S.) 
Prize winning herd. (F 61936, Jan. 

20, 190S.) 
Say, did you lay dis egg? (F 61930, 

Jan. 20, 190S.) 



Otto (J.), Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

Sharing baby's breakfast. (F 61928, 

Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Showing the winner. (F 61932, Jan. 

20, 1908.) 
Summer pastime. (F 61933, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Telling the fortune. (F 61931, Jan. 

20, 1908.) 

Outing pub. co., Deposit, 
N. Y. 
Indian in his solitude. [5 prints] 
(F 61741-01745, Jan. 15, 190S; 2 c. 
of each Jan. 6, 190S.) [5051-5055 

Pach bros., New York, 
N. Y. 
Tiffany (Louis C.) 11 bv 14. S5918, 
A, B. [5056^5059 

cabinet. S5918, C, E. H 105461- 

105464, Jan. 24, 1908.) 

Packard (Edw. H.), Bos- 
ton. Mae 
Be ve therefore ready also. (F 61739, 
Dec. 30, 1907.) [5060-5079 

Brighten up. (F 61728, Dec. 28, 1907.) 
Can the Lord depend on you. (F 

61731, Dec. 28, 1907.) 
Come unto Me. (F 016S6, Jan. 14, 

190V i 
F<a- we must all appear. (F 61727, 

Dec. 2S. 1907.) 
For wo walk bv faith. (F 61740, Jan. 

14. 1908; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1907.) 
God is love. (F 61725, Dec. 28, 1907.) 
Harvest is past. (F 01730, Dec. 28, 

1907. ) 
Hope. (F 61724, Dec. 28, 1907.) 
I am the Way. (F 01737, Dec. 30, 

1907.) 
Listen to the words of Jesus. (F 

61738, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
Now. (F 61729, Dec. 28, 1907.) 
Question of the hour. (F 61736, Dec. 

30, 1907.) 
Kejoice, O young men. (F 616S7, Jan. 

14, 190S.) 
Repent. (F 61732, Dec. 2S, 1907.) 
Search the Scriptures. (F 61734, Dec. 

30, 1907.) 
Striking a bargain. (F 616S5, Jan. 14, 

190S.) 
Yerilv, verily. (I' 61726, Dec. 28, 

1907.) 
What is your record with God? (F 

61735, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
What's vour average. (F 61733, Dec. 

28, 1907.) 



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79 



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Palmer (Frank), Spokane, 

Wash. 

Washington, Clarkston Valley. (H 

105077, Jan. 13, 1908.) [5080-5082 
Washington, where the waters come 

tumbling down in Stevens co. (H 

105078, Jan. 13, 1908.) 

— (H 105564, Jan. 27, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 28, 1908.) 

Parfitt (William), Goshen, 
Ind. 

Prize winners; in the Elkhart county 
corn contest held at Goshen, Ind., 
Nov. 30, 1907. (H 105434, Jan. 15, 
1908.) [5083 

Parker (Surry), Pine 
Town, N. C. 
Steam logging scene. 100-131. (F 
62324-62355, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

[50S4-5115 

Parrish (W. J.), Denver, 
Colo. 

Dinah Shadd II. (F 62507, Jan. 6, 
1908; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1908.) [5116 

Pauler (Harry D.), Spring- 
field, 111. 

Deneen (Charles S.) Governor of 
Illinois, A, B. (H 105435, 105436, 
Jan. 22, 190S ; 2 c. of each Dec. 10, 
1907.) L3117, 511 S 

Peabody (Henry G.), Pasa- 
dena, Cal. 
Chariot race. (H 104990, Jan. 9, 190S ; 
2 c. Jan. 8, 190S.) [5119 

Peckham (Chas. W.), 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Dowden (Capt. James), master Bark 
Progress. (H 105039, Jan. 30, 
1908.) [5120 

Pennypacker publishing 

company, Asbury Park, 

X. J. 

Asbury Park, N. J., ideal resort by the 
sea. (F 60S66, Dec. 20, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec. 10, 1907.) [5121 

Perry (Eugene A.), Mai- 
den, Mass. 
Perry pictures. Bost. ed. 1, 2S, 35, 40, 
51, 73, S6, 110, 314 J., 503, 795, 
S15, SSS C, 1095, 1130, 3513-3516, 
3518^3520. (F 61772-617S1, 61784- 
6178S, 61S03-61809, Jan. 3, 1907.) 

[5122-5184 

Extra size. 35, 262, 314 J., 499, 

500, 671, 509, 700, SS7, 816, 1294. (F 
61823-61S33, Jan. 3, 1908.) 

— X. Y. ed. 35, 113, 500, 560 H., 707, 
801, 888 C, 1332, 1425 B., 1425 F. 
(F 61814-61822, 61S34, Jan. 3, 190S.) 



Perry ( Eugene A. ) , Mai- 
den, Mass. 
Perry pictures. Small size. 888 C, 74 
B., 35. ( F 61811-61813, Jan. 3, 1908. ) 

560 C, 560 P., 1172, 1255 B., 

1270 B., 1389 C, 1389 H., 1947-1955, 
560 E. (F 61782, 61783, 61789- 
61802, 61810, Jan. 3, 1908.) 
2 c. of each Jan. 2, 1908. 

Pesha (L.), Marine City, 
Mich. 
Melancholy davs have come. (H 
105218, Jan. IS, 1908.) [5185 

Pickands-Magee co., Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 
History of heating. 7-12. (F 62485- 
62490, Feb. 5, 1908.) [5186-5191 

Pittsburg photo-engraving 
company, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Westmoreland countv court house. (F 
61684, Jan. 14, 190S.) [5192 

Powell (Mrs. H. A.), White 
Plains, X. Y. 
White Plains, X. Y., old court house. 
(H 105337, Jan. 21, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 
1, 190S.) [5193. 

Prentiss (Mrs. C. K.), Xew 
Orleans, La. 
Madonna of the sack. (H 105541, 
Jan. 25, 190S.) [5194 

Prince (Geo.), Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
Bryan (Hon. Wm. Jennings), 18 by 
22 [1, 21. (H 105102, 105103, Jan. 
14, 190S.) [5195-5202 

Hughes (Charles E.), cabinet, 1, 2. 
(H 105345, 105346, Jan. 14, 1908.) 

S bv 10. (,H 105347-105350, Jan. 

20, 190S.) 

Providence lithograph com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
Saul chosen king. 2f bv 2&. 

[5203, 5204 
Temperance lesson. 2-| by 3f. 

(G 17973, 17974, Jan. 17, 1908.) 

R. & G. corset company, 

Xew York, X. Y. 

R. & G. girl. 6-12. (F 62023, 62024, 

Jan. 21, 190S: 2 c. of each Jan. 11, 

190S; F 625S0-625S4, Feb. 7, 190S.) 

[5205-5211 

Raje (Thor), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
Albert (Gehl) and Elsie David concert 
and theatrical poster. (F 61075, 
Dec. 28, 1907 ; 2 c. Xov. 27, 1907.) 

[5212 



80 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Rau (William H.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Mayflower (U. S. S.), President and 

others on board. 26003-26006. (H 

105372-105375, Jan. 21, 1908.) 

[5213-5219 
Mississippi (U. S. S.) 26027. (H 

105916, Feb. 6, 1908.) 
Pacific fleet leaving Hampton Roads, 

flagship Connecticut leading. 26002. 

(H 105371, Jan. 21, 1908.) 
Philadelphia, Pa. Panorama from 

Land title building. 2651-A. (H 

105834, Jan. 31, 190S ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 

1908.) 

Rawls brothers. Colum- 
bia, S. C. 
Weaving fancies. (II 105027, Jan. 11, 
1908. [5220 

Reed (K P.) it co., 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Reed (E. P.) & co., Rochester, N. Y.. 
compliments. (P 622S7, Jan. 29, 
1908.) [5221 

Reich (Jacques), New 
York, X. Y. 
Jackson (President Andrew). (F 
62275. Jan. 28, 1908; 2 C. Jan. 31, 
1908.) ^ [5222 

Reid (F. L.), Norfolk, Va. 

Mount Vernon, residence and tomb of 
Washington. <<; 18105, Feb. 7, 
190S; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1908.) [5223 

Reyes (P. V.) Avalon, 
Cal. 
Santa Catallna Isl., Cal., marine gar- 
dens. (II 105594, Jan. 21. 190* 

[ 5224 
Rhine (Mrs. Emma F. 
Patten-), Mount 
Vernon. X. Y. 
Junior order United American me- 
chanics. Charter and certificate of 



membership. 

31, 190S.) 



(F 62384, <;2:5s5, Jan. 
I 5225-5229 



Order United American Mechanics. 

Charter. (F 62383, Jan. 31, 1908.) 
United American mechanics. With- 
drawal card and certificate of mem- 
bership. (F 62386-62387, Jan. 31, 
1908.) 

Rich (Frederick Dorr), 

Rochester. X. Y. 

Cattle coming down a country lane. 

[5230. 5231 
Scene alone: the banks of a river. (H 
105268,105269, Jan. 20, 190S.) 
Rieck (E. W.), Albany. 
X. Y. 
Christmasville, a good boy's reward. 
(H 105730, Jan. 31, 190S.) [5232 



Ritchie brothers, Centra- 

lia. 111. 

Awaiting Easter dawn. A. — Easter 

greetings. F, G. — Easter morn. B, 

C. — Easter tidings. D. — My Easter 

bunnies. E. 1-5239 

(H 1053S0-1053S6, Jan. 22. 
2 c. of each Jan. 29, 1908.) 

Robbins (Harry I.), 7 
ton. Mas 
Surf boat drill. 1-9. (H 105806- 
105S14, Feb. 3, 190S.) [5240-5248 

Roberson travel lectures, 
Walden, X. Y. 
Drilling under great difficulties. 

[5249-5252 
Empire, showing type of American 
buildings. 

Sides of canal bed. 

Steam shovel at work Empire cut. 

(II 105182-105185, Jan. 17, 1908.) 

Roesch (Louis), San 
Francisco. Cal. 
Yacpieros roping a California grizzly. 
(G 1S031, Jan. :;<». 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908.) [5253 

Hose company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Ten commandments. First-Tenth. (F 
62059 62068, Jan. 2:;, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Jan. 16, 1908.) 

Etoseborougb (A. L.), 

Gardiner, Mont. 

Old Faithful g< II 106272, Jan. 

20, 1908.) [5264 

Rusk (John W.), Haines 
Falls. N. Y. 
Hall's studio. (II 104991, Jan. 9, 
1908.) [5265 

sackett vV- Wilhelms co., 

New York. N. Y. 

Birthday greeting. (G 18028, Jan. 30, 

1908.) [5266-5282 

Bright eyes. . F 62314, Jan. 30, 1908.) 

Bye-bye. (F 62315, Jan. 30. 1908.) 

Dainty Dora. (G 18026, Jan. 30, 
1908.) 

Fascinating. (G 18023, Jan. 30, 1908.) 

Florists pride. (G 18029, Jan. 30, 
1908. i 

Golf girl. (G 18020, Jan. 30, 1908.) 
Her choice. (G 1S027. Jan. 30, 1908.) 
Princess Charming. (<; 18024, Jan. 

30, 190S.) 
Reward (The) (F 62313, Jan. 30, 

1908. ) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



81 



nos. G-9, Feb., 1008 



Sackett & Wilhelms co., 

New York, N. Y. 

Study in blue. (G 18025, Jan. 30, 

1908.) 
Sweet innocence. (F 62318, Jan. 30, 

1908.) 
Sweets to the sweet. (F 62317, Jan. 

30, 1908.) 
Symphony in pink. (G 18021, Jan. 30, 

1908.) 
Waiting. (F 62316, Jan. 30, 1908.) 
Wistful. (G 18022, Jan. 30, 1908.) 
Yellow beauties. (G 18030, Jan. 30, 

1908.) 

Sanders (P.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Can you take a bint? (F 62605 Feb. 
7, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1908.) 

[5283-5287 

Coney Island, N. Y., night scene of 

Surf ave. (F 62319, Jan. 30, 1908.) 
I lay them at your feet. (F 62607, 

Feb. 7, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1908.) 
I'm going to pop it. (F 62608, Feb. 7, 

1908; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1908.) 
Will you accept this? (F 62606, Feb. 

7, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1908.) 

Schloss bros. & co., Bal- • 
timore, Md. 
Autumn. (F 62021, Jan. 21, 1908.) 

[5288-5290 
Summer. (F 62020, Jan. 21, 1908.) 
Winter. (F 62022, Jan. 21, 1908.) 

Schmidt (John Robert), 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Harmon (Judge Judson), of Cincin- 
nati. (H 1051S0, Jan. 17, 1908.) 

[5291 

Schmidt lithographing co., 
San Francisco, Cal. 
Bunch of apples. (F 625S6, Feb. 8, 
1908.) [5292 

Schneider (Otto J.), New 
York. N. Y. 
American girl. (F 61213, Dec. 31, 
1907.) [5293 

Schwartz (C. Will), Ot- 
tumwa, Iowa. 
Baby found her mother on the golden 
shore. (F 625S7, Feb. 8, 1908.) 

[5294 

Scott and Van Altena, 
New York, N. Y. 
For liberty. (PI 105751, Jan. 31, 
1908.) [5295, 5296 

For the red, white and blue. (H 
105751, 105752, Jan. 31, 190S.) 



Scurlock (A. N)., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
White (Clarence C.) (H 105816. 
Feb. 3, 1908.) [5297 

Sheahan (Maurice T.), 

Brookline, Mass. 

Coming of the baby. (F 61598, Dec. 

18, 1907.) [5298-5303 

I don't love nobody. (F 62588, Feb. 

8, 1908.) 

My valentine. (F 62047, Jan. 23, 

1908.) 
! Two souls with but a single thought. 

(F 62048, Jan. 23, 1908.) 
Will you let me be the tail to your 

valentine kite. (F 62049, Jan. 23, 

1908.) 

Xmas. Compliments of the season. 
(F 61599, Dec. 18, 1907.) 

Shonk (Chas. W.), May- 
wood, 111. 
Gypsy girl. (G 17926, Jan. 10. 1908; 
2 c. Dec. 31, 1907.) [5304 

Shultz (Lewis Albert), 
Wilkinsburg, Pa. 
Shulsie and Sponsie. (F 62311, Jan. 
29, 1908.) [5305 

Simpson (Nellie P.), Ka- 
huna, Wash. 
Kalama, Wash., from Globe, Oregon. 
(H 101591, Oct. 24, 1907.) 

[5306-5308 

Northern Pacific railwav ferry Ta- 
coma. (H 101589, Oct. 24, 1907.) 

On the lower Kalama. (H 101590, 
Oct. 24, 1907; 2 c. of each Jan. 13, 

1908.) 

Sloan (C. A.), Duluth, 
Minn. 
Duluth, Minn.. 1907. (H 105130, Jan. 
16, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1908.) [5309 

Smith (A. T. E.), Woon- 
socket, R. I. 
Dauray (Rev. Fr. Charles). 

[5310, 5311 
•Precious Blood convent, Mother Supe- 
rior. 

(H 105835, 105836, Feb. 1, 1908; 2 
c. of each Jan. 20, 1908.) 

Smith (Erwin E.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
L. S. Bronco Buster. (H 105011, Jan. 

9, 190S.) [5312-5317 
Matador Bronco Buster. (H 105013, 

Jan. 9, 1908.) 
Matador Bronco Buster at work. (H 
105012, Jan. 9, 190S.) 



82 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Smith (Erwin E.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Red Saunders of three circle fame 
saddling a bronco. (H 105014, Jan. 
9, 1908.) 

Smith (Erwin E.), cowboy artist. (H 

105010, Jan. 9, 1908.) 
Sun-fisher. (H 105065, Jan. 11, 1908.) 

Smith (Melford I.), 
Boulder, Colo. 
Boulder Nederland stage. (H 105351, 
Jan. 21, 1908.) [5318 

Somerville, (City of), 
Somerville, Mass. 
Soldiers' monument, city of Somerville, 
Mass. (H 100760, Oct. 10, 1907; 2 
c. Sept. 30, 1907.) [5319 

Sommers (P.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

After the bath. (F 61978, Jan. 20, 

1908.) [5320-5331 

Amongst her pets. (F 619S0, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Farmyard lunch party. (F 61975, 

Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Fido's first lesson. (F 01976, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Good morning. (F 61984, Jan. 

1908.) 
Ideal pasture. (F 61974, Jan. 

1908.) 



20, 
20, 
20, 



20, 



(F 61977, Jan. 

(F G1979, Jan. 

(F 61981, Jan. 20, 

(F 61973, Jan. 20, 



Labors of spring. 

1908.) 
Nature's mirror. 

190S.) 
On- the Speedway. 

1908.) 
Right on the job. 

1908.) 
Swell mount. (F 619S2, Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Wilst du brod haben. (F 61983, Jan. 

20, 1908.) 

Spencer (Geo. W.)i Rock- 
well City, Iowa. 
Amateur photographer. [5332, 5333 
Smallpox patient. 

(H 105032, 105033, Dec. 18, 1907.) 

Spencer (Harold C.),Win- 
sted, Conn. 
Gilbert school, commercial department. 
(F 61719, Jan. 15, 1908.) [5334 

Spurr (E. Willard), 

Waterloo, Iowa. 

Rose (The). Who said chicken. 

[5335, 5336 
(H 99933, 99932, Sept. 21, 1907; 
2 c. of each May 27, 1907.) 



Standard scenic com- 
pany, Meadville, Pa. 
[Stereoscopic photographs.] 
Baited hook. 3221. (H 104596, Dec. 
30, 1907.) [5337-5345 

Boulder, Colo. 3405. (H 104593, Dec. 
30, 1907.) 

Buffalo, N. Y. 3403, 3404. (H 104591, 
104592, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Canton, Ohio. McKinley Memorial 
day, 1907. 3406, 3407. (H 104594, 
104595, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Iowa (U. S. battleship). 3402. (H 
104499, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Kearsarge (U. S. Man-of-war). 3400. 
(H 104497, Dec. 30, 1907.) 

Minnesota (U. S. battleship). 3401. 
(H 10449S, Dec. 30, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Jan. 2S, 1908. 

Stanley works, New Brit- 
ain, Conn. 
Her first ball. (F 62281, Jan. 28, 
190S.) [5346 

Stebbins (Nathaniel L.), 

Somerville, Mass. 

North Carolina (U. S. S.) 18406, 

1S40S, 18410. 18414, 1S416. (H 

105084-14 15088, Jan. 13, 190S: 2 c. of 

each Jan. 23, 1 90S.) [5347-5351 

Stewart (Frank), Silver- 
hill. Ala. 
Woodbound (The). (H 105831, Feb. 
5, 1908.) [5352 

Stiles (Chas. L.), Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 
Ideal coach horse. (F 61522, Jan. S, 
1908.) [5353 

StraW (Howard P.), 

Cleveland. Obio. 

Cummins (Hon. Albert Baird). (F 

61676, Jan. 13, 1908.) [5354-5356 

Harmon (Hon. Judson). (F 61746, 
Jan. 16, 1908.) 

Hughes (Hon. Cbarles Evans). (F 
61747, Jan. 16, 1908.) 

Strobridge lithographing 
company. Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 
[Posters] 
N. Y. 12634, N. Y. 12647, N. Y. 12648. 
(G 1747S, 174S4, 174SS, Nov. 22, 
1907; 2 c. of each Jan. 2, 1908.) 
[5357-5365 

N. Y. 12663, N. Y. 12664. (G 17793, 
17794, Dec. 19, 1907; 2 c. of each 
Jan. 2, 190S.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



83 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 1908 



Strobridge lithographing 
company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 
[Posters] 
N. Y. 12668, N. Y. 12669. (G 17795, 
17798, Dec. 19, 1907; 2 c. of each 
Jan. 27, 1908.) 
N. Y. 12678, N. Y. 12679. (G 17984, 
17990, Jan. 20, 1908; 2 c. of each 
Jan. 27, 1908.) 

Stroud (W. J.), Rock 

Springs, Wyo. 

Big Sheep mountain. 1-3. (H 105787- 

105789, Feb. 1, 1908.) [5366-5381 

Deer of the mountain. (H 105792, 

Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Downs' peak. (H 105796, Feb. 1, 

1908.) 
Elk of the plains. 1, 2. (H 105794, 

105795, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Garfield I., overlooking the valley. (H 

105797, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Mountain sheep at rest. (H 105786, 

Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Mountain sheep in danger. (H 105785, 

Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Rocky mountain glacier. 1-3. (H 

105782-105784, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Spout falls, Four mile cascades. (H 

105793, Feb. 1, 1908.) 
Watchful buck. (H 105791, Feb. 1, 

1908.) 
Wild cat feasting. (H 105790, Feb. 1, 
1908.) 

Sullivan (Cornelius F.), 

Boston, Mass. 

Sullivan's punch. (H 92376, April 6, 

1907; 2 c. Apr. 12, 1907.) [53S2 

Swan (James), Seymour, 

Conn. 

Albert Swan memorial. (F 62158, 

Jan. 27, 1908.) [5383 

Sweet bros., Minneapolis, 

Minn. 

Johnson (John A.) (H 105870, Feb. 

5, 190S.) [5384, 5385 

Johnson (Mr. and Mrs. Gov. J. A.) 

H 106111, Feb. 10, 1908.) 

[Throssel [Richard], Crow 

Agency, Mont. 

Alone on the prairie. 6802. (H 77019, 

May 8, 1906.) [5386-5409 

Camp life. 6897. (H 102979, Nov. 25, 

1907.) 
Camp in the mountains. 6860. (H 

102954, Nov. 25, 1907.) 
Camp scenery. 6S96. (H 102978, Nov. 

25, 1907.) 
Cheyenne home. 6894. (H 102976, 

Nov. 25, 1907.) 



[Throssel [Richard], Crow 
Agency, Mont. 
Cheyenne lodge. 6880. (H 102967, 
Nov. 25, 1907.) 

Cheyenne maiden. 6905. (H 102985, 
Nov. 25, 1907.) 

Curley. 6957. (H 102990, Nov. 25, 

1907.) 

Deserted home. 6849. (H 98745, Aug. 

24, 1907.) 

Evening in the gap. 6862. (H 

102956, Nov. 25, 1907.) 
Evening on the little Big Horn. 6882. 

(H 102969, Nov. 25, 1907.) 
Feathered horsemen. 6993. (H 

102991, Nov. 25, 1907.) 

Future Cheyenne warrior. 6903. (H 

102983, Nov. 25, 1907.) 
Haranguer. 6S68. (H 102959, Nov. 

25, 1907.) 

Here lives the Crow. 6837. (H 

102992, Nov. 25, 1907.) 

Home of tbe Plainsman. 6S91. (H 

102975, Nov. 25, 1907.) 
Leaving the camp. 6887. (H 102973, 

Nov. 25, 1907. 
Little Wolf. 690S. (H 102988, Nov. 

25, 1907.) 
Medicine man's daughter. 6870. (H 

102961, Nov. 25, 1907.) 
Medicine tobacco dance. 6899. (H 

102980, Nov. 25, 1907.) 
Sentinel (The). 6884. (H 102970, 

Nov. 25, 1907.) 
Two Moons. 6909. (H 102989, Nov. 

25,1907.) 
Up Pry or canyon. 6S61. (H 102955, 

Nov. 25, 1907.) 
Warriors. 6886. (H 102972, Nov. 25, 

1907.) 

2 c. of each Jan. 6, 190S. 

Tiny tads company, New 

York, N. Y. 

All your troubles. (F 62277, Jan. 28, 

1908.) [5410-5412 

Diabolo is lots of fun. (F 62278, Jan. 

28,1908.) 
Such a rush. (F 62276, Jan. 28, 1908.) 

Tipton (W. R.), Colorado 
Springs, Colo. 
Panorama of Colorado Springs. (H 
100596, Oct. 5, 1907: 1 c. Oct. 5, 
1907; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1908.) [5413 

Tobin (Jeanette A.), Los 

Gatos, Cal. 

Album leaves. Novelty valentines. 

[1-3] (F 62262-62264, Jan. 11, 

1908; 2 c. of each Jan. 27, 1908.) 

[5414-5416 



84 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Todd (J. J.), Wichita, 
Kans. 
Mona, the lily pond mermaid. (EL 
106083, Feb. 10, 1908.) [5417 

Toronto lithographing 

company, Toronto, 

Canada. 

Birds of prey. (G 17958, Jan. 16, 

1908; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1908.) [5418 

Tribune company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Danny dreamer. (F 62271, Jan. 28, 

1908.) [5419-5423 

(F 62495, Feb. 5, 1908.) 

Mrs. Dingle's diary. (F 62269, Jan. 

28, 1908.) 
Old Opie Dilldock's stories. (F 62270, 

Jan. 28, 1908.) 
(F 62496, Feb. 5, 1908.) 

Trumbull (Richard J.), 

Chicago, 111. 

Shakespeare on draw poker. [1-S] 

(F 61618-61620, 61622-61826, Nov. 

19, 1907; 2 c. of each Dec. 21, 1907.) 

[5424-5431 

Underbill (Irving), Jer- 
sey City, N. J. 
Evening post building. E. 331. (II 
94344, May 22, 1907; 2 c. July 5, 
1907.) [5432 

Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York, 
N. V. 
[Stereoscopic photographs.] 

U 25S24. (H 10392::. Dec. 20, 1007; 
1 c. Dec. 20, 1907; 1 c. Jan. 15, 
190S.) [5433 

U 49098, V 94066, U 99966, U 112518, 
U 112522, D 112523, U 112526, U 
112530. (H 105057-105064, Jan. 11, 
190S: 2 c. of each Jan. 13, 1908.) 

U 9S017, U 99730. U 87324. ( H 105K >7- 
105109, Jan. 15, 1908; 2 c. of each 
Jan. 16, 1908.) 

U 49240, U 37387, U 56128, U 70087, 
(H 105133-105130. Jan. 16, 190s.) 

U 112571. (H 105181, Jan. 17, 1908.) 

U 41022, U 45864, U 58176, U 58350, 
U 58S19, U 58828, U 59255, U 50355. 
U 59457, U 59459, U S9193, U 89194, 
U 89197, U 89200, U S9202, U 89204, 
U 89302, U 92255, U 92642, U 92838, 
U 96575, U 107S14, U 112561, V 
112562, U 112570, U 6117S, U 67472. 
(H 105219-105245, Jan. IS, 1908.) 

U 57572, U 112560. (H 105290, 105291, 
Jan. 20, 190S.) 

U 100455, U 112520. (H 105352, 
105353, Jan. 21, 1908.) 



Underwood & Under- 

wood, New York, 

X. Y. 

[Stereoscopic photographs.] 

U 80932, U S3761, U 96814, U 101263, 

U 104502, U 112186, U 112539, A 

29775. (H 105404-105411, Jan. 23, 

190S.) 
U 28785, I' 28786, U 50665, U 59175, 

U S4600, U 967S9, U 103347. (H 

105453-105459, Jan. 24, 190S.) 
U 9S529. (H 105562, Jan. 27, 1908.) 
U 112615. (H 105604, Jan. 28, 190S.) 
IT 26998, U 97238, U 112124, U 112127, 

U 112584. (H 105613-105617, Jan. 

29, 1908.) 
U 112574, U 112575, U 112595, U 

112600. (H 105052-105055. Jan. 30, 

190s. ) 
U 40304, U 100145, U 112608. (H 

105779-105781, Feb. 1, 190S.) 

j 150, U 38687, U 38905, U 57S20, 

r 103800, U 112572, U 112573. (H 

105799-105805, Feb. 3. 190S.) 
r 48608, D 58189, U 59081, U 99449, 

r 112559. (II 0'.-,s:' > 7-li)5S41, Feb. 

5. 1908.) 
I 50477, U 50701. U 507S9, U 57768, 

U 577s:;. r 577^9. U 10442:;. U 

104430, D 104431, U 112104. U 

112557, U 112564. (II 105! >s4- 

106995, Feb. 7, 1908; 2 c. of each 

Feb. s, 1908.) 
F 112605. (II 100027, Feb. 8, 1908.) 

United s :ib>s lithograph 
company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 
[Posters] 
Male character, seated and letter bill. 
(G 16780, Sept. 7, 1907.) 

I 
3-12. 340. 1114!>. 11150. (G 17953- 

17950. Jan. 1.",. 1908.) 
347. 348, 11013, 11095, 11121, 11145, 
11140. (G 17977-179*3, Jan. 20, 
1908.) 
1 1 1 74-1 1 1 S3. ( G 1S004-1S013, Jan. 27, 

1908.) 
11124, 11113, 11144, 11159. (G 1S015- 
1S01S, Jan. 29, 1908.) 

University press, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 
Henry IV. part II; Arthur Rackhan. 
(F 62585, Feb. 8, 190S.) [5561,5562 
Henry VIII. F. C. Cowper. (F 
61693, Jan. 15, 190S.) 

Up-to-date novelty shop, 
Chicago, 111. 
Archery. (G 17957. Jan. 13, 190S.) 

[5563 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



85 



nos. G-9, Feb., 190S 



Van Hook (Frank), Dar- 
Iington, Wis. 
Darlington, Wis., old courthouse. (H 
105403, Jan. 10, 1908.) [5564-5568 
— — Pecatonica river. 1-4. (H 105- 
399-105402, Jan. 10, 1908.) 
2 c. of each Dec. 23, 1907. 

Yitagraph company of 

America, New York, 

N. Y. 

Comedy of errors. (H 105775, Feb. 1, 

1908.) [5569-5577 

Cowboy elopemeut. (H 105166, Jan. 

17, 1908. 
Farmer's daughter. (H 105647, Jan. 

30, 1908.) 
Galvanic fluid. (H 105646, Jau. 30, 

1908.) 
House to let. (H 105774, Feb. 1, 

1908.) 
Mashing the masher. (H 1060S1, Feb. 

10, 190S.) 
Sold again. (H 105593, Jan. 28, 

190S.) 
Thieving hand. (H 105165, Jan. 17, 

1908.) 
Too much champagne. (H 1060S0, 

Feb. 10, 1908. ) 

Yoss (A. G.), Chicago, 111. 
Artist's friends. (F 62512, Jan. 22, 

190S; 2 c. Feb. 1, 190S.) 

[557S-55S5 
Meadowbrook hunt. (F 62509, Jan. 

22, 190S.) 
Miss Texas. (F 02510, Jan. 22, 1908.) 
New England home. (F 62514, Jan. 

22, 190S.) 
October days. (F 62511, Jan. 22, 190S; 

2 c. Feb. 1, 1908.) 
thoroughbreds. (F 6250S, Jan. 22, 

190S; 2 c. Feb. 1, 190S.) 
Venice. (F 62286, Jan. 29, 190S). 
Victor (The). (F 62513, Jan. 22, 

190S; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1908.) 

Yredenburg & co., Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 
Climax plum. (G 1S056. Feb. 3, 190S.) 

[55S6-5593 

Cosmos. (G 1S061, Feb. 3, 190S.) 

■ Dicentra (Dielvtra) Spectabilis 

[bleeding heart]. (G 1S060, Feb. 3, 

190S. ) 

Digitalis. [Foxglove]. (G 18059, Feb. 

3, 1908.) 
Croup of Aquilegias [Columbine] (G. 

1S062, Feb. 3. 1908.) 
Shiro plum. (G 1S055, Feb. 3, 190S.) 
Sultan plum. (G 1S057, Feb. 3, 190S.) 



Yredenburg & co., Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 
Yoik St Lancaster rose. (G 18058, 
Feb. 3, 1908.) 

Wagner (Philip M.), 
Sheboygan, Wis. 
Ice monster; formed at Lake Michi- 
gan shore, Sheboygan, Wis. 

I 5594, 5559 
Valley on Pigeon river, in the vicinity 
of Sheboygan, Wis. 

(H 1(15718, 105719, Jan. 31. 1908. 
Walter (Ernst F.), Ho- 
boken, N. J. 
Fort Comfort Inn resort. (H 105293, 
Jan. 20, 1908.) [5596 

Wathena Portland Cement 

company. Wathena, 

Kans. 

Lover's Lane, St. Jo. 1-1 2. (F 

62074 62085, Jan. 21, 190S ; 2 c. each 

Jan. 13, 190S.) 7-5608 

Weitlich (Richard), Stur- 
geon Bay, Wis. 
Sturgeon bay seen from the bridge. 
(H 105271, Jan. 13, 1908.) [5609 

Welles (Frank J.), 
Greenwood Lake, N. Y. 



1 Bait catchers. 



(H 105152. Jan. 16, 
[5610-5613 
(H 105153, Jan. 16, 



190S.) 
Chapel Island. 

1908. 1 
Question of propriety. (H 105150, 

Jan. 16, 1908.) 
Sugar Loaf mountain, view from. (H 

105151, Jan. 16, 1908.) 

Whisler (H. A.), Den- 
ver, Colo. 
I've got the habit too. (H 105558, 
Jan. 25, 190S ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 190S.1 

[5614 

White (H. C.) company, 
North Benning- 
ton. Vt. 
41. 



(H 105548, 
[5615-5618 
105549, Jan. 25, 

40. (H 105547, 



Country highway. 

Jan. 25. 1908.) 
Sunset. 222. (H 

190S.) 
Vermont winter. 

Jan. 25, 1908.) 
Wildwood. 43. (H 105546, Jan. 25, 

190S.) 

Whitehead & Hogg com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. 
Admiral. (F 62467. Feb. 4, 1908.) 

[5619-5633 
At the fountain. (F 61642, Jan. 13, 
190S.) 

Chief tan. (F 62463, Feb. 4, 1908.) 



86 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Whitehead & Hogg com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. 
Continental colonel. (F 62465, Feb. 

4, 1908.) 
Flora. (F 62056, Jan. 23, 1908.) 
Hauling out the logs. (F 62058, Jan. 

23, 1908.) 
Mandarin. (F 62466, Feb. 4, 1908.) 
Mother's pride. (F 62057, Jan. 23, 

1908.) 
Professor. (F 62464, Feb. 4, 1908.) 
Safety. (F 62274, Jan. 28, 1908.) 
Queen of the road. (F 62272, Jan. 28, 

1908.) 
Thorough-breds. (F 62055, Jan. 23, 

1908.) 
Viola. (F 62054, Jan. 23, 1908.) 
West Point cadet. (F 62468, Feb. 4, 

1908.) 
Young farmer. (F 02273, Jan. 28, 

1908.) 

Whiting brothers, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 
Christiania, Norway, Carl-Johan street 
and Kiug's palace. 2014. (H 

103057, Nov. 27, 1907.) [5634-5636 
King Haakon and Queen Maud, etc., 

Norway. 2013. (H 103056, Nov. 
27, 1907.) 
Sogne, Norway, serpentine road lead- 
ing down into Naerodal. 2017. (H 

103058, Nov. 27, 1907.) 

2 c. of each Jan. 28, 1908. 

Williams (E.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Best that grows. (F 61927, Jan. 20. 

1908.) [5637-5657 

Can't be beat. (F 61920, Jan. 20, 

190S.) 
Fair harvester. (F 61915, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Faithful friend. (F 61913, Jan. 20, 

190S.) 
Finishing touch. (F 61917, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Good night ! (F 61914, Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Happy fisherman. (F 61922, Jan. 20, 

190S.) 
Have some more, Carlo? (F 61926, 

Jan. 20, 1908.) 
It's good! Have a slice? (F 61907, 

Jan. 20, 1908.) 
My Teddy bear's prayer. (F 61918, 

Jan. 20, 190S.) 
Pleasant news. (F 6190S, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Pleasant surprise. (F 61912, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 



Williams (E), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Ready for baking. (F 61910, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Time for a chat. (F 61911, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Time for Dolly's bath. (F 61924, Jan. 

20, 1908.) 
Very serious case. (F 61923, Jan. 20, 

190S.) 
Visions of housecleaning. (F 61925, 

Jan. 20, 1908.) 
What shall I play next? (F 61919, 

Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Why fish are scarce! (F 61916, Jan. 

20, 190S.) 
Winter sport. (F 61921, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Young merchants. (F 61909, Jan. 20, 

1908. ) 

Williams (Howard L.), 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Three jacks. (II 100026, Feb. 7, 1908; 
2 c. Jan. 30, 1908.) [5658 

Williams (L. F.), Spirit 
Lake, La. 
Unusual catch. (H 105999, Feb. 7, 
1908.) [5659 

Williamson (Henry A.), 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Grand united order of Odd Fellows. 

Membership certificate. (G 17992, 

Jan. 21, 1908; 1 c. Jan. 21. 1908 

1 c. Jan. 29, 1008.) [5660 

Wilson (R. M.), North- 
field, Mass. 
East Northfield, Mass., auditorium. 
I (H 1051S9, Jan. 7, 1908.) [5661 

Wirth (K.), Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

Day in autumn. (F 619S6, Jan. 20, 

1908.) [5662-5671 

Early spring. ( F 61988, Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Feeding the chicks. (F 61991, Jan. 20, 

190S.) 
In old Holland. (F 619S9, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
In the meadow. (F 61990, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
Love's young dream. (F 61993, Jan. 

20, 190S.) 
Moonlight on the deep. (F 61994, Jan. 

20, 190S.) 
Ready for the morning ride. (F 61987, 

Jan. 20, 190S.) 
When the day is done. (F 61992, Jan. 

20, 1908.) 
Windmills at Zaanvoort. (F 61985. 

Jan. 20, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



87 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 1908 



Wolf (Geo. A.), Wilming- 
ton, Del. 

Wilmington, Del., birdseye view. (F 
61845, Jan. 7, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1908.) [5672 

Wood (Otis F.), New 
Brighton, N. Y. 
Bub he's always to blame. (F 62006, 
Jan. 20, 1908.) [5673-5687 

— (F 62180, Jan. 27, 1908.) 

— (P 62444, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

Mary and her little lamb. (F 62003, 
Jan. 20,-1908.) 

— (F 62178, Jan. 27, 1908.) 

(F 62441, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

Nicodemus Napoleon James Crow, 

Esq. (F 62005, Jan. 20, 1908.) 
Sambo and his funny noises. (F 

62002, Jan. 20, 1908.) 
(F 62176, Jan. 27, 1908.) 

— (F 62440, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

Simon Simple. (F 62179, Jan. 27, 
1908.) 

— (F 62443, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

Wags, the dog that adopted a man. 
(F 62004, Jan. 20, 1908.) 

— (F 62177, Jan. 27, 1908.) 

— (F 62442, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

Worden (W. E.), San 
Francisco, Cal. 
San Francisco, Cal. Columns of the 
ruins of City hall. (H 100354, Sept. 
30, 1907.) [5688-5690 



Worden (W. E.), San 
Francisco, Cal. 
San Francisco, Cal. Hotel Fairmount, 
view, with poles and wires also 
debris from foreground removed. 
(H. 105378, Jan. 22, 1908.) 

Ruins of Towne residence. (H 

100353, Sept. 30, 1907.) 

Wright (Arthur), Graf- 
ton, W. Va. 
Grafton bank and trust co. (H 
105073, Jan. 13, 1908; 2 c. Oct. 7, 
1907.) [5691 

Wright (E. A.), bank note 
company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Dont you need new clothes too. (F 
62046, Jan. 23, 1908.) [5692 

Young (Joseph H.), Ober- 

lin, Kans. 

Berry (Roy.) 1-3. [5693-5698 

Dozebaba (Joe), our good Bohemian 

friend. 
Only remaining sod school house in 
Decatur county, Kansas. 1, 2. (H 
105246-105251, Jan. 18, 1908.) 

Young (L. A.), Chardon, 
Ohio. 
Mexican wood-hauler. 3£ by 5£ in. 

[5699, 5700 

Prospectors (The) 3i by 5£ in. (H 

105193, 105194, Dec. 13, 1907; 1 c. 

of each Dec. 13, 1907; 1 c. of each 

Jan. 8, 190S.) 



Summary statement of deposits, received and credited, included in the Cata- 
logue since January 1, 1908. 

Number of entries of Engravings, Cuts and Prints, completed by deposit— 2211 

Number of entries of Chromos and Lithographs, completed by deposit 479 

Number of entries of Photographs completed by deposit 2671 



29855—08- 



CLASS I. FINE ARTS 



Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law witn 
applications for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs 
intended to be perfected as works of the fine arts. Arranged in monthly alphabets by 
proprietors with subalphabets of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title Is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
the receipt of one copy is always omitted when the one copy has been received on the 
dav of entry. The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read : Copy- 
right by Abraham & Straus, Brooklyn, N. Y. Class I, XXc, no 24438, January 25, 
1908 ; 1 photograph received January 25, 1908. 



Abraham & Straus, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Violets. An immense bouquet of vio- 
lets. (I 24438, Jan. 25, 1908.) 

[5701 
American show print com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Cattle exhibition. Poster drawing. (I 
24540, Feb. 10, 1908.) [5702-5708 

Cattle heads, prize winners. Poster 

drawing. (I 24541, Feb. 10, 1908.) 
Cowboy and girl. Poster drawing. 

(I 24545, Feb. 10, 1908.) 
Cowboy, Indian maid and Heavy. 
Poster drawing. (I 24542, Feb. 10, 
1908.) 
General fair scene. Poster drawing. 

(I 24544, Feb. 10, 1908.) 
Horse exhibition on fair grounds. 
Poster drawing. (I 24546, Feb. 10, 
190S.) 

Man with two horses. Poster draw- 
ing. (I 24543, Feb. 10, 190S.) 

Armstrong (Benjamin L.), 

New London, Conn. 

Two blue ribbon Angora kittens, by 

K. Sperlich. Two kittens in a flower 

garden. (I 24178, Dec. 31, 190-7: 1 

ph. Jan. 29, 190S.) [5709 

Arthur (James), Detroit. 

Mich. 

Autumn. Young woman in peasant 

costume holding large pumpkin. (I 

24509, Feb. 6, 1908.) [5710-5716 

Bathing girl. Full figure of girl in 

bathing costume, sitting on a rock. 

(I 24503, Feb. 6, 1908.) 
Beach girls. Two girls arm in arm 

walking along beach. (I 24504, Feb. 

6, 1908.) 
Champion (The) young woman with 

golf stick held across her shoulder. 

(I 24506, Feb. 6, 190S.) 



Arthur (James), Detriot, 
Mich. 
Cherries. Young woman in lace dress 
holding bunch of cherries. (I 
24505, Feb. 6, 1908.) 
Piiding girl. Young woman in loose 
riding coat and soft riding hat. (I 
24507, Feb. .6, 1908.) 
Watching for the winter. Young 
woman in yachting costume stand- 
ing on deck of yacht, holding marine 
glasses. (I 24508, Feb. 6, 1908; 
1 ph. of each Feb. 7, 190S.) 
Atlas assurance company, 
ltd., San Francisco, Cal. 
xVtlas; statue by G. M. Cummings. 
Figure of kneeling Atlas with globe 
on his back, partially draped. (I 
24324, Dec. 16, 1907; 1 ph. Jan. 2, 
1908.) [5717 

Barnes-Crosbv company, 
Chicago, 111. 
L 2530 ; L 2533-2543 ; L 2545-L 2550. 
(I 24333-24350, Jan. IS, 1908.) 

[5718-5735 
Bengough (Win.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Mortgage paid ; elderly lady and gen- 
tleman being congratulated by 
lawyer. (I 24449, Jan. 28, 190S.) 

[5736-5737 
Two's company : young man seated, 
another enteriiis: door, young lady 
standing. (I 24448, Jan.*2S, 190S.) 
Black (H.) company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
[5 wash drawings illustrating women's 
fashions.] (I 24353, Jan. IS, 1908; 
I 24458, 24459, Jan. 29, 190S : I 
24472, 24473, Feb. 3. 190S.) 

[573S-5742 
Blenuer (Carle J.), 
New York, N. Y. 
Opals : light haired woman in even- 
ing dress before dresser. (I 24450, 
Jan. 28, 190S.) [5743 

89 



90 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Braun, Clement & co., 
Paris, France. 
Zwischen pflicht und liebe. Nude 
female figure kneeling before a nude 
man. (I 24510, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

[5744 

Brown & Bigelow, St. 

Paul, Minn. 

Against odds; by S. Brackett. Three 

kittens gazing eagerly into crock 

of milk on table, mouse in middle 

of milk. (I 24309, Jan. 16, 1908.) 

[5745-5766 

American queen; by Harrison Fisher. 
A regally formed woman, hair worn 
high. (I 24420, Jan. 25, 190S.) 

Flora, by Allan Gilbert. A girl show- 
ing a cupid's bow mouth. (I 24421, 
Jan. 25, 1908.) 

Bobby; by R. Linder. Head of pony, 
white spot on neck, face is white 
from forehead to nose, bridle has 
double bit. (I 24310, Jan. 16, 190S.) 

Entering port; by Marshall Johnson. 
Large sailing vessel, with all sails 
well filled is entering port, white 
caps pile up in front of her. (I 
24306, Jan. 16, 1908.) 

Fond memories, by L. Moeller. Old 
white haired ladv In old fashioned 
arm chair. (I 24425, Jan. 25, 1908.) 

Gertrude, by Allan Gilbert The left 
side and back of young girl, sweet 
mouth, saucy nose, dreamy eyes & 
dark hair. (I 24424, Jan. 25, 1908.) 

Kathryn, by Allan Gilbert. A rather 
slender oval face with wavy hair. 
(1 24423, Jan. 25, 1908.) 

Lindsay girl, by J. Arthur. Beauti- 
ful girl in evening dress standing 
by table and mirror. (I 24430, Jan. 
25, 1908.) 

Mildred, by Allan Gilbert. Girl's face, 
wears large straw hat, hair curls. 
(I 24426, Jan. 25, 190S.) 

Miss Fluffy, by Harrison Fisher. Tall 
slender girl wearing large hat with 
plumes. (I 24429, Jan. 25, 190S.) 

New England homestead; by Carl 
Weber. A carelessly kept over- 
grown road leading up to cottage. 
(I 24422, Jan. 25, 1908.) 

Nibble (A) ; by Jean Paleologue. 
Holland scene, small Dutch baby 
sitting on wall of dyke by her 
brother who is fishing, a dog stands 
at his right. (I 24311, Jan. 16, 
1908.) 



Brown & Bigelow, St. 
Paul, Minn. 
Ocean's mirror; by Alfred Thompson 
Bricher. Expanse of water, smooth 
and glass like, low beach in fore- 
ground, small row boat in water. 
(I 24308, Jan. 16, 1908.) 

Phyllis, by C. Warde Taylor. The 
profile head of girl wearing a square 
cut, low neck gown. (I 24419, Jan. 
25, 1908.) 

Purity, by Albert Lynch. Head and 
shoulders of young girl, hair deco- 
rated with flowers. (I 24418, Jan. 
25, 190S.) 

Race for life; by R. Linder. Three 
wild horses, two black and one 
white, are endeavoring to escape 
their pursuers and show great 
fatigue. (I 24312, Jan. 16, 1908.) 

Return of Miles Standish; by J. L. G. 
Ferris. Low, beamed ceiling room 
of a Puritan dwelling, surprised 
faces turned towards Miles Stand- 
ish. (I 24307, Jan. 16, 1908.) 

Saturday, by Witkowski. Snub nosed, 
round face boy. holding fishing pole. 
(I 24427, Jan. 25, 190S.) 

Spring, by E. Vernon. Girl with 
daisies In <>no arm and a Grecian 
urn in the other. (I 24417, Jan. 25, 
1908.) 

Trystlng place; by Antonio Torres. 
Foliage forms background for head 
bust of a girlish figure, large soft 
brimmed hat trimmed with thr< 
trieh tips. (I 24301, Jan. 16, 190S.) 

Wounded lioness, by W. H. Drake; 

lioness holding up one paw showing 
great pain and anger. (I 24428, 
Jan. 25, 1908.) 

Bniuer (Arnold), New 
York, N. Y. 
Those were the happy days. In cen- 
ter of design is heart, around which 
is a series of bas-reliefs. (I 24464, 
Feb. 1, 1908.) [5767 

Campbell, Metzger & Ja- 
cobson, New York, N. Y. 
Bather (The) Beautiful young wom- 
an standing in surf, holding rope. 
(I 24395, Jan. 23. 1908. [576S-5777 

Bride (The) Beautiful young woman 
attired in white and wearing a white 
veil. (I 24501, Jan. 29, 1908.) 

\ Cousins. Little boy and girl wearing 
wooden shoes and old fashioned cos- 
tumes kissing. (I 2449S. Jan. 29, 

I 1908.) 



FINE ARTS 



91 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 1908 



Campbell, Metzger & Ja- 
cobson, New York, N. Y. 

Dr. Stork. Birds nest on top of chim- 
ney, two nude babies in nest, stork 
stands beside them. (I 24497, Jan. 
29, 1908.) 

Evening prayer. Little girl, two dolls, 
Teddy bear and hobby horse kneel- 
ing at bed. ( I 24396, Jan. 23, 1908. ) 

Old oaken bucket. Beautiful young 
woman at well pouring water out of 
old bucket. (I 24320, Jan. 16, 1908.) 

Sailing close. Young man and young 
woman seated in launch, young 
woman holds wheel, man's chin rest- 
ing on her shoulder. (I 24319, Jan. 
16, 1908.) 

Spectator (The) Half length figure 
of beautiful and stylishly attired 
young woman holding stick. (I 
24500, Jan. 29, 1908.) 

Sweetheart. Beautiful young woman 
wearing scoop hat and dark furs. 
(I 24501, Jan. 29, 1908.) 

Village cut up. Young woman seated 
in boat mending net, young man 
teasing her with rod. (I 24499, 
Jan. 29, 1908.) 

Clausen (William), New 
York, N. Y. 
Sweet carnations: by Henry Tenre, 
head of girl holding carnation. (I 
24447, Jan. 24, 1908.) [577S 

Collier (P. F.) & sons, 

New York. N. Y. 

Circe's palace, by Maxfield Parrish; 

a woman in flowing robes bending 

over a huge basin. (I 24352, Jan. 

18,1908.) [5779-5783 

Expectancy; by Thomas Mitchell 

Peirce, showing woman in decollete 

evening dress. (I 24440, Jan. 27, 

1908.) 
Give me leave ; by Jessie Willcox 

Smith. Little girl with ermine furs. 

(I 24351, Jan. 18, 1908.) 
Pierrot. His valentine: by John Cecil 

Clay. A clown clasping in his arms 

a dainty little lady. (I 24474, Feb. 

4, 1908.) 
Visitor (The) ; by Albert Sterner. A 

woman dressed in outdoor costume 

seated in a chair. (I 24475, Feb. 4, 

1908.) 

Corday & Gross, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
Abashed. Pastel drawing of field 
showing girl with young bull com- 
ing toward her. (I 24398, Jan. 23, 
190S; 1 photo. Jan. S, 1908.) [5784 



Covington (Annette), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Adams (Maud) as Peter Pan. She 
wears white hunting costume with 
fur cap. (I 24431, Jan. 25, 1908.) 

[5785 
Crowell publishing com- 
pany, Springfield, 
Ohio. 
Faster rabbit. Small child feeding a 
big rabbit. (I 24494, Feb. 6, 1908.) 
[5786, 5787 
Little Jap lady. Japanese girl stand- 
ing and holding an open fan. (I 
24493, Feb. 6, 1908.) 

Daprato statuary com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 

Altar in Roman style of architecture, 
supported by six pillars, on each end 
of altar table is an angel. (I 24355, 
Jan. 20, 1908.) [5788, 5789 

Pulpit in Roman style of architecture, 
octagon in shape and in the arches 
are figures in high relief. (I 24356, 
Jan. 20, 1908.) 

Edwards (Harry Clay), 
New York. N. Y. 
Unexpected (The) ; two hunters in 
birch bark canoe coming unexpect- 
edly upon bull moose. (I 24460, 
Jan. 29, 1908.) [5790 

Frazer (S. W.), Boston, 
Mass. 
Boy reading. Boy seated on a box 
reading a book. (I 24530, Feb. 8, 
1908. ) [5791 

Gerwig (Fred A.), Orr- 
ville, Ohio. 
Lord's supper ; Christ and twelve dis- 
ciples at table. (I 24446, Jan. 28, 
190S.) [5792 

Grefe (Will), New York, 
N. Y. 
Dangerous driver : half figure of girl 
in brown coat, reins in left hand. 
(I 24445, Jan. 28, 1908.) [5793, 5794 
Heartless hunter: half figure of girl 
in red hunting coat. (I 24444, Jan. 
28, 1908.) 

Hathaway (Francis Pear- 
sail), New York, N. Y. 
Miss A. Wilson. Fanciful representa- 
tion of a feminine figure wearing a 
fantastic costume. (I 24414, Jan. 
24, 190S.) [5795 

Holt (Winifred), New 
York, N. Y. 
Sinclair (May) ; by Winifred Holt. 
Bas relief of the left profile of head 
and portion of bust, hair piled high 
at back, features clean cut. (I 
24323, Jan. 17, 1908.) [5796 



92 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Hood (John T.), Kearny, 
N. J. 
Passing at sunset; by Thos. B. Hood. 
Two sail boats passing each other. 
(I 24495, Feb. 6, 1908.) [5797 

Kuppenheirner (B.) & co., 
Chicago, 111. 
[4 drawings illustrating men's cloth- 
ing.] (I 24297-24300, Jan. 15, 1908.) 
[5798-5801 

Kuppenheimer, House of, 
Chicago, 111. 
[14 drawings illustrating men's cloth- 
ing.] (I 24400-24413, Jan. 24, 1908.) 
[5802-5815 

Lenz (O. L.), New York, 

N. Y. 

Grief. Monument in shape of an ex- 

hedra cross in center before which is 

reclining a female figure. (I 24553, 

Feb. 11, 1908.) [5816 

Levy (Alex. O.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Gov. Stuyvesant's arrival in New Am- 
sterdam. Gov. Stuyvesant as cen- 
tral figure surrounded by three fol- 
lowers. (I 24490, Jan. 30, 1908. One 
photo. Jan. 21, 190S.) [5817 

Lewis (O. W.)i Barre. Yt. 
Rock-faced sarcophaghi. 90-95. (I 
24313-2431 S. Jan. 4. 1!>0S.) 

[5S1S 5S23 

Life publishing company, 

New York. X. Y. 

Astonishing blindness at times oven of 
the most gifted raconteur; by Orson 
Lowell. Interior of drawing-room 
showing guests bored to death at 
man telling story. (I 24363, Jan. 
21.190S.) [5824,5825 

But there's nothing half so sweet in 
life as love's young dream : young 
man and woman standing close to- 
gether, her head is against his 
shoulder. (I 24471, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

Littig (W. T.) & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
[17 Bird's-eye views of universities, 
colleges, etc., as follows:! 

Bucknell university. (I 2437S. Jan. 

21, 1908.) 
College of the City of New York. (I 

24374, Jan. 21. 1908.) 
Cornell university. (I 24379, Jan. 21. 

1908.) 
Dartmouth college. (I 24372, Jan. 21, 

1908.) 
Harvard university. (I 24375, Jan. 21, 

1908.) 



Littig (W. T.) & co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Lehigh university. (I 24366, Jan. 21, 

1908.) 
Princeton university. (I 24364, Jan. 

21, 1908.) 
Trinity college, Hartford, Conn. (I 

24367, Jan. 21, 1908.) 
University of Chicago. (I 24371, Jan. 

21, 1908.) 
University of Michigan. (I 24369,. 

Jan. 21, 1908.) 
University of North Carolina. (I 

24373, Jan. 21, 1908.) 
Fniversity of Yirginia. (I 24376, Jan. 

21, 1908.) 
University of Wisconsin. (I 24368, 

Jan. 21, 1908.) 
Yassar college. (I 24370, Jan. 21, 

1908.) 
Washington and Lee universitv. (I 

243S0, Jan. 21, 190S.) 
Williams college. (I 24377, Jan. 21, 

190S.) 
Yale university. (I 24305, Jan. 21, 

1908.) 

Moissner & Buck, Leipzig, 
Germany. 

Alpine scene; Oeschinen lake in fore- 
ground, snow-clad summits in back- 
ground. (I 24456, Jan. 29, 1908.) 

[5S43-5S49 

Arcade with groined ceiling; by N. Bar- 
ducci. Between the columns appear 
walls and windows of building facing 
court. (I 24454, Jan. 29, 1908.) 

Ducks sitting and standing; by A. 
Koester, a. group <»f ducks at edge 
of sheet of water. (1 24451, Jan. 
29, 1908.) 

Ducks swimming; by A. Koester, five 
ducks in pond, reeds in background. 
(I 24452. Jan. 29, 190S.) 

Edge of pond: peasant's hut on one 
side, clump of trees on the other. 
i 1 24457, Jan. 29. 1908.) 

Village scene, showing road with wil- 
lows and woman at draft well on 
right. (I 244r.o, Jan. 29. 190S.) 

showing two low buildings with 

chimneys at their ends, tall trees in 
foreground. (I 24453. Jan. 29, 1908.) 
Melchors (Gari), New 
York, N. Y. 

China closet: two figures before closet 
filled with china. (I 24466, Feb. 1, 
1908.) "-5851 

Picardia : life size head of woman with 
bare shoulders, showing sleeve and 
part of chemise. (I 2441;:, Feb. 1, 
1908. ) 



FINK ARTS 



93 



nos. 6-9, Feb., 1908 



Melville (Fraucis B.), Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 
Chief Rain-in-tho-face, the war chief 
of the hostile Sioux ; full face, white- 
tipped war feather. (I 24463, Jan. 
31, 1908.) [5852 

Mitchell (Edward H.), 
Sau Francisco, CaL 
Indian papoose. Indian baby fastened 
in its basket, which is against a 
tree. (I 24477, Feb. 4, 1908.) 

[5853, 5854 

Sioux Indian chief Standing Bear. In- 
dian in a standing position, envel- 
oped in a dark robe. (I 24476, Feb. 

4, 1908.) 

Moller (Ludwig), Liibeck, 

Germany. 

Birkhahnbalz-Heath-cock: by Carl 

Ziimnermann. Two cocks separated 

by a small stream. (I 24331, Jan. 

18, 190S.) [5855-5S59 

Bliihende heide — Blooming heath ; by 
Anna Struck of a trail with a row 
of birch trees on either side. (I 
24332, Jan. IS, 190S.) 

Eifersucht — Jealousy; by Carl Zim- 
mermann of two roe-bucks sprinting 
down a hill. (I 24329, Jan. 18, 
190S.) 

Hirschbrunft-Rut ; by Carl Ziinmer- 
mann of a group of deer. (I 2432S. 
Jan. 18, 1908.) 

Schwarzwild — Black game; by Carl 
Zinimermann of a group of boars. 
(I 24330, Jan. IS, 190S.) 

Morahan (Eugene H.), 
Buffalo. N. Y. 
Dissected skull. Model of human 
skull. (I 24354, Jan. 20, 190S.) 

[5860 

Xast (Thomas), jr., New 

York, X. Y. 

Infantry on a forced march. A little 

boy in uniform, being forced to 

march by his nurse. (I 244S6, Feb. 

5, 1908.) [5S61 

Xewbery (F. S.), New 

York, N. Y. 

Pan. Woodland scene, with torrent 

leaping downward, Pan, when a 

youth, quenching thirst. (I 24394, 

Jan. 23, 1908.) [5S62 

Norris (Francis), Wor- 
cester. Mass. 
Worcester polytechnic institute. 
Birdseye view, showing nine build- 
ings and their roofs. (I 24321, Jan. 
14, 1908.) [5S63 



Ostwald (William), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Mart (Karl). Round memorial 
plaque. (I 24399, Jan. 22, 1908; 1 
photo. Jan. 13, 1908.) [5864 

Peruna drug mfg. co.. Co- 
lumbus, Ohio. 
Sweet memories. Beautiful young 
woman with light, luxuriant hair, 
which falls about her shoulders. (I 
24397, Jan. 23, 1908.) [5865 

Photograph Nche gesell- 
schaft, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Ann meeresstrand : by Peter Janssen. 
A beach, a satyr and nymph are 
coaxing a child to enter the water. 
(1 24358, Jan. 21, 1908.) [5866-5872 

Am waldesrand, by Fritz Ebel. A 
landscape, hillv countrv. (I 24361, 
Jan. 21. 1908.) 

Bright summer's morning; by B. W. 
Leader. River in foreground, trees 
in middleground and hills in dis- 
tance. (I 24442. Jan. 28, 190S.) 

Glacier des Bois im Chamouuix-Tale; 
by Otto von Kamecke. Mountainous 
scenery with rugged peaks, torrent 
dashinsr over rocks. (I 24441, Jan. 
28, 1908.) 

Holtsteinische landschaft; by Fritz 
Ebel. A pond surrounded bv woods. 
I 243C0, Jan. 21, 190S.) 

Morning of the year: by Kemp Welch. 
A mare with colt in an orchard un- 
der a bloomins: tree. (I 24443, Jan. 
28, 190S.) 

Waldinneres, by Fritz Ebel. Interior 
of a wood showinsr rocky slope. (I 
24359, Jan. 21, 190S.) 

Photogravure company of 
America, ltd.. Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Golden Locks and the three bears; by 
Geo. R. Brill. A little girl and 
three Teddv bears. (I 24327, Jan. 
IS, 190S.) [5S73-5S75 

Rainy day in the parlor; by Geo. R. 
Brill showing interior of room and a 
little sirl pourins; water out of a 
hat. (I 24326, Jan. IS. 1908.) 

Terrible moment, by Geo. R. Brill. 
A Teddy bear sitting on the floor 
and a dog ready to jump on it. (I 
24325, Jan. 18, 1908.) 



94 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Pilsbry (A.), Chicago, 111. 
Water pixey, with green skull cap 
and green slip and with gauze like 
wings. (I 24415, Dec. 18, 1907.) 

[5876 

Pustet (Fr.) & co., New 
York, N. Y. 

Christ falls the third time under his 
cross. Group of statuary contain- 
ing five figures, in the foreground 
lies the figure of the fallen Christ. 
(I 24512, Feb. S, 1908.) [5877, 587S 

Cyrenian helps Jesus to carry his 
cross. A group of statuary consist- 
ing of four figures, the central 
figure is Christ bearing a cross. (I 
24511, Feb. 7, 190S.) 

Remington ( Frederic ) , 
New Rochelle. N. Y. 
Figure of the night. Indian on a 
horse on a moonlit snow. (I 
24385, Jan. 23, 190S.) [5S79 

Rollins (Warren Eliph- 

alet), Phoenix, Ariz. 

Grand Canyon, before the white man 

came. Two Indians standing on a 

large overhanging rock. (I 24639, 

Feb. 10, 1908.) [5880 

Rudy bros. co., Pittsburg, 
Pa. 
Knowledge the handmaid of Labor. 
Figure of young man, in shirt and 
trousers, sleeves rolled up, beside 
him female figure typifying Knowl- 
edge. (I 24416, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

[6881 

Rungius (CarH, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Coming to the call. Large bull moose 
in upright position, coming forward 
over crest of hill. (I 24322, Jan. 17, 
1908.) [5S82 

Saint-Gaudens (A. H.), 
Windsor, Vt. 
Head of the Diana; by Augustus St. 
Gaudens. Life size female head, 
terminating at the neck, hair 
knotted high at back of head. (I 
24304, Jan. 16, 190S.) [5883-5887 

Head of the Farragut; by Augustus 
Saint-Gaudens. Life size portrait 
bust of Admiral Farragut terminat- 
ing at the neck, collar partially 
shown, hair brought forward from 
back, cap on head. (I 24303, Jan. 
16,1908.) 

Head of the Shaw ; by Augustus Saint- 
Gaudens. Life size portrait bust of 
Col. Robt. Gould Shaw. On head 
rests soldier's cap. a mustache and 
goatee are worn. (I 24302, Jan. 16, 
1908.) 



Saint-Gaudens (A. H.), 
Windsor, Vt. 
Saint-Gaudens (Mrs. Augustus), por- 
trait bas-relief by Augustus Saint- 
Gaudens. Three-quarters figure; In 
her right hand she holds a bowl of 
flowers. (I 24470, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

Study for a head; by Augustus Saint- 
Gaudens. Life size portrait bust, 
female head, hair is waved, but car- 
ried back where it is coiled in a 
knot rather low at back of head. 
(I 24305, Jan. 16, 1908.) 

Sandes (Aileen M.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Illustrated quotations. [1-9] . (I 
2438(5, 24390-24393, Oct. 30, 1907; 
1 photo, of each Nov. 19, 1907; I 
24387-24389, Nov. 19, 1907; 1 photo, 
of each Nov. 19, 1907 ; I 24496, Feb. 
4. 1!>0S; 1 photo. Dec. 19, 1907.) 

[5888-5896 

Schnitzer i Gebruder), 
Berlin, Germany. 

In the evening. Group of deer rest- 
ing. (I 24489, Jan. 31, 1908.) 

[5S97-5899 

In the morning. Group of deer. (I 
24487, Jan. 31, 1908.) 

Young Christ. In front of a church is 
young Christ standing, holding a 
cross in right hand. (I 24488, Jan. 
31,1908.) 

1 photo, of each Jan. 6, 1908. 

Schreyvogel (Chas.), Ho- 
boken, N. J. 

j Silenced warhoop. Indian sliding off 
pinto horse, other Indians and 
troopers back of him. (I 24461, 
Jan. 30, 1908.) [5900 

Schweizer (J. Otto), Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Ticker (The) Group of figures on 
oval base, gentleman in center sur- 
rounded by horrible creatures. (I 
24467, Feb. 3, 1908.) [5901 

Seamans (F. M.), Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
Autumn. Girl standing under grape 
arbor with bunch of grapes in her 
hands. (I 24492, Feb. 6, 1908.) 

[5902 

Simplex lithograph co., 

New York, N. Y. 

Daffodil design. (I 24436, Jan. 23, 

1908.) [5903-5908 

Iris design. (I 24437, Jan. 23, 1908.) 

Orchid design; grouped. (I 24434, 

Jan. 23, 190S.) 
Rose design. (I 24435, Jan. 23, 190S.) 
Tulip design; grouped. (I 24433, 
Jan. 23, 1908.) 



FINE ARTS 



95 



uos. 6-9, Feb., 1908 



Simplex lithograph co., 
New York, N. Y. 
Violet design. (I 24432, Jan. 23, 
1908.) 

1 photo, of each Jan. 16, 1908. 

Spielvogel (E.), New 

York, N. Y. 

Hansi's abendgebet; by Fritz Grote- 

meyer. A little girl on her knees 

praying, surrounded by dolls. (I 

24481, Feb. 5, 1908.) [5909-5916 

Pare de Merode & Westerloo ; by Pierre 
J. Abatucci. Three prominent trees 
to the left. A big lawn crossed by 
an artificial water body, lake. (I 
24484, Feb. 5, 1908.) 

Puppen Mami; by Fritz Grotemeyer. 
A little girl sitting on a small chair 
playing with doll. (I 24480, Feb. 5, 
1908.) 

Ruelle (Une) Bruge: by Em. Vierin. 
A small narrow street in Bruge. (I 
244479, Feb. 5, 1908.) 

Schwarzwald Zauber ; by Herm. Disck- 
ler. A small farm house between 
two tall trees. (I 24485, Feb. 5, 
1008.) 

Tan wetter; by Frz. Graessel. Early 
spring season. Ducks standing on 
the snow. (I 24483, Feb. 5, 1908.) 

Vieux quai fianiniand. Winter scene. 
Old Flemish street covered with 
snow and ice. (I 24478, Feb. 5, 
1908.) 

Vieux village dans les Ardennes; by 
F. Lewis. A mountain street in the 
Ardennes. (I 24484, Feb. 5, 1908.) 

Tatum (E. H.), Los An- 
geles, Cal. 
Queen of the Pacific. West coast of 
North and South America is formed 
to outline profile of female face. (I 
24357, Jan. 20, 1908.) [5917 

Thompson (Mrs. F. Fos- 
ter), Sioux City, Iowa. 
Sweet cherries; lady in plain white 
dress and broad brim straw hat, car- 
rying basket of cherries. (I 24439. 
Jan. 27, 1908.) [591S 

Trudell (Charles Louis), 
Dubuque, Iowa. 

Dubuque (Julien). Racoon skin cap 
on head, buckskin shirt and rude 
scarf belt about loins. (I 24281, 
Dec. 26, 1907.) [5919-5922 

Monument to Julien Dubuque. On 
original site of vault, mystic seat 
near it, iron fence in foreground. (I 
24284, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

29855—08 4 



Trudell (Charles Louis), 
Dubuque, Iowa. 
Potosa, wife of Julien Dubuque. Rep- 
resented as a squaw, draped in 
squaw attire. (I 24282, Dec. 26, 
1907.) 

Vault of Julien Dubuque, 1810. Shows 
a rude rock affair, overlooking the 
Mississippi river. (I 24283, Dec. 26, 
1907.) 

Unger & Fengler, Ber- 
lin SW., Germany. 
Christus in Gethsemane; by Adolph 
Hering. Christ kneeling with 
clasped hands, to the right are large 
rocks. (I 24468, Feb. 3, 1908.) 

[5923 

Valenkamph (T. V. C), 
East Gloucester, Mass. 
Flying Dutchman. Meeting of an 
English bark with the fantom ship. 
(I 24491, Jan. 6, 1908.) [5924 

Volk (Douglas), Center 
Lovell. Maine. 
Lincoln (Abraham) in 1860; face in 
profile showing the right side, back- 
ground dark. (I 24462, Jan. 30, 
1908.) [5925 

Whitehead & Hoag com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. 
Black to move and win. Old colored 
couple playing checkers. (I 24537, 
Feb. 8, 1908.) [5926-5936 

Contentment: by Theo. Van Sluys. A 
group of sheep. (I 24526, Feb. 8, 

190S.) 

Early autumn pasture. Five cows in 
a pasture, three in foreground. (I 
24534, Feb. 8, 1908.) 

I've got a whopper. Two boys, one in 
act of fishing. (I 24536, Feb. 8, 
190S.) 

His first love. Little boy in overalls 
kissing an equally small girl wear- 
ing a white sun bonnet. (I 24533, 
Feb. 8, 1908.) 

: Old thatched cottage; by Leon Richet, 
An old thatched cottage with 
rustic stairway. (I 24525, Feb. 8, 

| 1908.) 

On the quay: by H. Houbin. Four 
fishermen one of whom is opening 
his net ready to empty the contents 
in a basket. (I 24527, Feb. 8, 1908.) 

Solid comfort. Old negress sitting 
smoking. (I 24538, Feb. 8, 1908.) 



96 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Whitehead & Hoag com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. 

Venetian sunset; by J. Duprat. A 
scene on the waters of Venice, tall 
trees on the shore, along which some 
sail boats are tied. (I 24528, Feb. 
8, 1908.) 

When all nature is in tune, by E. Wal- 
bourne. Girl with apron full of 
flowers standing on the bank of the 
river. (I 24529, Feb. 8, 1908.) 

Young artist. Girl holding Teddy 
bear for boy to draw. (I 24535, 
Feb. 8, 1908.) 

Willet stained glass co., 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Chancel window, by William Willet. 

Four large medallions with scenes 

from life of Christ. (I 24469, Feb. 

3, 1908.) [5937 

Williams (Margaret H.), 
New York, N. Y. 
Lion resting on base designed for 
drinking fountain. Head up, one 
paw extended, the other curved in- 
ward. (I 24382, Jan. 22, 190S.) 

[5938-5939 



Williams (Margaret H.), 
New York, N. Y. 
Lioness resting on a base, designed for 
a drinking fountain. Front paws 
are stretched out in front, head 
turned to one side. (I 24381, Jan. 
22, 1908.) 

Williams (Mrs. William 
A.), Wilmington, N. C. 
Decorated college yell. Pine branch 
and pine cones. (I 24362, Jan. 20, 
190S. 1 ph. Jan. 6, 1908.) [5940 

Wilmarth (Glen George), 
Aldenville, Pa. 
Morning. Girl's head with hair fall- 
ing down her back in a curl. (I 
24384, Jan. 22, 1908.) [5941, 5942 
Pipe dream. Man smoking. Cloud of 
smoke forming girl's head. (I 
24383, Jan. 22, 1908.) 



Number of entries of Fine Arts completed by deposit of 1 photograph each 
and included in the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 190S 5S1 



o 



5943—8091 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
AND OF JUNE 30, 1906 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 3 

Nos. 10-13 

MARCH, 1908 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1908 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS: PHOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 



TWO ALPHABETS. 

I. Containing Class F, Engravings, Cuts and Prints; Class G, Chromos and Litho- 
graphs ; Class H, Photographs. 

II. Containing Class I, Fine Arts (Paintings, Drawings, Statues, Statuary and Models 
or Designs intended to be perfected as works of the Fine Arts). 

The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week, but to avoid the inconvenience 
of a number of small alphabets of different subjects all the entries for Engravings, Cuts 
and Prints, Chromos and Lithographs, and Photographs, completed since the last issue, 
are arranged here in a single monthly alphabet. The entries for Fine Arts will be found 
in a separate alphabet following this. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
receipt of copies is always omitted when the copies are received on the day of entry. 
The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read : Copyright by John Colby 
Abbott, Boston, Mass. Class H, XXc, no. 106631, February 27, 1908 : 2 copies received 
February 27, 1908. 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 



Abbott (John Colby). 
Boston, Mass. 
Belle poule — Flore — Grande-paudore — 
Lace apron — Pannier — Trianon. (6 
photographs. H 106631, 106630, 
106632-106635, Feb. 27. 1908.) 

[5943-5948 
Adams (Joseph), Yin- 
cennes, Ind. 
Our emblematic and historical totem. 
(F 63106, Feb. 27, 1908.) [5949 

Allen (Harry N.), Liver- 
more Falls, Me. 
Lady Dainty. (H 106615, Jan. 24, 

1908.) [5950 

American-examiner, New- 
York, N. Y. 
Dotty Dimple. (F 62625, Feb. 10, 

1908.) [5951-5971 

(F 62764, Feb. 17, 1908.) 

(F 63200, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

Faithful Tige. (F 63202, Mar. 2, 

1908.) 
Happy Hooligan. (F 62627, Feb. 10, 

1908.) 

(F 62763, Feb. 17, 1908.) 

(F 63041, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

Here he is again. (F 62770, Feb. 17, 

1908.) 
His name is Smith. (F 62626, Feb. 10, 

1908.) 

(F 62762, Feb. 17, 1908.) 

Idea of getting fresh. (F 63043, Feb. 

24, 1908.) 



American-Examiner, New- 
York, N. Y. 
Jimmy. (F 62628, Feb. 10, 1908.) 

(F 63042, Feb. 24, 190S.) 

(F 63198, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

Katrina comes over from Germany. 

(F 63197, Mar. 2, 1908.) 
Katzen jammers and the widow's dog. 

(F 62761, Feb. 17, 1908.) 
McGintv wasn't the only one. (F 

62623, Feb. 10, 1908.) 
No use. (F 63199, Mar. 2, 1908.) 
Ship ahoy! (F 63040, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

What can you expect of a little boy. 
(F 62624, Feb. 10, 190S.) 

You know those folding beds? (F 
63039, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

American - journal - exam- 
iner. New York, N. Y. 
Amateur night at Monopoly theatre. 
(F 62759, Feb. 17. 1908.) [5972-6072 

Ambitious mouse. (F 62726, Feb. 15, 

^OS.) 

Brasgo the monk. (F 62727, Feb. 15, 
190S.) 

(F 62896, Feb. 21, 1908.) 

(F 630S5, Feb. 25, 1908.) 

(F 63190, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

Bunch of valentines. (F 62728. Feb. 
15, 1908.) 

Found in the ruins of Wash Ington 
Dee See. (F 63045, Feb. 24, 1908.) 



98 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



12, 1908.) 
14, 1008.) 
17, 1908.) 
19, 1908.) 
25, 190S.) 



11 



American - journal - exam- 
iner, New Tork, N. Y. 
Goat Club. (F G2621, Feb. 10, 1908.) 

(F 62643, Feb. 11, 1908.) 

(F 62656, Feb. 12, 1908.) 

(F 62697, Feb. 14, 1908.) 

(F 62756, Feb. 17, 1908.) 

(F 63143, Feb. 27, 1908.) 

Groucho the monk. (F 62622, Feb. 10, 

1908. ) 
(F 62659, Feb. 

(F 62695, Feb. 

(F 62758, Feb. 

(F 62832, Feb. 

(F 63087, Feb. 

(F 63103, Feb. 26, 1908.) 

(F 63162, Feb. 28, 1908.) 

(F 63196, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

(F 63269, Mar. 4, 1908.) 

(F 63387, Mar. 7, 190S.) 

Hallroom boys. (F 62646, Feb. 

1908.) 

(F 62(579, Feb. 13, 1908.) 

(F 62725, Feb. 15, 190S.) 

(F 62768, Feb. is, 1908.) 

(F 62898, Feb. 21, 1908.) 

(F 63086,. Feb. 25, 1908.) 

(F 63145, Feb. 27, 1908.) 

(F 63191, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

(F 63266. Mar. -I, 1908.) 

(F 63409. Mar. 0. 1908.) 

Heads or tails. (F 63189, 

1908.) 

How Doodlespeck became an anarch- 
ist. (F 63410, Mar. 9. 1908.) 

I see by the papers. (F 62696, Feb. 
14, 190S.) 

Improving the breed-horses. (F 63051, 
Feb. 24, 190S.) 

Kin- Kazooks. (F 62645, Feb. 
1908.) 

(F 0207s. Feb. 13, 190S.) 

(F 62729. Feb. 15, 1908.) 

(F 62873, Feb. 20, 1908.) 

(F 63053, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

(F 63104, Feb. 26, 1908.) 

(F 63163, Feb. 28, 1908.) 



Mar. 2, 



11, 



American - journal - exam- 
iner, New York, N. Y. 
Mrs. Trubbell. (F 63193, Mar. 2, 1908. ) 

(F 63407, Mar. 9, 1908.) 

Money stringency over. (F 63411, 

Mar. 9, 1908.) 
Monopoly Lodge. (F 62660, Feb. 12, 

1908.) 
My dear boy, I'm busted. (F 62767, 

Feb. IS, 1908.) 
(F 62895, Feb. 21, 1908.) 

(F 63084, Feb. 25, 1908.) 

(F 63207, Mar. 4, 1908.) 

New tragedian. (F 62S33, Feb. 19, 
190S. ) 

No wedding bells for Batch. (F 62693, 
Feb. 14. 1908.) 

(F 62830, Feb. 19, 1908.) 

Our antediluvian ancestors. (F 63388, 
Mar. 7. 1: 

Over the bills. (F 63195, Mar. 2, 
1908.) 

Rbyino the monk. (F 62677. Feb. 13, 
1908.) 

(F 63046, Feb. 24, l'.»0S.) 

(F 63114, Feb. 27. r. 

(F 63265, Mar. 4. 1908.) 

(F 63408, Mar. '.». 1: 

Ship aboy. iF 03201, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

Small potatoes suffragettes parade. 
(F 63048, Feb. 24, 190S.) 

When women get their rights. (F 

62831, Feb. 1!). 1908.) 
, p 62871, Feb. 20. 190S.) 

(F 62897, Feb. 21, 1908.) 

<F 63047, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

(F 63049, Fel>. 2 1. 1908.) 

(F 631 01, Feb. 20. 1908.) 



(F 0310O. 
(F 63192, 
(F 63264, 
(F 63347, 
(F 63385, 



Feb. 28, 1908.) 

Mar. 2, 1908.) 
Mar. 4, 190S.) 
Mar. 6. 1908.) 
Mar. 7, 190S.) 



(F 02644, Feb. 11, 



Knocko the monl 
190S.) 

(F 62872. Feb. 20, 1908.) 

(F 63348, Mar. 6, 1908.) 



Whole Peewee family. (F 62620, Feb. 



10, 1908.) 

— (F 62658, 

— (F 02004. 

— (F 02757, 

— i '/ 62829, 

— (F 63050, 

— (F 031 02, 

— iF 63161, 

— (F 63194, 
Mrs. Trubbell. (F 62619, Feb. 10. (F 63268, 

- (F 63386, 



Love will find a way 
6, 1908.) 

Me and my people. 
1908. ) 



(F 63349, Mar. 



(F 63146, Feb. 27, 



1908.) 

— (F 62657, Feb. 

— (F 62870, Feb. 

— (F 63044, Feb. 
(F 63052, Feb. 



Feb. 12. 

Feb. 14. 
Feb. 17, 
Feb. 19. 
Feb. 24, 
Feb. 26, 
Feb. 28, 
Mar. 2. 
Mar. 4, 
Mar. 7, 



1908.) 
1908.) 

1908.) 
1908.) 
190S.) 
190S.) 
1908.) 
190S.) 

190S.) 



12, 190S.) 
20, 1908.) 
24, 1908.) 
24, 1908.) 



Woman's rights. 

1908.) 



(F 62755, Feb. 11 



(F 63159, Feb. 28, 1908.) 



Wouldn't it make yon mad? (F 63270. 
Mar. 4. 1908. ) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, 

nos. 10 13, Mar., 1908 



A.ND PRINTS 



99 



American nmtoscope & bi- 

ograph co., Xew 

York, N. Y. 

Boy detective. (H 107074, Mar. 7, 

1908. i ! 0073-6070 

Princess in the vase. (H 106575, Feb. 

25, 1908.) 
Snowman (The) (H 106282, Feb. 17, 

1008.) 
Yellow peril. (H 100924, Mar. 3, 
3 908.) 

American printing co., 
Fall River, Mass. 
Afternoon tea. (F 62614, Feb. 10, 
190S.) [6077-6079 

Her dress. (F 62613, Feb. 10, 1908.) 
Prond of her work. ( F 62612, Feb. 10, 
1908.) 

American stereoscopic com- 
pany, New York, X. Y. 
A 108272, A 108474, A 108485. (H 
106542-106544, Feb. 21, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Feb. 24, 1908.) [60S0-6084 

A 112104, A 112176. ( II 1 06598, 100599, 
Feb. 26, T90S; 2 c. of each Feb. 27, 
1908.) 

Anderson publishing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Brother and sister. (F 02797. Feb. 18, 

1908; 2 C.Feb. 11, 1908.) [$085-6099 
Colonial ma id. ( F (53250. Ma r. 3, 1908. ) 
Contemplation. (F 63248, Mar. 3. 

190S.) 
Girl drinking. (F 02795. Feb. IS, 

190S; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1908.) 
Indian maid. (F 63252, Mar. 3, 190S.) 
Maid of the sixties. (F 03249. Mar. 3, 

1908.) 
Minuet (The) (F 62800. Feb. IS, 

1908; 2 c. Feb. 11, TgOS.) 
Picture hat. (F 62801, Feb. IS, 190S : 

2 c. Feb. 11, 1908.) 
Priscilla. (F 63251. Mar. 3. 190S.) 
Southern exposure. (F 63247. Mar. 

3, If OS.) 
Summer girl. (F 62799. Feb. 18, 

190S; 2 c. Feb. 11, 190S.) 
Sweet girl graduate. (F 6279S, Feb. 

18, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 11. 190S.) 
Valentine. (F 63245. Mar. 3. 190S. 

Whispering love. (F 62790. Feb. IS, 
190S ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 19< 

Woodland child. (F 63240. Mar. 3. 
190S.) 

Andrews (Mrs. Emille 
Hill). Edinore, X. Dak. 
Edmore, X. Dak., baseball game. (H 
106809, Mar. 2, 1908.) [6100 



Armstrong (Mary E.), 
Brookline, Mass. 
Armstrong (The late Joseph) (F 
- i. Feb. o, 1908.) [6101 

Arnot (Robert), Paris, 
France. 

Lord Byron and Shelly at Geneva. 
(F 62649, Feb. 12, 190S.J 

[6102-6104 
; Salome dancing before Ilerodes. (F 

62650, Feb. 12, 1908.) 
i Shakespeare reciting his Hamlet at 
White Hall. (F 62048. Feb. 12, 
1908.) 

2 c. of each, Feb. 18, 1! 

Associated literary press, 

Xew York. X. Y. 

Muffy Shuffles. (F 03430. Mar 9, 

I 1908.) [6105 

Babberger ( William ) , 

Canon City, Colo. 
From the top of Royal gorge. iH 
106147, Feb. 11, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
lot is. , [6106 

Bailey (O. H.). Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 
Winsted, Conn., bird's eye view. 1908. 
(F 02312, Jan. 30, 1!m»s : 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1908.) [6107 

Bamforth & co., New 

York, X. Y. 
; Ah : That's got it. I II 105898, Feb. 5. 
1908. ' [6108-6132 

i But I struck one chord of music. (H 

105899, Feb. 5. 1!" 
: Crab catcher. (H 105895, Feb. 5. 

190S.I 
I Hold on ! (H 105905, Feb. 5, 1908.) 
How am I to set into these. (H 

J.05S90, Feb. 5, 1908.) 
How's this for a pose. (H 105892, 
Feb. 5. 1908.) 
| Hurry up. (H 105S96, Feb. 5, 1908.) 
It flooded the crimson twilight. (H 

105903, Feb. 5, 1908.) 
It may be that deaths bright angel 
will speak. (H 105S93. Feb. 5, 
190S.) 
It quieted pain. (H. 105900. Feb. 5. 

1908. ) 
Little grandad. (H 105888, Feb. 5, 
190S. ) 

(H 105902, Feb. 5, 



( H 105S84, Feb. 



Morninff exercise. 

190S. ) 
Xow keep quite still. 

5, 1908.) 
Pals ever. (H 105S97. Feb. 5. 1908.) 

Reason whv. (H 105888, Feb. 5. 

1908.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Bamforth & co., New- 
York, N. Y. 
Set him off, Fido. (H 1058S5, Feb. 5, 
1908.) 

She: People say we are engaged. (H 
105906, Feb. 5, 1908.) 

Teaching Polly her ABC. (H 105887, 
Feb. 5, 1908.) 

There's music in the air. (H 105901, 
Feb. 5, 1908. ) 

Tiff. (II 105894, Feb. 5, 1908.) 

Wandering thoughts. (H 105891, Feb. 
5, 1908.) 

We arc seven. (H 105SS9. Feb. 5, 
1908. ) 

What arc you doing, Bridget? (II 
105882, Feb. 5. 1908.) 

Whatever are you doing. (II 105908, 

Feb. 5, 1908.) 

You dare to call me names. (H 
105886, Feb. 5, 1908.) 

Banner photo CO., .Tack- 
son. .Miss. 
Two governors. (II 106616, Feb. 13, 
1908: 2 C. Jan. 25, L908.) [6133 

Barker (B. Benton), Bur- 
lington. Vt. 
Bradlev Bridge, Vt. [Winooski river, 
Vt.?] (H 106100, Feb. 10, 190S.) 

[6134-6146 
Essex Junction, Vt. [1-8] (H 106089- 
106096, Fob. 10, 1908.) 

Winooski river, Vt. [1-4] (II 
106097-106100. Feb. 10, 1908.) 

Barmore (Charles), New 
York, X. Y. 
Lincoln (Abraham) portrait etched on 
copper plate. 1, 2. (F 62734, 
62735. Fob. 17. 1908.) [6147,6148 

Barnard (C. R.) Oak- 
land, Cal. 
Couple of teddy boars. [6149. 6150 

Nature from the ground up. 

(H 106194, 106195, Feb. 10, 1908.) 

Barton (Lester Clement), 
Chicago, 111. 
Ostrich rooster trying to kick a man 
through the fence. (H 106540, Feb. 
19, 1908. [6151-6159 

Phoenix. Ariz. 110-113, 115. 116. (H 
106534-106539, Feb. 19, 1908. » 

City hall. (H 106786. Feb. 29. 

1908. ) 

— Pioneer hotel. (II 100785, Feb. 
29, 1908.) 



Bash (G. A.) Canton, 
Ohio. 
McKinley memorial and dedication day 
parade. [6160, 6161 

McKinley memorial, bird'seye view on 
dedication day. 1. 

(H 106532, 106533, Feb. 20, 1908; 
2 c. of each Feb. 12, 1908.) 

Beck (Chas. R. R.),Thur- 
niont, Md. 
Bethrothal tree after the storm. 
[6162, 6163 
Thurmont, Md. Hunting Creek Gap. 
fH 106152, 106153, Feb. 11, 1908.) 

Becker (L. A.). Chicago, 

111. 

Becker 20th Century soda fountain. 

[6164 
(H 106546, Fob. 15, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 5, 
L908.) 

Bell (James W.), sou ,^ Oo. 

New York. X. Y. 
noou Business— B u t ton 
through Invss Exclusive — Fifth 
avenue — Newport — Regulation — 
Sporting Stag Tennis -Topper. 
i F 68067 63078, Feb. 2.".. 1908.) 

[6165-6176 

Benner (Harry M.), Ham- 
mondsport, N. Y. 
Hammondsport, N. v.. bird'seye view. 
(H ]<><;< 160, Fob. 26, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 
10, 1908.) [6177 

Benson (F. C), Chanute, 

Kans. 
Vignette. (H 106614, Feb. 27. 1908.) 

[617S 
I Ionian publisbing com- 
pany. Now York, N. Y. 
I love to Love a mason. (H 106971, 
Mar. 4, 190S.) [6179-6189 

Little boy blue. (II 106970, Mar. 4, 

190S.) 

My rosary. (II 106969, Mar. 4, 1908.) 

Oh. what a lonesome town. (H 
106972, Mar. 4. 1908.) 

Paiama girl. 1-6. (II 106962-106967, 
Mar. 4. 190S.) 

Traumerei. (II 106968, Mar. 4, 1908.) 

Bingham (Katherine), St. 
Johnsbury, VI. 
Lillies of peace. (II 106620, Feb. 17, 
1908. ) [6190-6192 

Santa Ursula. (II 106619, Feb. 17, 
1908.) 

Triptvch. Christus resurrexit. (H 
106621. Feb. 17, 1908.) 



uos. 10-13, Mar, 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 
1908 



101 



Bird (Maria T.), Rock- 
land, Me. 
Sub La Verda Steto Paco Venkos. (H 
107042, Mar. 6, 1908.) [6193 

Black (T. Henry), James- 
town, N. T. 
Eagles [F. O. E. club house] 1, 7. (H 
106636, 106642, Feb. 27, 1908.) 

[6194-6197 

Indian. 8, head: 9, standing. (H 
106643. 106644, Feb. 27, 1908.) 
Blaisdell (Mrs. H. L.), 
Denver, Colo. 
Dorothv. (H 307091, Mar. 9, 1908.) 

[6198, 6199. 
Youki. (H 107092, Mar. 9, 1908.) 
2 c. of each Feb. 13, 1908. 
Bliss (W. W.), Duarti, 
Cal. 
Background design. (F 63316, Feb. 14, 
1908.) [6200 

Bond (Geo. W.), Wheat- 
on, 111. 
Adah among the mountains. 

[6201-6251 
Adah goes to meet her father. 
Adah returns to her father. 
Adah throws off the veil. 

(H 106710-106713, Feb. 29, 1908.) 
Blue eyes. (H 106262, Feb. 15, 190S.) 
Blue point of the star. 
Boaz addresses Ruth. 
Boaz favors Ruth. 
Color of the degree. 
Death of Lazarus. 
Driven from Bethlehem. 
Elect lady and her children. 
Electa receives the cross. 
Emblazoned altar. 
Emblem of the degree. 1-4. 
Emblematic signification of the first, 
second, third, fourth and fifth de- 
grees. 
Esther becomes queen of Persia. 
Esther, the Jewish damsel. 
Esther implores the king. 
Esther informed of the edict. 
Field of stars. 
Green point of the star. 
Jepthah the ninth judge. 
Jepthah vows a vow. 
Jesus consoles Martha. 
King Ahasuerus issues cruel edict. 
Martha, Mary and Lazarus. 
Martha's meeting with Jesus. 
Naomi. Ruth and Orpha. 
Pardon granted Esther. 



Bond (Geo. W.), Wheat- 
on, 111. 

Point of Adah. 

Point of Electra. complete signet. 
Point of Esther. 1. 
Point of Martha. 
Point of Ruth. 

Queen Esther seeks Ahasuerus. 
j Red point of the star. 
Ruth becomes a gleaner. 
Ruth returns from the fields. 
Sacrifice of Adah. 
Signet (The). 

Visited by a band of soldiers. 
White point of the star. 
Yellow point of the star. 

(H 106714-106748. 106750-106760, 
Feb. 29, 1908.. 

Brandt (C. E. ». New 
York. N. Y. 
Little behind in his rent. (F 63062, 
Feb. 25, 190^ [6252 

Breton (Harry), Los An- 
geles. Cal. 
Bear resemblance. (F 62793. Jan. 31, 
390S.) [6253-6256 

He hit me with his bear fist. (F 
6317S. Feb. 29. 1908. I 

How can I bear to leave you. (F 
63177. Feb. 29, 1908.) 

Looking at his bear face. (F 62794, 
Jan. 31, 1908. 

Bromley (Edward A.), 
Minneapolis. Minn. 
Shakopee. Minn., old stone mill. (H 
106221. Feb. 13. 1908: 2 c. Feb. 12, 
190S.) [6257 

Brookins { Denis H.), Chi- 
cago. 111. 
Januarv fire in Chicago. (H 106319, 
Feb. 17. 1908; 2 •:. Feb. S. 190S.) 

[6258 
Brown < H. W. i . Tifton. 
Ga. 
Tifton. Ga.. new Clyat building. (H 
107103, Mar. 1908. [6259 

Brown & Bigelow, St. 
Paul. Minn. 
Abjection. 6* by 5*. 13 by 10. (F 
62910, 62911. Feb. 13. 1908.) 

[6260-6342 
Adelia. 2 by 2h 3| by 6. (F 62959, 
62960, Feb. 14. 1908.) 

After glow. 14 by 9*. (F 62912, 
Feb. 13, 1908.) 

At the opera. 6 by 8. (F 62913. Feb. 
13, 1908.) 



102 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, u. s., v. 3 



Brown & Bigelow, St. 

Paul, Minn. 

Becalmed. 9 by 7. (F 62914, Feb. 13, 

1908.) 
Budding. 11 by 14. (F 62904, Feb. 

13, 1908.) 
Buffalo hunt. 11 by 7*. (F 62915, 

Feb. 13, 1908.) 
Christmas girl. 13 bv 6. (F 62916, 

Feb. 13, 1908.) 
College widow. 6 by 12, 16| by 11. j 

(F 62917, 62918, Feb. 13, 1908.) 
Colonial girl. 4 bv 5. (F 62919, Feb. 

13, 1908.) 
Connection. 6 by 5, 10 by 13. (F 

62920, 62921, Feb. 13, 1908.) 
Constance. 2 by 2*, 3| by 6. (F 

62961, 62902. Feb. 14, 1908.) 
Cool of evening. 11 by 5. ' F 62922, 

Feb. 13, 1908.) 
Dejection. 4 by 8i, 10 by 13. (F 

62923, 62924, Feb. 13. 1908.) 
Departing day. 9 by 7. (F 62905, 

Feb. 13, 1908.) 
Devotion. 11 bv 14. Feb. 

13, 1908.) 
Edith. 3| by 6. (F 62963, Feb. 14, 

190S.) 
Eloise. 2 by 2$, 3 J by 6. (F 62964, 

62965, Feb. 14, 1908.) 
Elsa. 2 by 2*, 3* by 6. (F 62966, 

62967, Feb. 14, 1908.) 
Enchantress (The) 6 bv 8. 11 by 14. 

(F 62906, 62907. Feb. 13. 1908.) 
Estelle. 2 by 2*. 3* bv 6. (F 62968, 

62969, Feb. 14. 1908.) 
First American. 114 bv 15. (F 62970, 

Feb. 14, 1908. ) 
Genevieve. 2 by 2*. 3f by 6. (F 

62971, 62972, Feb. 14. 1908.) 
Getting to cover. 14 bv 9*. (F 62928. 

Feb. 13, 1908.) 
Glimpse of old Windsor. 5| bv 2f, 10 

by 4. iF 62973, 62974, Feb. 14, 

1908.) 
Hazy October day. 2\ by 7*. (F 

62975, Feb. 14, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 13, 

1908.) 
Hazy October da v. 5 bv 15. (F 

62929, Feb. 13, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 14, 

1908.) 
Highway of all nations. 5 by 4, 14 by 

10. (F 62930. 62931, Feb. 13, 1908.) 
In the twilight. 133 bv 4'. (F 62932, 

Feb. 13, 1908.) 
Janice. 2 by 2*, 3| by 6. (F 62976, 

62977, Feb. 14, 1908.) 

Jerked down. 15* by 84. (F 62933, 
Feb. 13. 1908.) 



Brown & Bigelow, St. 

Paul, Minn. 

Lenore. 2 by 2£, 3| by 6. (F 62978, 

62979, Feb. 14, 1908.) 

Lure of the woods. 2\ by 7*. (F 

62980, Feb. 14, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1908. ) 

Lure of the wood. 5 by 15. (F 62934, 
Feb. 13, 190S; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1908.) 

Mother's (A) love. 2 by 2|, 4$ by 6. 
(F 62935, 62936, Feb. 13, 1908.) 

Natures dividend. 15 by 4J. (F 
62937, Feb. 13, 1908.) 

Never mind. 5 by 4. (F 62938, Feb. 

13, 1908. 

Old sentinel. 10 by 4. (F 62981, Feb. 

14, 1908.) 

Old stone mill. 15 by 4*. (F 62939 

Feb. 13, 1908.) 
On tbe trail. 11 by 7*. (F 62940, 

Feb. 13, 1908.) 
One minute to play. 11 by 1\. (F 

02941, Feb. 13, 1908.) 
Parisian model. 6 by 12, 11 by 16$. 

(F 82942, 62943, Feb. 13, 1908.) 
Pari in- day. 11 by 5. (F 62944, Feb. 

13, 190S.) 
Passing of summer. 15 by 4$. (F 

62945, Feb. 13, 1908.) 

Protection. 10* by 14. (F 62940, Feb. 
13, 1908.) 

Shady spot. 9 by 7. (F 62947, Feb. 
13, 1908.) 

Shepherdess. 94 by 14*. I V 62908, 
Feb. 13, 1908.) 

Society belle. 6 by 12. 
13, 1908.) 

Subjection. 1\ by 5f, 13 by \\\. (F 
62949, 62950, Feb. 13, 19 

Sylvia. 2 by 2*, 3J by 6. (F •;. 
62983, Feb. 14, 1908.) 

Those bewitching eyes. 4$ by 6, 8 by 10. 
(F 62951, 62952, Feb. 13,1908.) 

Tight place. 7 by 5. (F 62953. Feb. 
13, 1908.) 

Two winners. 15 by 20. (F • 
Feb. 14, 190S; 2 c. Feb. 13, 190S.) 

Vivian. 2 by 2*, 3| by 6. (F 62985, 
62986, Feb. 14, 1908.) 

Washington & Lafayette at Valley 
Forge. 5 by 4, 14 by 9*. (F 62954, 
62955, Feb. 13, 1908.) 

Washington (General). 2 by 24, 10 by 
S. (F 62926, 62927, Feb. 13, 1908.) 

Wavside cottage. 11 by 5. (F 62956, 
Feb. 13, 190S.) 



ENGRAVINGS, OUTS, AND PRINTS 
BOB. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



103 



Brown & Bigelow, St. 

Paul, Minn. 

White enamel girl. 3£ by 4£, 4 by 5*. 

(F 02057, 02958, Feb. 13, 1908.) 
Woodland princess. 15£ by 10. (F 
02909, Feb. 13, 1908.) 

Brown bros., New York, 
N. Y. 
New York City, sky line. (H 100594, 
Feb. 20, 1908.) [0343 

Bryant (Anna Groff), 
Chicago, 111. 
Physical system of vocal relaxation, 
etc. (F 03355, Mar. 7, 1908.) 

[0344, 0345 
— (II 107001, Mar. 5, 1908.) 

Bucher (William F.), 
Washington, D. C. 
Forrestbrook. (H 100507, Feb. 19, 
1908.) [0340 

Buck (Geo. V.), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
§Jankhead (Sen. John H.) 1. (H 

100974, Mar. 4, 1908.) [0347-0307 

Davenport (Mrs. Jas. S.) 1. (H 

106994, Mar. 4, 1908.) 
Dillingham (Sen. William P.) 1, 2. 

(H 100975, 106970, Mar. 4, 1908.) 
Frye (Sen. William P.) 1, 2. (H 

100977, 106978, Mar. 4, 1908.) 
Gore (Mrs. Thos.) 1. (H 106993, 

Mar. 4, 1908.) 
Gore (Sen. Thos.) 1. (PI 106992, 

Mar. 4, 1908.) 
Johnston (Sen. Joseph F.) 1. (H 

106979, Mar. 4, 1908.) 
La Follette (Sen.) 1. (H 106980, 

Mar. 4, 1908.) 
Long (Sen. Chester I.) 1. (H 1069S1, 

Mar. 4, 190S.) 
McDermott (Hon. Jas. T.) 1, 2. (H 

106987, 1069SS, Mar. 4, 190S.) 
Norris (Hon. Geo. W.) 1. (H 106989, 

Mar. 4, 1908.) 
Ocampo (Hon. P.) 1, 2. (H 106985, 

106986, Mar. 4, 1908.) 
Overman (Sen. Lee S.) 1. (H 

100982. Mar. 4, 1908.) 

Simmons (Sen. F. M.) 1. (H 1069S3, 
Mar. 4, 190S.) 

Stephenson (Sen. Isaac) 1. (H 
106984, Mar. 4. 1908.) 

Sturgess (Hon. Geo. C.) 1, 2. (H 
106990, 106991. Mar. 4, 1908.) 

Burr publishing company, 

New York, N. Y. 

Summer roses. (F 63424, Mar. 9, 



1908.) 



[636S 



Butler (Frank T.),Bl- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Clarke (John F.) (H 106010. Feb. 
20, 1908.) [6369 

Byron ( Joseph ) , New 

York, N. Y. 

Gould (Mr. & Mrs. Geo. 3.) 1, In 

Hotel Plaza ; 2, In reception room. 

(H. 106192, 106193, Feb. 12, 1908.) 

[6370, 6371 

California stereoscope and 
view company, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 
Alhambra, Cal., Striffler (C. E.) resi- 
dence. 646. (F 63020, Feb. 24, 
1908.) [0372-6406 

Azusa, Cal. 481, 484. (F 03013, 

63014, Feb. 24, 1908.) 
California. 366, 537, 631. (F 63005- 

63007, Feb. 24, 1908.) 
Covina, Cal. 492, 495. (F 63015, 

63016, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

Hollywood, Cal. 767, 230. (F 63023, 

03<>24. Feb. 24, 1908.) 
Long Beach, Cal., bathing in the Pa- 

cific ocean in January. 354. | F 

63004, Feb. 24, 1908.) 
Los Angeles, Cal. 7. 111. 142, 143, 

176, 462. (F 62992 -0290 7. Feb. 24. 

1908.) 
Monrovia canon, [Cal.l, Pottinger sani- 
tarium. 657. (F 03021. Feb. 24. 

1908. ) 
Oak Lawn, Cal., Porte cochere. 454. 

(F 03011, Feb. 24, 1908.) 
Pasadena, Cal. 72. 77, 297. 674. (F 

6299S-33001. Feb. 24. 1908. 1 
Pomona, Cal., picnic in midwinter. 

396. (F 6300S, Feb. 24. 1908.) 
Redlands, Cal. 310, 311. (F 63002. 

03003, Feb. 24, 1908.) 
Riverside, Cal.. California's mission 

hotel. (F 03026, Feb. 24, 1908.) 
San Gabriel, Cal., Los Palmas. 63S. 

(F 63019, Feb. 24, 1908.) 
San Pedro. Cal.. harbor. 536. (F 

63017, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

Santa Ana. Cal., hedge of roses. 608. 
(F 63018, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

Santa Barbara, Cal., Santa Barbara 

mission. 403. (F 63009, Feb. 24, 

1908.) 
Santa Catalina, Cal.. The Magic Isle, 

Avalon bay. 685. (F 63022, Feb. 

24, 1908.) 

Southern California, picking oranges. 
479. (F 63012, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

Tropical Cal., Cvpress hedge. 189. (F 
63025. Feb. 24, 190S.) 



104 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 



California stereoscope and 

view company, Los 

Angeles, Cal. 

Venice. Cal., arched way at. 423. 

(F 63010, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

2 c. of each Feb. 25, 1908. 

Camp (H. B.) co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Study in light and power. (F 62692, 
Feb. 14, 1908.) [6407 

Campbell (William J.), 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Hamilton (Alexander), by W. H. 
Gibbs. (F 62647, Feb. 12, 1908.) 

[6408 

Canghey (Alice), Sulphur 
Springs, Ark. 
Autumn at Sulphur Springs, Arkansas. 
(H 106524, Feb. 20, 190S.) [6409 

Century co., New York, 
N. Y. 
Garden (Mary) as Melisande. (F 
63149, Feb. 28, 1908.) [6410 

Cermak (Rudolph). Los 
Angeles, Oal. 
Model sanitary kitchen. [1, 21 (H 
L05451, 105452. Jan. 20, L908; 2 C. 

of each Nov. 29, 1908. ) [0411, 0412 

ChamberUn (Harrison 
B. i. Shullsburg, Wis. 
Sbullsburg, Wis. [1-7. | (II 107052- 
107058, Mar. 6, 1908.) [6413-3419 

("hautauqua publishing 
( ompany, Warren, Pa. 
Warren, Pa., old swinging bridge 
across the Conewango. (Now gone) 
(F 02051. Feb. 12, 1908.) [6420 

Chickering (Elmer), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Taft (Hon. Win. H.) 1-4, 6-12 (II 
107098-107101, 107132-107138, Mar. 
9, 1908.) [6421-6438 

and Mr. Joseph Walker. No. 5. 

(H 107102, Mar. 9, 1908.) 

Walker (Joseph) 1-4. (II 106948- 
106951. Mar. 4, 1908. i 

5, 6. (H 107015, 107016, Mar. 5, 

1908.) 

Children's magazine, New 
York. N. Y. 
Cheerful Bill. (F 63393, Mar. 9, 1908; 
2 c. Mar. 11, 190S.) [6439 

Chrisholm (James). Aus- 
tin, Pa. 
Pressing engagement. (H 106611, Feb. 
24. 1908; 2 c. Feb. 15. 1908.) [04-10 



Christian science publish- 
ing society, Bos- 
ton. Mass. 
Boston, Mass.. First church of Christ, 
scientist, the mother church. (F 
63093. FeO. 20. 1908; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1908.) [6441 

City of New York. 

New York. (City of) 
Clark (C. ID. St. Johns- 
bury. Vt. 
What sonic people think of Vermont. 
(F 62609, Feb. 7. L908.) [0442 

Clark (L. W.), Kent, 
Wash. 
Home from the Cascades. (H 106612, 
Feb. 25, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1908.) 

[0443 
Clemens (U. S. G. i. Cin- 
cinnati. Ohio. 
Where arc you going my pretty maid. 
(II K>:,!i77. Fob. 7. 1908.) [6444 

Clogenson (H.), Dallas, 
Tex. 
CottOD picking machine in T< 
107041, Mar. 6, 1908. I 

Dallas, Tex., Posl office, etc. I II 

107040. Mar. 0. 1908.) 

( 'losson i William B. ). 
Boston, M;iss. 
Angel (The) (H 106158, Feb. 11, 
1908; 2 c. Fob. 24. 1908.) [6447 

Conn icbarlos K.t. Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 
Bryan ( Wm. J.) tor president I II 
106251, Feb. 15, 19 1 0448 

('oilier (P. F.i & son. 
New York, X. Y. 
Lincoln, be is the gentlesl memory of 
our world. (F 62629, Feb. i«». 
1908.) 1044!'. 6454 i 

Merry widow. (F 63332, Mar. 6, 
1908.) 
Compton & sons lithographing 
and printing company, 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Tea picker. (G 18202, Feb. 29, ".".v. , 

[6451 
Cony ers (Harry B.), Fr- 
bana, Ohio. 
Leo. (H 106185, Feb. 12. 19< 

• 
Mumps. (II 106086, Feb. 10, 190* 
My dog. (H 106184, Feb. 12, 1908.) 
My friend, the doctor. (H V 

Feb. 10. iocs, i 
On guard. (H 1061S3, Feb. 12, 1908.) 
Sick chum. (H 106087, Feb. 10. 1908. | 
Story teller. (II. 106182, Feb. 12, 

IPOS.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 
10s. 10-13, Mar., 1008 



105 



Coppinger & Griel, Lan- 
caster, Pa. 
Easter feast. (F 63278, Feb. 24, 1903.) 

[6450-6404 
Consider the lilies of the field. (F 

62374, Feb. 24, 3908.) 
Here three candles. (F 03279, Feb. 
24, 1908.) 
■Och. me: (F 03277. Feb. 24, 1908.) 
labbit transit. (F 03275, Feb. 24, 

1908.) 
They had courtsey. (F 03270 Feb. 
24. 1908.) 

Courier company of Buf- 
falo. Buffalo, N. Y. 
Arrival of the Bingo girls. (G 18040, 
Feb. 1. 1908; 2 e. Jan. 30. 1908.) 
[0405-6471 
Barnum and Bailey and crowned heads 
of Europe. (G 18085, Feb. 5, 1908.) 
Belford acrobats. (G 18054, Feb. 3, 

1908.) 
He's a friend of mine. (G 18145, Feb. 
17. 1008.) 

|ardy (Les) (G 18204. Mar. 2. 1908.) 
Singling bros., animal acts. (G 18205. 
Mar. 2. 1908.) 

— 100 cage zoo. (G 18103, Feb. 7, 
1908.) 

Cox (Palmer). Bast 
Quogue, N. Y. 
Brownie Clown of Brownietown. (F 
02030, Feb. 10. 1908.) r 6472-6475 

— (F 02747. Feb. 17. 190S.) 

— (F 03035. Feb. 24. 1908.) 

— (F 03242, Mar. 2. 1908.) 

Crosbr- B. (Mrs. S.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Cupid in April. (F 03187, Feb. 20, 
1908.) [0470-0478 

Cupid in February. (F 031S5. Feb. 

20. 1908.) 

Cupid in March. (F 03180. Feb. 20. 
1908. ) 

C r n v e r manufacturing 

company. Chicago. 111. 

Teddy bears at play. (H 100203. Feb. 

15, 1908.) [0479. 04S0 

Model (The) (F 02071, Dec. 13. 1907.) 

Culbertson ( Samuel J. ) , 

Helena. Mont. 

Helena. Mont. [1-2.1 (H 100101, 

100102. Feb. 11, 1908.) [0481.0482 

Culver military academy. 

Culver. Ind. 

Mounted snow fisht. (H 10691S. Mar. 

3, 1908.) [0483,0484 

Winter drill of Culver black horse 

troop. (H 100917. Mar. 3. 1908.) 



Curtis & Cameron, Bos- 
ton. Mass. 
Landscape; by J. B. C. Corot. [1-3.] 
(H 106955-106957, Mar. 4. 1908.) 

[0485-6494 
Landscape with houses; bv J. B. C. 
Corot. [1-2.]. (H 100958, 100959, 
Mar. 4. 1908.) 
Landscape with sheep: by Anton 
Mauve. [1-3.] CH 100952-100954, 
Mar. 4. 1008.) 
Wood interior; by (r. Conrbet [1. 2.1 
(U 106900, 106961, Mar. 4, 1908.) 

Cyclone fence company, 

Waukegan. 111. 

Border line. (F 62668. Feb. 13. 1908. 1 

[0495-6500 
Colonial front. (F 02665, Feb. 13, 

1908. i 
Fair view. (F 02070. Feb. 13, 1908.) 

Fair vista. (F 02007. Feb. 13, 1908.) 
Sylvan scene. | F 02000. Feb. 13. 

1908.) 
Without the gate. (F 62669, Feb. 13, 

1908. i 
2 c. of each Mar. 2, 19 

Dadmun (Leon), Boston, 
Mas 
Haverhill, B. P. O. Elks. Feb. 18. 
1908. (H 100527. Feb. 20, 1908.) 

[6501 
Daniel (Louis Spencer), 
May field. Ky. 
Country courtship. A. (H 100403. 
Jan. 20. 1908.) [6502-6504 

Louis Spencer Daniel fencing girls. C, 
D. ( H 100402, 100404. Jan. 20, 190S. ) 

Davis (A. M.). Jamaica 

Plain, Mass. 

Cautious caustic kiss. (F 02848. Jan. 

17,1908.) [0505-0514 

Heartburn for you. I F 02841. Jan. 17. 

1908. ) 
I sigh for you. (F 62844, Jan. 17. 

190S. 
It's love. (F 02849. Jan. 17. 1908.) 
My love throb. <F 02840, Jan. 17, 

1908. ) 
Say you love me. (F 02S42, Jan. 17, 

1908.) 
Tale of painful love. (F 62843, Jan. 

17, 1908.) 
Won't you be my Teddy bear? (F 

02840, Jan. 17. 1908.) 
Why don't you try? (F 02845, Jan. 

17, 1908.) 
. You will be my valentine won't you? 

(F 02847, Jan. 17, 1908.) 
2 c. of each Feb. 19, 1908. 



106 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv,n. s., 



hotel. (H 

c. Feb. 26, 

[6515 



[6516-6654 

(H 106302- 
2 c. of each 



road. 



Delevante (Rudolph), Co 
Ion, Panama. 
Colon, Panama, Imperial 
107036, Mar. 6, 1908; 2 
1908.) 

Detroit publishing com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Adams, Mass. [1, 2.] (H 106038 

106039, Feb. 8, 190S.) 
Ann Arbor, Mich. [1-7] 

106308, Feb. 17, 1908; 
Feb. 15, 1908.) 

Berkshires (The) mountain 

(H 106051, Feb. 8. 1908.) 
Broken dam and old mill. (H 

106309, Feb. 17, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1908.) 

Chicago, 111.. Municipal court building 

and Illinois athletic club. (H 106655, 

Feb. 27, 1908.) 
Cutting and binding corn. (H 106310, 

Fob. 17, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1908.) 
Cutting com. (H 106311, Feb. 17, 

1908; 2 c. Feb. 15. 1908.) 
Delaware (S. s.) and Gratiot light. 

(H 106648, Feb. 27, 1908.) 
Diver repairing a lock gate. (H 

107018, Mar. 5, 1908.) 
Dulnth, Minn. [1-6] 

106881, Mar. 2, 1908.) 
aerial bridge [1-3] 

106564, Feb. 24 1908.) 
Cascade park. C II 107034, Mar. 

5, 1908.) 
Fort Brady, inspection at. (H 107020, 

Mar. 5, L908.) 
Fort Snelling, Minn. [1, 2] (H 106894, 

lOCSir,. Mar. 2, 1908.) 
Glen below Minnehaha falls, Minn. 

A, B. (H 106565, 106566. Feb. 24, 

190S.) 
Gloucester, Mass., Tablet rock. 

106034, Feb. 8, 1908.) 
Golden harvest. (II 10(5812, Feb. 

1908: 2 c. Feb. 15. 1.908.) 
Houghton, Mich., Douglass house. 

107064. Mar. 6. 190S.) 
Husking corn. (H 106313, Feb. 

1908; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1908.) 
International bridge and lighthouse. 

(H 107019. Mar. 5, 1908.) 
Lake Winnepesaukee, N. H. (H 

106032, Feb. 8, 1908.) 
Longmeadow, Mass., Longmeadow 

street. (H 106072, Feb. 8, 1908.) 
Magnolia-on-the-Ashley, S. C, care- 
takers. (F 62691, Feb. 14, 1908.) 

Minneapolis, Minn. [1-17] (H 
106897-106013. Mar. 2, 190S.) 



(H 106876 



(H 106562- 



(H 



17, 



(H 



17, 



Detroit publishing com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Minnehaha falls. Minn. A. B. (H 

106567, 106568, Feb. 24, 1908.) 
Minnesota dug-out. (H 106896. Mar. 

2, 190S.) 
New Orleans, La., unloading bananas. 

(H 106646, Feb. 27, 1! 
Newcastle, N. H., Wentworth (The). 

(H 106031, Feb. 8, 1908.) 
North Adams, Mass. [1-11] (H 

106040-106050, Feb. 8, 1908.) 
Old soldiers' home, Minn. (HI' 

Mar. 2. II 
Philadelphia, Pa. [1, 2] (H 106914, 

106915, Mar. 2. 190S.) 
Port Huron, Mich., steamers at dock. 

(II 106647, Feb. 27, 190S.) 
Portsmouth, N. II., Rockingham hotel. 

(H I070:;r». Mar. 5, 190 
Portsmouth navy yard, Kitten-, Maine, 

Dry dock. (II 106033, Feb. 8, L! 
St. Paul, Minn. [1-12] (H 106882- 

106893, Mar. 2, 1!m>s.) 
Sault Saint Marie [1-14] (H 107017, 

107021 -107033, Mar. 5, 1908. 1 
the locks. (H 106876, M 

1908.) 
Upper light [1, 21 (H 106569, 

106570, Feb. 24, 19< 
Springfield, Mass. [1-15] (H 106 

106066, Feb 8, 1908.) 
Forest park [1-4] (H 10 

106070, Feb. 8, 18 
University of Michigan, fraternity 

houses |1. 2] HI 106314, 106315. 

Fel). 17, 1908; 2 c. of each Feb. 15. 

1908.) 
University of Minnesota [1-6] (H 

106649 L06654, Feb. 27. 190 
West Springfield, Mass.. Old Day I 

ill L06071, Feb. 8, 19( 
Where tlie sky and ocean meet. (H 

106645. Feb. 27, 1908.) 
Worcester, Mass. [1-3] <H 10 

106037, Feb. 9 

ible (Charles G 

Canton, Obio. 
Canton. Obio. Sarcophagus of Win. 
and Mrs. Win. McKinley. (F 63243. 
Feb. 29, 1 : 



De Witt (Maurice), 
cago, 111. 
Little motber. fll 107063 
1908.) 



Cbi- 

. Mar. 6, 

New 



Per (Albert II.), 
York. N. Y. 
Indian creek. (H 106541. Feb. 21. 
1908. > 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 
lios. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



107 



Zavala (Adina), - 
Antonio, 

Alamo (The) San Antonio, Tex. (H 
106811, Mar. 2, 1908.) [6658 

Dieson (O. E.), Heron 
Lake. Minn. 
Smoke up the house is insured. (F 
6327.'}, Mar. 5, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 8, 190S. 

[6659 
Dingman (W. IT.), Se- 
attle. Wash. 
Good timber. (H 106450, Feb. 18, 
190S.) [6660 

Distinctive advertising 

service, New York, N. Y. 
Andover. (F 63330, Mar. 6, 1908.) 

[6661-6664 
■fflege. (F 63329, Mar. 6, 1908.) 

Bgh school. (F 63328, Mar. 6, 1908.) 

Vacation. (F 63331, Mar. 6, 1908.) 
2 c. of each Feb. 25, 1908. 

Dow (Arthur Wesley), 
New York, N. Y. 
Agra, India, gate of the Taj Mahal. 
(H 105625, Jan. 29, 1908.) 

[6665-6672 
Bathing pool, Anuradhpura, buried 
city of Ceylon. (H 105621, Jan. 
29, 1908.) 

Elephanta, India, the God Shivacave 
temple. (H 105626, Jan. 29, 1908.) 

Orissa, India, court of the great tem- 
ple, Bhuvaneshwar. (H 105623, 
Jan. 29, 1908.) 

— Mukteshvara temple. (H 105627, 
Jan. 29, 1908.) 

Parthenon, fragment of. (H 105624, 
Jan. 29, 190S.) 

Sphinx (The) (H 105628, Jan. 29, 
1908.) 

Thebes, Egypt, collossus of Memmon. 
(H 105622, Jan. 29, 1908.) 

2 c. of each Feb. 19, 1908. 

Dunlap (O. E.), Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 
Goat island bridge. [6673-6675 

Terrapin point bridge. 

Terrapin point in winter. 

(H 107043-107045, Mar. 6, 1908.) 

Earl (William A.), St. 
Anthony, Idaho. 
Large buffalo that gored Dick Rock 
to death. 1. [6676,6677 

Rock (Dick) and his favorite driving 
moose. 2. 

(H 106925, 106926. Mar. 3. 1908.) 



Edison mfg. co., W< 
Orange, X. J. 

Cupid's pranks. 1-7. (H 106508- 

L06514, Feb. 19, 1908.) [6678-6695 

Nellie, the pretty typewriter. 1-4. 
(H 107059-107(162, Mar. 6, 1908.) 

Playmates. 1-3. (H 106871-106S73, 
Mar. 2, 1908.) 

Sculptors Welsh rabbit dream. 1-4. 
(PI 106206 -10C209, Feb. 13, 1908.) 

Edwards & Deutscb litho- 
graphing co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Poinsettia. (G 18163, Feb. 20, 1908.) 

[6696 

Eickemeyer (Rudolf), 
Yonkers. X. Y. 
Meadow stream. (H 105693, Jan. 30, 
1908.) [6697 

Elliott (Chas. H.) co., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Venus and Adonis. (F 62839, Feb. 
26, 1908.) [6698 

Elson(A. W.) & co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Holland cattle; by Constant Troyon. 

[6699-6701 
Sheepfold (The) ; by Charles Emile 
Jacque. 

(H 106699, 106700, Feb. 28, 1907 : 2 
c. of each Mar. 4, 1908.) 

Washington, [D. C], the capitol. (F 
63158, Feb. 28, 190S : 2 c. Mar. 6, 
190S.) 

Engelke & Lincoln, San 
Antonio, Tex. 
Veramendi palace, doors. (F 62475, 
Feb. 1, 190S; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1908: 1 c. 
Feb. 17, 1908.) [6702 

Eskridge (Guy W.), Rich- 
mond, Va. 
Will vou be thankful on Thanksgiving 
day? (F 60353, Dec. 7, 1907: 2 c. 
Nov. 21, 1907.) [6703 

Evans (Edgar I.), Brook- 
line, Mass. 
Hiss; or, After vexation. (H 106589, 
Feb. 26, 1908.) [6704 

Ewart (Wm. Earl), To- 
peka, Kans. 
College pennant series. 262-279, 281- 
283, 2S7, 289, 291, 292, 294-296. (F 
63209-63236, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

[6705-6732 

Faught (Henry Skillman), 
South Haven, Conn. 
Bee on time. (H 106213, Feb. 13, 
1908.) [6733-6736 



108 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Faught ( Henry Skillman ) , 

South Haven, Conn. 

Every little bit added. (H 106211, 

Feb. 13, 1908.) 
When you know you're not forgotten. 
(H 106210, Feb. 13, 1908.) 



Fay (George L.), Arling- 
ton, N. Y. 
Yassar college, dormitory. (H 106249, 
Feb. 14,- 1908.) [6768 



When you smoke, buy an Owl. (H Marietta college. 



Fisher (Harry P.), Mari- 
etta, Ohio. 



106212, Feb. 13, 1908.) 

1 c. of each Feb. 13, 1908 ; 1 c. of 
each Feb. 23, 1908. 

Fawcett ( Waldon ) , Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
American federation of labor, execu- 
tive council. (H 106505, Feb. 19, 



[6769-6771 



1908.) 



Mound in Mound cemetery showing 

moat. 
Ohio river bridge, view of. 

(H 100624-106626, Feb. J 7. 

Fitch (W. T.), Fort 
Bragg, CaL 

[6737-6767 Kin S (Jean), the little actress, til 



Banking and currency committee. (H 

106506, Feb. 19, 1908.) 
Bryan (W. J.) 1, 2. (H 106496, 106497, 

Feb. 19, 1908.) 
Burke (James F.) (H 1070S2, Mar. 7, 

1908.) 
Fowler (Charles N.) (H 106502, Feb. 

19, 1908.) 
Goethals (Lt. Col.), U. S. A. (H 

106823, Mar. 2, 1908.) 
Grandfield (Charles P.) (H 106504, 

Feb. 19, 1908.) 
Hobson (Capt. & Mrs.) 1, 2. 
Hobson, (Mrs.) A. B. 
Hobson (Capt. Richmond P.) 

(H 106491-106495, Feb. 19, 1908.) 
Knox (Senator P. C.) (H 107083, 

Mar. 7, 1908.) 

Lahm (Lieut.) U. S. A. (H 106824, M *Lo d * y - 162 °' (G 1S217< Mar ' 4 
Mar. 2, 1908.) 



K><;o:J7. Mar. 6, 190* ; 2 c. Feb. 13. 
1908L) [6772 

Flook (Henry R.), Los 
Angeles, Cal. 
Masonic identification certificate, i F 
<;::0U0, Feb. 17, 1908.) [677J 

Fowler (C. F.), New 
York, X. Y. 
Hoboken terminal, Lackawanna rail- 
road. (H 107088. Mar. \), 1908.) 

[ 6774 

Fox (A), Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

Clearing (The) 1625. (G 1S219, Mar. 

4, 1908.) [6775-6784 

Ford (The) 1624. (G 18218, Mar. 4, 

1908. i 
Homeward bound. 1616. (G 1 
Mar. 4, 1908.) 



Landis (C. B.) (H 106822, Mar. 2, 

1908.) 
Leupp (Francis E.) (H 106827, Mar. 

2, 1908.) 
Magoon (Charles B.) (H 106498, Feb. 

19, 1908.) 
Pierce (Frank). (H 106826, Mar. 2, 

1908. ) 
Powderly (T. V.) (H 106821, Mar. 2, 

1908.) 
Printing telegraph. 1-1. (H 106487- 

106490, Feb. 19, 190S.) 
Rossiter (William S.) 1, 2. (H 

106500-106501, Feb. 19, 1908.) 
Sargent (F. P.) (H 106499, Feb. 19, 

1908.) 
Smith (George Otis) (H 107084, Mar. 

7, 1908.) 
Taft (Helen) (H 107085, Mar. 7, 

1908.) 
Yorys (Arthur I.) (H 106825, Mar. 2, 

1908.) 



(G 1S214. Mar. 4, 



1908.) 
Noon visit. 161' 

11)08.) 
Quiet brook. 101! >. 

1908.) 
Spilt milk. 615. (G 18212. Mar. 1, 

1908. ) 
Storm at Southampton. 1050. (G 

lsiilO, Mar. 4, 1908.) 
Sunset off the coast. 1051 

Mar. 4, 1908.) 
Twilight. 1618. (G 18215 
1908. 1 

Fox (F. S. & M. V.), 

Chicago, 111. 

Baum (L. Frank) (H 106768, Feb. 29, 

1908.) [6785 

Frost & Reed, Bristol, 

England. 

Thro' the crisp air. (F 62731. Feb. 17. 

1908; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1908.) [6786 

Frothingham ( Edwin ) . 

Town send Harbor. 

Mass. 



Wise (Medical director John C.) ! Prince Max. (H 106257, Feb. 15, 1908; 



(H 106503, Feb. 19, 1908.) 



2 c. Feb. 17, 1908.) 



[6787 



ENGRAVINGS. CUTS, AND PRINT- 
nos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



109 



Gerson (Sam P.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Howling success, ill 106702, Feb. 28, I 

1908.) [6788 

Gilbert (C. Allan). New 

York, N. Y. 

fender the wistaria. (H 306216, Feb. 

14, 1908.) [6789 

Gillin (Robert F.), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Lima park by night. (H 106703, Feb. | 

29, 1908.) [6790-0792 

Miner's discovery. (H 106658, Feb. 28, i 

190S. ) 
Resilient wheel. (H 106705. Feb. 29, 
1908.) 

Gold (Pleasant D.), jr., 
Greensboro, N. C. 
.Tetter son standard policy. (H 106574, 
Feb. 25, 1908.) [6793 

Goodrich (George W.) f 
Nottingham, N. H. 
Brockton, Mass., Soldiers monument. 
(H 105556, Jan. 25, 1908; 1 c. Jan. 

25, 1908: 1 c. Feb. 14, 1908.) 

[6794, 6795 
Lady in white. (H 106248, Feb. 14, 
1908.) 

Graves (Geo. S.), Spring- 
field, Mass. 
Glastonbury, Conn., the old reliable. 
A 161. (H 106597, Feb. 26, 1908.) 

[6796-6798 

Hartford, Conn., Elizabeth park. A 

151, A 152. (H 106595, 106596, Feb. 

26, 190S.) 

Gray lithograph com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
I^aitli. (G 18106, Feb. 10, 1908.) 

[6799-6S02 
I want mv mamma. (G 18209, Mar. 

4. 1908.) 
In the field. (G 1S20S, Mar. 4. 1908.) 
You naughty do*. (G 18133, Feb. 12, 
1908.) 

Green (John E.), Ches- 
ter, Pa. 
Whitemarsh valley hunt club. (H ; 
106525. Feb. 20/l908.) [6803 ; 

Grefe (Will), New York, 

N. Y. 

Coquettish chauffeur. (F 63171, Feb. 

29, 1908.) [6804-6807 

Dangerous driver. (F 63170, Feb. 29, 

1908.) 
Fascinating favorite. (F 63169, Feb. 

29, 1908.) 
Heartless hunter. (F 63168, Feb. 29, 
190S.) 

2 c. of each Mar. 2, 190S. 



Grieb (Jas. L.), Philadel- 
phia. Pa. 
Repairing while von wait. I H 106196, 
Feb. 13. 11>0S: 2 c. Jan. 14. 1908.) 

[6808 
Grondal (Bror Gustaf), 
Lindsborg, K 
Bethany male Hionis. .», 6810 

Lindsborg. Kans.. club room of Beth- 
any male chorUs. 

(H 107038, 107039, Mai. -i. 1908.) 

Gross (J. Ellsworth). Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Admiration. (H 106292, Feb. 17. 1908.) 

I <JM 1-6821 
Bewitching. (H 106296, Feb. 17. 1908.) 
Captivating. (H 106293, Feb. 17. 1908.) 
Cincinnatus. ( H 106289, Feb. 17, 1908. ) 

Contentment. (H 106298, Feb. 17, 
1908.) 

Domino. (H 106297, Feb. 17, 1908.) 

Dreaming. (H 106290, Feb. 17, 1908.) 

Expectation. (H 106299. Feb. 17, 
1908.) 

Purity. (H 106291, Feb. 17, 1908.) 

Reverie. (H 106295, Feb. 17, 1908.) 

Vivacious. (H 106294, Feb. 17. 1908.) 

Grossman paper box co.. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Actress. 1-6. (G 18127-18132. Feb. 
12, 1908.) [6822-6833 

Basket ball girl — College girl — Fencing 
girl — Skating girl — Tennis girl — 
Yachting girl. (G 1S121-18126, Feb. 
12, 190S.) 

Gutmann & Gutmann. New 

York, N. Y. 

School days. <F 63142, Feb. 27, 1908.) 

[6S34 

Gylfe (A.), Aberdeen. 
Wash. 
Happiness 

Suck-cess. 

(H 106549. 106548. Feb. 24, 1908.) 
[6835, 6836 

Hadley (W. B.). New 
York, N. Y. 
Ashestiel-on-Tweed. (F 62835, Feb. 
20, 190S.) [6837-6840 

Ellisland. (F 62S37, Feb. 20, 1908.) 

Eton college, Poet's walk. (F 6283S, 
Feb. 20, 1908.) 

Stratford-on-Avon. (F 62836, Feb. 20, 
1908.) 



110 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Haeseler photographic stu- 
dios, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Study of a woman's head. [6841, 6842 

Thomas (Nathaniel S.) 

(H 106561, 106560, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

Haines photo co., Con- 

neaut, Ohio. 

Boulder. [Colo.] 2. [6843-6845 

Phoenix, Ariz., Capitol. 

Santa Fe. N. Mex., Capitol. 

(H 106028-106030, Feb. 8, 1908; 
2 c. of each Feb. 10, 1908.) 

Hall (Geo. P.) & son, 
Brooklyn. N. Y. 
New York public library. 6041. (H 
107087, Mar. 7, 1908: 2 c. Mar. 9, 
1908.) [6846 

Hall (Howard G.), Sid- 
ney, Neb. 
Sidney, Neb. [1-4] (F 63394-63397, 
Mar. 9, 1908.) [6847-6850 

Hanna (Rev. Chas. Wes- 
ley), East Canaan, Conn. 
New labor saving device. A. B. (H 
106998, 106999, Feb. 25, 1908; 2 c. of 

each Feb. 17, 1908.) [6851,6852 

Harris & Bwing, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
All Mehmed Bey. ai 106191, Fob. 12, 
1908.) [6853-6863 

Bailev (Senator Joseph W.) (H 

106189, Fob. 12, 1908.) 

Brownson (Admiral Willard H.) (H 
106188, Feb. 12, 1908.) 

Cockran (Mrs. W. Bourke). (H 
106932, Mar. 3, 1908.) 

Cooper (Sam Bronson). (H 106250, 
Feb. 14. 1908.) 

Dalzell (John). (H 106929, Mar. 3, 
1908.1 

Hevburn (Senator Weldon B.) (H 
106931, Mar. 3, 1908.) 

McCumber (Senator Porter J.) (H 
106927, Mar. 3, 1908.) 

Nixon (Senator George S.) (H 

106190, Feb. 12, 1908.) 

Reeder (Wm. A.) (H 106928, Mar. 3, 
1908.) 

Sherman (James S.) (H 106930, Mar. 
3, 190S.) 

Harrison (Burdette), Ta- 
rentum, Pa. 
Tarentum, Pa., birthplace of Mrs. Eve- 
lyn Nesbitt Thaw. (H 106301, Feb. 
17, 1908.) [6864 



Hart, Schaffner & Marx, 

Chicago, 111. 

At the traps. (F 63392, Mar. 9. 1908.) 

[686E 
Easter day. (F 63317, Mar. 6, 1908.) 
Through ticket. (F 63391, Mar. 9, 
1908.) 

Hartline (D. S.) & Kruram 
(Carl H.), Blooms- 
burg, Pa. 
Pennsylvania rattlesnakes. (H 106523. 
Feb. 20, 1908. t [6S6S 

Harvey (Fred), Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Apache canyon in the Glorietta moun- 
tains, New Mexico. (F 02597, Feb. 
8, 1908.) [6869 

Emporia, Kans.. Santa Fe botel. (F 
62596, Feb. 8, 1908.) 

Fort Worth depot. (F 62600, Feb. 8, 
L908.) 

Fort Worth, interior of depot. 1, 2. 
(F 62598, 62599, Feb. 8, 1908.) 

Hop! baby. (II 106457, Feb. 19, 1908.) 

Bopi mirror. (H 106458, Feb. 19, 
1908.) 

Hopl stairway. (H 106459, Feb. 19, 
1908.) 

Hutchinson, Kans.. New Santa Fe 
hotel. (F 62595, Feb. 8, 1908.) 

Nampeyo. (H 106453, Feb. 19, 1908.) 

Oregon trail. (H 106460, Feb. 19, 
1908.) 

Pool by the trail. (H 106454, Feb. 

19, 1908.) 

Sun-lit abode. (F 106456, Feb. 19, 
1908.) 

Walpi. (H 106455. Feb. 19, 1908.) 

Winnowing corn. (H 106461, Feb. 19, 
1908.) 

Haskell (W. E.), 
Concord, Mass. 
George & his conscience. (F 61749, 
Jan. 18, 190S.) [6884-6891 

(F 62042, Jan. 22, 1908.) 

Giddv goblins. (F 61748, Jan. 16, 
1908.) 

(F 62011, Jan. 22, 1908.) 

Kid Klub. (F 62045, Jan. 22. 1908.) 

Swapping Silas. (F 61750, Jan. 16, 

1908.) 
(F 62043. Jan. 22, 1908.) 

Wandering coat Bolivar. &c. (F 
62044, Jan. 22, 1908.) 



LO 13, Mar., 



KNGRAV1NGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 
1908 



111 



Haslinger (Richard J.), 
New York, N. Y. 
Old fashioned way. (H 106656, Feb. 
27, 1908 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1908 ; 1 c. Feb. 
27, 1908.) [6892 

Hatcher (Thurston), Ma- 
con, Ga. 
Autumn. — Bridge (The) . — Holland 
landscape. — Rocks and surf at Na- 
hant. — Silver birch. — Springtime. — 
Sunset. (H 106687-106693, Feb. 28, 
1908.) [6893-6890 

Haupt (Oscar), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
San Francisco fire, Apr. 18, 1906. (H 
106659, Feb. 28, 1908.) [6900 

Hearn (Charles W.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Dartmouth college, 1907 varsity foot- 
ball. (H 106163 Feb. 11, 1908.) 

[6901 

Henderson lithographing 
co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
College girls [1-6] (G 18243-18248, 
Mar. 9, 1908.) [6902-6907 

Henkel ( Theodore Henry ) , 
Portland, Oreg. 
Falls upper McKenzie river, Oregon. 
(H 106793, Mar. 2, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 
6, 1908.) [6908 

Herman (John F.), Ack- 

ley, Iowa. 

Illinois girl. — North Dakota girl. — 

South Dakota girl.— Texas girl. — 

Wisconsin girl. (F 63323-63327. 

Feb. 19, 190S.) [6909-6913 

Hill (Harry E.), Fort 
Pierce, Fla. 
Night. (H 107086, Mar. 7, 1908.) 

[6914 

Holland (W. J.), Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 
Diplodocus Carnegiei, preliminary res- 
toration. (F 62774. Feb. 17, 1908; 
2 c. Feb. 7. 1908.) [6915 

Hoopes (Herman), West 

Chester, Pa. 

al Borak. (H 106255, Feb. 15, 1908.) 

[6916-6919 
Clav Mocha. (H 106254, Feb. 15, 

1908.) 
Naaman. (H 106252, Feb. 15, 1908.) 
Naarah. (H 106253, Feb. 15, 1908.) 

Hopkins (Benjamin), Den- 
ver, Colo. 
Par-ben-nar, wild flower. (H 106790, 
Mar. 2, 1908.) [6920 

33969—08 2 



Hornbaker ( I Tan- 

ton 
Auto girl. (H L06317, Feb. 18, L! 

[6921 

Howard (Arthur P.), 

Portland. Oreg. 

Kearsarge (Frigate) in Cherbourg 

harbor. (F 63155. Feb. 28, 1908.) 

[6922 

Howard (N. W. & C, M.), 

Alva, Okla. 

Northwestern state normal & campus. 

(H 106528, Feb. 21, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 

7, 1908.) [6923 

Howe (Ruth B.). New 
York, N. Y. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. (F 63183, Mar. 
2, 11 his. , [6924 

Hubley (H. C), Mt. Ver- 
non, N. V. 
Motherhood. (H 105638, Jan. 30, 
1908 ; 1 c. Jan. 30, 1908. 1 c. Mar. 3, 
1908.) [6925 

Hyde (Frederic Bulk- 
eleyj, Southport, Conn. 
A 42. (H 106664. Feb. 28, 1908; 2 c. 
Mar. 4, 1908.) [6926 

Ingersoll ( Truman Ward \ . 
St. Paul. Minn. 
Fort Snelling, [Minn.l 2449, 2450, 
8102. (H 106830-106832, Mar. 2, 
[6927-6967 



(H 106866. Mar. 2, 
(H106S67, 



1908.) 

Minnehaha creek. 

1908.) 

Minnehaha falls in winter. 
Mar 2. 1908.) 

[St. Paul. Minn.] 2454. 2897, 6101, 
20673-20677, 20679, 206S4, 20702- 
20704, 20984. 21640-21652, 21654- 
21656, 21659, 21667. 2166S, 21670, 
21672, 21675, 216S4. 216S5, 216S7, 
216SS, 21696. 21697. (H 106S33- 
106S65, Mar. 2, 190S.) 

Way of light, Sixth st. 21634. (H 
1062S8, Feb. 17, 190S.) 

White Bear Lake. [Minn.] 460S, 6348.. 
(H 106828, 106829, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

Ives (H. M.) & sons, To- 
peka. Kans. 
Jupiter. (H 106149, Feb. 10, 1908: 2 
c. Jan. 23, 190S.) [6968 

Jackson (Bradford D.), 
Pasadena, Cal. 
La Crescenta, Cal., The Castle. (H 
107047, Mar. 6, 1908.) [6969 

James sanatorium co., 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Race for God. (F 62636. Feb. 8,. 1908 ; 
2 c. Jan. 30, 1908.) [6970» 



112 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Jennings (Wm. H. i. Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
P»oston, Mass.. balloon view in 
(H 106870. Mar 2, 1908. 



[6071.6972 
( H 106869. 



Xew 



U. S. battleship squadron. 
Mar. 2. 1.908.) 



Judge company, 

York. X. Y. 
Little Johnny and the Teddy bears. 
(F 61852. Jan. 18, 1908; 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1908: 2 c. Jan. 27. 1908.) 

[6973-6975 

(F 63091. Jan. 26, 1908.) 

(F 63095. Jan. 26, 1908.) 

Keller (An bar [.), New 

York. X. V. 

Gardeu of ! ithaway. < II 

106218, Feb. L4, L908.) [6976, 6977 

Wooing of Ann Hathaway. | II 

106217, Feb. 14, 1908. I 



Kelly 



New 



& O I.- 
York. X. V. 
Jersey City baseball team. 1 « m »t. (F 
63320. Mar. 6, 190J [6978, 6979 

Newark baseball team, 1907. (F 
63310, Mar. 6, L908.) 
2 c. of each Feb. 28, 1908. 

Kempton i Austin T.), 
Lunenburg, Mass. 
[Hiawatha series] A. B, 28, 39, 50, 80, 
83, 85, 110, 139. I F 63365 63374, 
Mar. 7. 1908.) [698<> 6989 

Key (John Ross), Wash- 
ington. D. C. 
Georgetown. D. C, home of Francis 
Scott Key, 1814. ( II 106323, Feb. 
18, 1008.) [6990, 8991 

Mount Vernon. < H 106324, Feb. 18, 
1908. ) 

Kingsbury 'Arthur J.), 
Antigo, Wis. 
Antigo, Wis. [1-3] (H 106769- 
106771, Feb. 29, 1908.) [6992-6994 

Klee (Abe) & son. Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Matchless. (F 62474, Feb. 3, 190S: 
1 c. Feb. 3, 1908; 1 c. Fob. 15. 1908.) 

[6995 
Kranich & Bach, New 
York, N. Y. 
Composite of pianists. <H 107002, 
Mar. 5, 1908; 1 c. Feb. 26, 1908; 1 
c. Mar. 5. 1908. | [6996 

Langley (Herman 
born), Clearwater. 
Clearwater, Fla., the bav. 

Feb. 17, 1908.) 
Clearwater. Fla.. sunset. 
Feb. 17, 1908.) 



Lawrence (Geo. R.) co., 
Chicago, 111. and Wash- 
1861. ington, D. C. 

Basket of sunshine. (H 106701, Feb. 

28, 190S.) [6999-7002 

Federation of America Aero clubs, 

first annual banquet. (H 106559, 

Feb. 24, 1008.) 

Modern automobile attachment. (H 

106923, Mar. 3, 1008.) 
Society of naval sponsors. (H 106550, 
Feb. 24, 1008.) 

Lawson & co., Xew York, 
X. V. 
Lawson carnation. (G 18176, Feb. 24, 
1908.) [7003 

Leavitl (Edwin If.), 
Rutland, Mat 
Rutland, Massachusetts state sanito- 
rinm. (II 106709, Feb. 29, 1908.) 

[7004 
Leek (Wm. 8.), Wind- 
sor, ( '<'iin. 
Windsor, Conn., view of Methodic] 
church and parsonage, etc. (H 
106618, Feb. 25, L908.) 

Lefevre (L. H.) & son, 
London, England. 

Skippers birthday. (F 6314S, Feb. 28, 
1908.) [7006,7007 

Way of the sun. iF 62730, Feb. 17, 
1908.) 

Legrand i No4), Paris, 
France. 
Histoire de la me^ecine. (F 62988, 
Feb. 24, 190s. | [7008 

Leibson (Abe), Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa. 
Hunting game. (F 62476, Jan. 25, 
L908; 1 c. Jan. 25. 1908; 1 c. Feb. 12. 
1908.) [7009 

Leighton (Hugh C), Port- 
land. Mo. 
Keith's theatre. [1-10] (H 106164- 
L06173, Feb. 12, 1908.) [7010-7mo 

Loomis (F. A.), Emporia. 

Christmas coin. (H 106609, Feb. 26, 
1908.) [7020 

Loans )i;iy (Fred C), 
Plain field. N. J. 
Washington catches ye Lord I low.-. 
< F 63173. Feb. 20, 1008.) [7021-7024 
Washington gets in ye haughty Brit- 
Os- ish ireneral's rear. (F 63176, Feb. 

Fla. 29, 1008.) 

(H 106284, Washington readin the constitution. 
[6997, 699S ; (F 63174, Feb. 29, 1908.) 
(H 106283, Washington wins ye battle of Prince 
ton. (F 63175. Feb. 29. 190S.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 
nos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



113 



Lowell (John A.) bank 
note co., Boston, Mass. 
Hoar (George Frisbie) (F 63333, Mar. 
6, 1908.) [7025 

McDonald (C. A.), San 
Francisco, Cal. 
Just tell them that you saw me. (F 
63259, Mar. 4, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1908.) [7026 

McFaddeD (Fay), Gran- 
ville, N. Y. 
Granville, N. Y., In the near future. 
(H 106617, Feb. 25, 1908; 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1908; 1 c. Feb. IT, 1908.) [7027 

McGowan (R. A.), Boul- 
der, Colo. 
End of the hunt. (II 107069, Mar. 7, 

1908.) [7028 

McKee (S. E.), Sebring, 

Ohio. 
Sebring, Ohio potteries. (F 62713, Feb. 
15, 1908.) [7029 

Malone (S. A.), New 
York, N. Y. 
McGlynn (Dr.) (F 02732, Feb. 7, 
1908; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1908.) [7030 

Mariner (Geo. E.), La 
Crosse, AY is. 
La Crosse, Wis. [1-3.] (F 63036- 
63038, Feb. 24, 1908.) [7031-7033 

Marr, Thomas E.. Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Crucifixion. 14478. (H 106243, Feb. 

14, 1908.) [7034-7041 

Fenway court. 14466-14468, 14479. 

(H 106239-106242, Feb. 14, 1908.) 
Madonna & child. 14476, 14477. (H 

106245, 106246, Feb. 14, 1908.) 
Thomas, Earl of Arundel. 14475. (H 

106244, Feb. 14, 1908.) 

Martin (Gilbert), Sparta. 
Minn. 
Gilbert mine, Minn., stripping scene. 
(H 106662, Feb. 28, 1908.) 

[7042-7044 
Sparta, Minn., bird'seve view. (H 
106661, Feb. 28, 1908.) 

Genoa mine. (H 106663, Feb. 

28, 1908.) 

Martin (Jos. H.), Wil- 
mington, Del. 
Memorial service, Fraternal order of 
Eagles. (F 63280, Mar. 5, 1908.) 

[7045 
Martin (William S.), Wil- 
limantic, Conn. 
Willimantic, Conn., St. Joseph's hos- 
pital. [Interior views 1-13] (H 
106772-106784, Feb. 29, 1908.) 

[7046-7058 



Massachusetts engraving 

co., Boston, Mass. 
a (William Pay son) and O'Sulli- 
van (Humphrey) 1-3. (H 106591- 
lOnnij:;, Web. 26, 1908.) [7059-7061 

Meehan (Michael), Con- 
cord, X. H. 
Eddy (Mary Baker G.) (F 63107, 
Feb. 27. 1908; 2 c. Mar. 3. 1908.) 

[7062 
MTlies (Geo.), Paris, 
France. 
Genii of fire. (H 106318, Feb. 18, 
L908.) [7063 

Mench (Phil), Clear 
Lake [owa. 
oint. (II 106551, Feb. 24, 
1908.) [7064 

Millar (F. B.), Chicago, 
111. 
Chicago, 111. Seventh church of 
Christ, scientist. A. B. (H 106150, 
106151, Jan. 13, 1908.) [7065,7066 

Mills (Thos. II. i. Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

Sheep at Roger Williams park. iH 
106300, Feb. 17, 1908.) [7067 

Mishkin (II. i. New York, 
X. Y. 
Duf ramie (Hector) 1-3. 
106517, Feb. 19, 190S.) 

Perier (Jean) 1-3. 
106520, Feb. 19, 1908.) 

Mitchell (John J.) co.. 
New York. X. Y. 
American fashions. Februarv. 1908. 
A-G t F 02161-62163, Jan. 27. 1908 ; 
2 c. of each Feb. 17. 1908.) 

[7074-7077 
American ladies' tailor. Mar.. 1908: 
supplement. (F 631 82. Mar. 2. 
1908: 2 c. Mar. 7, 1908.) 

Moore ([Mrs.} Ruth Nich- 
olas), Chicago. 111. 
Bubble. (H 100231. Feb. 14. 190S.) 

[7078-7086 
Coming Fighting Bob. (H 106234. 
Feb. 14, 1908.) 

Curiosity. (H 106238, Feb. 14, 1908.) 

Dawn of vanity. (H 106233, Feb. 14, 

190S.) 

Motherhood. (H 106232, Feb. 14. 

1908.) 

Music hath charms. (H 106237, Feb. 
14, 1908.) 

Rivals (The) (H 106236, Feb. 14, 
1908.) 



(H 106515- 

[7068-7073 

(H 106518- 



114 



CATALOGUE OF OOPYE1GHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Moore ([Mrs.] Ruth Nich- 
olas), Chicago, 111. 
Sailor's life for me. (H 106235, Feb. 

14, 190S.) 
Silent partner. (H 106230, Feb. 14, 
1908.) 

Morris (Chas. E.), Chi- 
nook, Mont. 
Saddling an out law bronco. (H 
. 100868, Mar. 2, 1908.) [7087 

Moss (Thos. F.), Lacrosse, 

Wis. 

La Crosse and Sparta H. S. foot-ball 

game, Nov. 28, 1907. 3, 5, 6, 8, 9. 

(H 106020-106024, Feb. 7, 1908.) 

[7088-7092 

Muirson & Wright, Kan 

Jose, Cal. 

San Jose, California, electric tower, 

illuminated. (202 feel high). (F 

62037, Feb. 8, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 23, 

1908.) [7093 

Munsche (Richard C), 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
Our presidents— -1776 to L908. (F 
62987, Feb. 24, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 9, 
1908.) 17094 

Nardi (Sig. Pietro), Pitts- 
burg. Pa. 
Albero Geneologico Dei Reali di 
Savoia. (F 626C&, Feb. 7. 1908; 2 
c. Feb. 8, 1908.) [7095 

National educational card 

co., Eureka Springs, 

Ark. 

Burton (Hon. Charles G.) (F 62714. 

Feb. 15, 1908.) 1709(1 

National lines of Mexico, 

Geo. \Y. Hibbard, G. 

P. A., Mexico City, 

Mexico. * 
Belle (La.) seuorita. (G 18032, Jan. 

20, 1908.) [7097-7102 

In the hot lands. (G 18035, Jan. 20, 

1908.) 
My lady of today. (G 18036, Jan. 20, 

1908. ) 
Of the old regime. (G 1S034, Jan. 20, 

1908. ) 
On the Paseo de la Reforma. (G 

18037, Jan. 20, 1907.) 
Tehuantepec maiden. (G 1S033. Jan. 

20, 1908.) 

2 c. of each Feb. 8, 190S. 

National photograph co., 

Chicago, III. 

Nielson (Alice) and her victor- vic- 

trola. 1-6. (H 107003-10700S, Mar. 

5, 1908; 2 c. of each Feb. 19, 1908.) 

[7103-710S 



New York (City of), New 
York, N. Y. 
Clinton (Geo) ; by John Trumbull. (H 
106996, Mar. 4, 1908.) [7109-7111 

Hamilton (Alexander) ; by John Trum- 
bull. (H 100997, Mar. 4, 1908.) 

Washington (George) ; by John Trum- 
bull. (H 106995, Mar. 4, 1908.) 

N. Y. evening telegram 
I N. Y. herald co. ) , Jer- 
sey City, N. J. 
Bo,.k taught Bilkins. (F 62662, Feb. 
12, 1908 I 7112-7142 

(F 62766, Feb. IS, 3908.) 

(F 63089, Feb. 25, 3908.) 

(F 63260, Mar. 4, 1908.) 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. (F 62617, 
Feb. 10, 1908.) 

(F 62700, Feb. 14, 1908.) 

(F 62754, Feb. 17. 191 

(F 63054, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

i F 63056, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

(F 63172, Feb. 29, 1908.) 

( F 63204, .Mar. 2, 1908.) 

(F 63353, Mar. 6, 19 

( F 63403, Mar. 9, 1908.) 

Little Mrs. Thoughtful. (F 6261S, 
Feb. 10, 1908.) 

i F 62753, Feb. 17. 1908.) 

i F 63057, Feb. 24, 1908. » 

(F 63203, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

(F 63402, Mar. ;>, v.. 

Pilgrims Progress. (F 62661, Feb. 12, 

1908.) 
(F 62834, Feb. 19. 1908.) 

( F 63147, Feb. 1'7. 190S.) 

i F 63261, Mar. 4, 1908.) 

Puggy Poodle. (F 02701, Feb. 14, 
190S 

(F 62874, Feb. 20, 1908.) 

(P 63167, Feb. 28, 1908.) 

(F 63352, Mai-. 6, 1908.) 

Wisdom <>f Wiseheimer. (F 62616, Feb. 
lit. L908.) 

i F 62715, Feb. 15, 1906 

(F 63055, Feb. 21, 1908.) 

(F 63205, Mar. 2. 190S.) 

(F 63404, Mar. 9, 1008.) 

New York herald co., 
New York, N. Y. 
Adventures of the Angle family. (F 
62698, Feb. 14, 190S; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1908.) [7143-7178 

Adventures of the Angle people. (F 
62850, Feb. 20, 190S ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
190S. ) 

(F 63165. Feb. 28, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 

2. 1908.) 

(F 63350, Mar. 6, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 

9. 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, OUTS, AND PRINTS 
nos. 10-13, Mar., 1008 



115 



New York herald co., 
New York, N. Y. 
Ba-ba. (F 02372, Jan. 31, 1908; 2 c. 
Feb. 15, 1908. 

(F 62856, Feb. 20, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 

24, 3908.) 

(F G2S62, Feb. 20, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 

2, 191 

(F 62S68, Feb. 20, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 

9, 1908.) 
Buster Brown. (F 62376, Jan. 31, 

1908; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1908.) 

(F 62852, Feb. 20, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 

24, 1908.) 

(F 62858, Feb. 20, 1908: 2 c. Mar. 

2, 190S.) 

(F 62864, Feb. 20, 1908; 2c. Mar. 

9. 1908.) 
Fluffy Ruffles. (F 62699, Feb. 14, 

190S; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1908.) 

( F 62851, Feb. 20, 1908 : 2 c. Feb. 

24, 190S.) 

(F 63166, Feb. 28, 1908: 2 c. Mar. 

2, 1908.) 

(F 63351, Mar. 6, 1908: 2 c. Mar. 

9, 190S.) 

admiring her features. (F 63262, 

Mar. 4, 1908.) 

expectant. (F 63263, Mar. 4, 

1908.) 

Helpful bints for happy homes. (F 
63164. Feb. 28, 190S: 2 c. Mar. 2, 
190S. ) 

Jumbo Junior. (F 62375, Jan. 31, 
1908: 2 c. Feb. 15, 190S.) 

(F 62S53, Feb. 20, 190S : 2 c. Feb. 

24, 190S.) 

(F 62S59, Feb. 20, 190S ; 2 c. Mar. 

2. 1908.) 

(F 62865, Feb. 20, 1908 : 2 c. Mar. 

9, 190S.) 
Little Nemo in Slumberland. (F 

62371. Jan. 31, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 15, 

190S.) 

(F 62859, Feb. 20. 190S : 2 c. Feb. 

24, 1908.) 

(F 62S63, Feb. 20, 1908 : 2 c. Mar. 

2. 1908.) 

(F 62S69; Feb. 20, 1908 : 2 c. Mar. 

9, 1908.) 

Magdalena bay. (F 63405. Mar. 9, 

190S. ) 
Monkey shines of Marseleen. (F 

62373, Jan. 31, 190S : 2 c. Feb. 15. 

1908. ) 
(F 62S55, Feb. 20, 1908 : 2 c. Feb. 

24. 190S.) 
(F 62861. Feb. 20, 190S : 2 c. Mar. 

2, 190S.) 
(F 62S67. Feb. 20. 1908; 2 c. Mar. 

9, 1908.) 



New York herald co., 

New York, N. Y. 

Terrors of the tiny tads. (F 02374. 

Jan. 31, 1008: 2 c. Feb. 15, 1008.) 
(1 62854, Feb. 20, 1908: 2 c. Feb. 

24, 1908.) 
(F 62860, Feb. 20. 1908; 2 c. Mar. 

2. 1908.) 
(F 62866, Feb. 20, 1808; 2 c. Mar. 

9, 1' 

New York times co., New 

k, N. V. 
Astor 'Mrs. Waldorf Astor). (F 
63058, Feb. 24, 19< [7179-7181 

Society leaders in tableaux vivants. 

(F 63406. Mar. 9, 
Some im] ressions of the passing show. 
Feb. 0. 1908. I F 62642, Feb. 11. 
1908. i 

Newhall (A. D.), White 
Plains, X. Y. 
Fuhrer's (Wm.) bote! and park. (H 
106075, Feb. 10, 1908.) [7182 

Nicoll (W. T.i. Wheel- 
ing, W. 
Ohio river, government dam. (H 
1070S1. Mar. 7. 1908. [71S3. 7184 
Wheeling. W. Ya.. Government build- 
in-, i II 107080, Mar. 7. 1908.) 

Nightingale (E. J.), 
Louisville, Ky. 

They do tbe nicest work in Louisville. 
(F 63064, Feb. 25, 1908.) [7185 

Olds (E. A.). New York. 
N. Y. 
Martha. (II 106789, Mar. 2. 1908; 2 c. 
Mar. 4. 1008.) [7186 

Olson (W. CU, Alexan- 
dria, Minn. 
Alexandria, Minn. [1-7]. (H 106665- 
106671. Feb. 28, 190S.) [7187-7193 

Osborne co.. New York. 

N. Y. 

Afternoon tea. (F 62723. Feb. 15. 

1908.) [7194-7200 

American beauties. (F 62721. Feb. 15. 

1908.) 
Champion Runmev Rebecca, [dog. 1- 

3]. (F 626S3-62385, Feb. 14. .1908.) 
Chrysanthemum. (F 63141, Feb. 27. 

190S.) 
Early snow. (F 62710. Feb. 15. 1908.) 
Easter hat. (F 62720. Feb. 15. 1908.) 
Girl in red. (F 62724, Feb. 15. 1908.) 

In from the fields. (F 62716. Feb. 15. 
1908.) 

Matinee girl. (F 62718, Feb. 15. 
190S. ) 



116 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Osborne co., New York, 

N. Y. 

New Year's greeting. (F 62717, Feb. 

15, 1908.) 
No school for me. [1-3] (F 62686- 

626S8, Feb. 14, 1908.) 
Yellow roses. (F 62722. Feb. 15, 
1908.) 

Otis lithograph company. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Belle of Richmond [7 theatrical post- 
ers] (G 1S098-18100, Feb. 6, 1908; 
G 18134-18137, Feb. 13, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Feb. 10, 1908.) [7210-7216 

Ottmann lithographing 

co., New York, N. Y. 

American beuaties. (G 1S203. Feb. 

29. 1908.) 17217 

Outcault Hi. V.), Flush- 
ing, X. Y. 
Besl mad.'. (F 63382, Mar. 7. 190S.) 

[7218 7227 
Besl is our word. (F 63380, Mar. 7, 

1908.) 
Eat whal we can. I F 63384, Mar. 7, 

1908.) 
Have the best. (F 63383, Mar. 7. 

L908.) 
Our slutcs an- made on a last that 

lasts. (F 63378, .Mar. 7. 1908.) 
Prices down. (F 63381, Mar. 7, 190S.) 
Some folks don't gire enough care to 

their feet, i F 63377, Mar. 7. 1908.) 
They stand the strain. ( F 63376, Mar. 

7, 1908.) 
This shoe feels fine inside (F 03379, 

Mar. 7, 1908.) 
We sell shoes. (F 63375, Mar. 7. 

1908.) 

Packard | Bdw. II.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Ahoy- Are you giving God a square 
deal. -Barque Only Jesus. -Chris- 
tian warfare. -Come over now. — 
Endurance. — Eureka ! Eureka ! — 
Launch out.— No man having put 
his hand to the plow. — Safe.— 
Strength. — Study to show. — Win 
out. [7228 7240 

(F 63334-63346, Mar. 6, 1908; 2 
c. of each Mar. 7. 1908.) 

Paxton toilet co., Boston. 
Mass. 

Sweet as a rose. (F 02742. Feb. S, 
1908. 1 [ 7241 

Penfield (U. W.), New 

York, N. 5 . 

Scooter Eagle speeding against a high 

wind. (H 106572, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

[7242 



Pesha (L.), Marine City, 
Mich. 
Tashmoo on River St. Clair. (H 
106810, Mar. 2, 190S.) [7243 

Photo art shop, St. Paul, 

Minn. 

St. Paul, greetings from. A 1. A 2. 

(H 106084, 106085, Feb. 10, 1908.) 

[7244, 7245 

Pierce (Henry Havelock), 
Cambridge. Mass. 
des Planches (Ambassador) A-C. 

[7246 
des Planches (Baroness) A-C. 

(H 106803-106808, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

Eddy (Rev. Mary Raker Glover) A. 
(IT 106802, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

Pratt (Charles A.), Cap- 

ron. 111. 

Glad hand, i F 62876, Feb. 20, 1908.) 

[7253 7255 
Jester (The). (F 62878, Feb. 20, 

1908.) 
Number she didn't get. (F 62877, 
Feb. 20, L908.) 

2 c. of each Feb. 13, 190S. 

Prawitz (Edward John), 
St. Joseph, Mo. 
Moonlight od Lake Contrary. (H 
106792, Mar. 2, 1906.) [7256 

Puffer (B. Frank), New 

York. X. Y. 
Dean twins, ill 106247, Feb. 14, 
1908.) [7267 

Purdy (J. E.), Wake- 
field, v 
Woodford (Gen. Stewart L.) 1. 2. 
(II 106627, 106628, Feb. 27, 1908.) 

3, 4. (II 107050, 107051, Mar. G, 

1908.) 

QllillD (F. F.i. Texar- 
kana, Ark. 
For life. ( F 63318, Feb. 24. 1908; 2 c. 
Feb. 24, 1908.) [7262 

Rafert (M. F.i. Los An- 
geles, Cal. 

Woman hermit of Santa Anita Canyon. 
( II 107096, Mar. 9, 1908.) [7263 

Randel (J. Aug). New 
York, N. Y. 
Butterfly stud v. (II 106521, Feb. 10, 
1908.) [7261 

Kan (William H.), Phila- 
delphia. Pa. 

Out for a spin. 26000. (H 107077. 

Mar. 7. 1908.) [7266 

Putting Kitty to bed. 260S9. (H 
107076. Mar. 7, 1908. 



fto§. 10 L3, Mar 



ENGRAVINGS, COTS, AND PRINTS 
1908 



117 



Ran (William H.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Special delivery. 26091. (H 107078, 

Mar. 7. 19Q8.) 
United we stand. 26092. (H 107079, 

Mar. 7. 1908.) 
Waiting for breakfast. 26088. (H 
10707r,. Mar. 7. 1908.) 

Reber (Louis), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Masonic- emblems, design. (G 1815G, 
Feb. 13, 1908: 2 c. Feb. 19, 1908.) 

[7270 
Richardson (Homer L.), 
Somerville, Mass. 
West Danville. Vt., Richardson's Is- 
land Rest, Joe's pond. (F 63066, 
Feb. 25, 1908.) [7271 

Ridenonr (Chas. Edward), 
Philadelphia. Pa. 
Kiss (The) (H 10G708, Feb. 20, 
1908.) [7272-7274 

Smile (The) (H 106706, Feb. 20. 

1908.) 
Wink (The) (H 106707, Feb. 20, 
1908. ) 

Ritchie bros., Ceutralia, 
111. 
Easter time. H. — 

Easter. I. (H 105913, 105914. Feb. 5, 

1908; 1 c. of each Feb. 3, 190S: 1 c. 

of each Jan. 27, 1908.) [7275. 7270 

Rochlitz studio, New 

York. N. Y. 

Loeb (William), jr. (H 106220. Feb. 

14. 1908.) [7277. 727^ 
Roosevelt (Theodore) (H 106219, 

Feb. 14. 190S.) 

Rockwood photographic 
co.. New York. N. Y. 
Readv for his morning bath. (H 
106522, Feb. 19, 190S.) [7279 

Roelofs (Arthur), Aldan. 
Pa. 
Yard of puppies. (F 62S79. Feb. 21. 
1908: 2 c. Feb. 12. 1908.) [7280 

Roesch (Louis), San 
Francisco. Cal. 
Ambushed by Indians. (G 18144. Feb. 

15, 1908: 2 c. Feb. 1, 1908.) [72S1 
Rothschild & Hevman. 

New York, N. Y. 

Big enough for any job. (G 18201. 

Feb. 29. 1908.) [7282 

Rotosraph co.. New York, 

N. Y. 

Corn as we srow it in . (H 

106275. Feb. 15, 1908.) [7283-7285 

Load of com from . (H 106276. 

Feb. 15. 1908.) 

Two products of . (H 106274. Feb. 

15, 190S. i 



R ungi us < Ca rl t . Brook- 
lyn. N. Y. 
Comim: to the call. (H 106573, Feb. 
25, 190* [7286 

Rust's (Fred) book shop 

Kansas City. Mo. 

Now Christmas has come. (F 58313, 

Sept. 23. 19<»7. , 7-7289 

O holy child of Bethlehem. (F 58315, 

Sept. 23. 1907.) 
O now is come our jovful'st time. (F 
58314, Sept 23, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Oct 25. 1907. 
Sacketl cV Wilhelms co., 
Now York. N. Y. 
Mischief. (G ir. J. 1908.) 

[7290. 7291 
Violet. (G 18193, Feb. 25, 1908; 2 c. 
Feb. 26, 190* 

San Francisco art leather 

< •".. San Fr Sal. 

r. s. f.ccr entering GoldeD Gate. (H 

106919, Mar. 3, 1908.) [7292 

Sander < P. i . New York, 

N. V. 

Atlantic City, N. J., Hotel Travmore. 

IF «.) !72!>-i-7310 

Christinas bells. F 62705, Feb. 15, 

1908: 2 c. Jan. 8, 1908.) 
Christmas eve. - F 62709, Feb. 15. 

1908; 2 c. J 
Christmas greetings. (F 62710, Feb. 

15. 1908; 8, 1908.) 

Christmas tree. (F 62707, Feb. 15. 

1908; 2 c. J 08.) 

Church on Christmas morn. (F 02711. 

Feb. 15, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1908.) 
Kvergreen plant. (F 62702, Jan. 8, 

1908. • 
Holly spray. (F 62706, Feb. 15. 190S ; 

2 c. Jan. 8, 19 
Horseshoe (The. <F 02704. Feb. 15, 

1908: 2 c. Jan. 8, 1! 
Leap year [1-0] (F 02730-02741. 

Feb. 17. 19* - 
New Year clock. (F 62708, Feb. 15, 

1908; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1908.) 
Santa and the holly wreath. (F 
62712. Feb. 15, 1908; 2 c. Jan. S. 
1908.) 
Santa Clans. F 62703, Jan. 8. 1007.) 
Sanders (Walter F.), 
Trenton. Mich. 
For fight or frolic. I F 63092. Feb. 26, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1908.) [7311 

Sanford (John F.i. York 
Village, Me. 
York Village, Maine, old jail [1. 2] 
(H 106280. 106281, Feb. 17. 1908.) 

[7312. 7313 



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pt. iv, n. 1., v. 3 



Sawyer (Lewis E.), Mus- 
kegon. Mich. 
[Muskegon, Mich.] Lake Michigan, 
park, lake front. (H 107049, Mar. 
6, 1908.) [7314 

Schaefer (H. G.), Ann 
Arbor, Mich. 
Block M greetings. (H 106787, Feb. 
13, 1908.) [7315 

Schiller (F. V.), Oak- 
land, Cal. 
Interlocking stone co., Oakland, Cal. 
[Calendar] (F 03001. Jan. 27, 1908.) 

[7316 

Schloss bros. & co., Balti- 
more, Md. 
Fashion and fancy. (F 02792. Feb. 
19, 1908.) [7317 

Schmidt (John R.), Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 
Horsley (Miss Louisa D.L (H 107046, 
Mar. 6, 1908.) [7318 

Schneider (F. A.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Irene.— Janet. [7319, 7320 

(G 18194, 18105, Feb. 27. 1908.) 

Schradsky company, Den- 
ver, Colo. 
Enemies of special privilege. (H 
104989, Jan. 9, 1908; 2 c. Fob. 28, 
1908.) [7321 

Schreyvogel (Chas.), Ho- 

boken, N. J. 

Silenced warwhoop. <H 106256, Feb. 

15, 1908.) [7322 

Schwab & Wolf, New 
York. N. Y. 
Leap year, i G 18175, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

[7323 

Scribner's (Charles) sons, 
New York, N. Y. 
My chauffeur. 24,7325 

Virginia. 

(F 62654, 62655, Feb. 12, 1908.) 

Selleck i Oa k 1 ey ) . New 

York. N. Y. 
Romeo ami Juliet up-to-date. (F 
62733, Feb. 6, 1908: 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1908.) [7326 

Sheahan ( Ma urice T. ) , 

Brookline, Mass. 
Four good thoughts. (F 61242, Dec. 

28, 1907.) [7327-7330 

Leap vear. 1908. < F 03005. Feb. 25, 

1908.) 
They say a woman can't keep a secret. 

(F 61243, Dec. 28, 1907.) 
Yer mus keep a movin Rastus. (F 

61241, Dec. 28, 1907.) 



Shonk (Chas. W.) com- 
pany, Maywood, 111. 
Cavalier. (G 18110, Feb. 10. 1908.) 

[7331 

Slater (Mrs. S. A.), Ben 
Lomand, Cal. 
California rose. (H 106657, Feb. 28, 
1908.) [7332 

Slevin (L. S.). Carmel, 
Cal. 
Miguel. (H 106571, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

[7333 

Southern states mutual 

life insurance co. 

Charleston, 

\V. Va. 

Tower. A, of strength. (G 18207, aMr. 

4, 190S; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1908.) [7334 

Stanyan (C. P.). Hermis- 
ton, Oregon. 
Pioneer laying last rail. (H 106920, 
Mar. 3, 1908.) [7335 

stark (Henry), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Rockport, Mo. ri, 2]. (IT 106186, 
L87, Feb. 12. 1907.) [7336, 7337 

Starr (Sylva J.), Cor- 
vallis, Oreg. 
CorvaJlis, Oregon, scene on Marv's 
river. [733^ 

Willamette vr 

(F <\:\-\r>:), 63154, Feb. 26, 19 
c. of each Feb. 10, 1908.) 

Stebbens (Nathaniel L.). 
Somervillo, Mass. 
Chester (U. S. S.) 18482-18489. ill 
106791-106801, Mar. 2. 1908; 2 
each Mar. 9, 1908.) [7340-7347 

Stereo-travel co.. Corona. 
New York. X. Y. 
Alhambra, Spain, room of the Sisters. 
(II 106358, Feb. 18, 1908.) 

[7348-7472 
Amain, Italy, Pergola, Capuchin 
vent, now a hotel. (H 106446, Feb. 
IS, 1908.) 

Aries, France [1. 2|. (II 10 
100120, Feb. 18, 1908.) 

Arlington, Va., National cemetery. 
(II 106413, Feb. 18, 1908.) 

Athens. Greece. [1-3.] (H 106359- 
106361, Feb. 18, 1908.) 

Avignon, southern France, ancient 
wall. (II 100416. Feb. 18, 1908.) 

Baalbek, Syria, Temple of Jupiter. 
(H 106339, Feb. IS. 190S.) 

Bettws-y-Coed, Wales. [1, 2]. (H 
106376, 106377. Feb. 18, 190 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 
nos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



119 



Stereo-travel co., Corona, 

New York, N. Y. 

Brownsville, Texas. [1, 2]. (H 

106434, 306435, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Cairo, Egypt. [1-3]. (H 106340- 

106342, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Canterbury, England. [1-3]. (H 

106367-106309, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Chicago, 111. [1-5]. (H 106421- 

100425, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Children on the Mexican border, 

Texas. (H 106438, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Common sight in Spanish streets. (H 

106442, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Conway castle, England [1, 2]. (H 

100370, 106371, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Cordova, Spain, columns in cathedral. 

(H 106355, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Delphi, Greece, Stadium. (H 106365, 

Feb. 18, 1908.) 

Egypt [1-5]. (H 106347-106351, Feb. 

18. 190S.) 
England, English country road. (H 

106388, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Epidr.uros, Greece, Theater. (H 

106362, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Fontainebleau, France [1, 2] (H 

106400, 106401, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Gipsey girl at Grenada, Spain. (H 

106357, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Glasgow, Scotland. [1. 2] (H 106372, 

Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Greece, threshing flour. (H 106366, 

Feb. 18, 1908. ) 
Hastings, England, selling fish at auc- 
tion. (H 106379, Feb. IS, 1908.) 
Italy, drawing water for irrigation. 

(H 106448, Feb. 18, 190S.) 
Jerusalem [1-5] (H 106334-106338, 

Feb. IS, 190S.) 

King's Ranch. Texas. (H 106436, 
106437, Feb. 18, 1908.) 

Llandudno, England. Happy valley. 
(H 106381, Feb. 18, 1908.) 

London, England [1-6] (H 1063S2- 
106387, Feb. IS, 1908.) 

Lucerne, Switzerland, Kappelbrucke. 
(H 106389, Feb. 18, 1908.) 

Madrid, Spain. Puerta del Sol. (H 
106352, Feb. IS, 1908.) 

Menai bridge. England. (H 106378, 
Feb. 18, 1908.) 

Monte Carlo from Monaco, Southern 
France. (H 106415, Feb. 18, 1908.) 

Montreux, Switzerland, women work- 
ers in the vineyard. (H 106414, 
Feb. 18, 1908.) 



Stereo-travel co., Corona, 

New York, N. Y. 

Mount Vernon, Va., Washington's old 

home. (H 106412, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Naples from San Martino, Italy. (H 

106447, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Natural bridge, Va. (H 106430, Feb. 

18, 1908.) 
New York, N. Y. [1-4] (H 106426- 

106429, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Nice from Castle hill, Southern France. 

(LI 106417, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Nile (The) Egypt. [1-4]. (H 

106343-106346, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Nimes, Southern France, arena. (H 

106418, Feb. IS, 1908.) 
Olympia, Greece [1, 2] (H 106363, 

100364, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Paestum, Italy. (H 106449, Feb. 18, 

1908.) 
Palestine 1 1-9 1 (H 106325-106333. 

Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Paris, France [1-8] (H 106402- 

106409, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Pasadena, Cal. (H 106433, Feb. 18. 

190S.) 
Pompeii, Italy, old wheel tracks. (H 

1(16446, Feb. 18, 1908.) 
Rome, Italy [1-3] (H 106439-106441, 

Feb. IS, 1908.) 
Santa Catalina, Cal. (H 106432, Feb. 

18, 1908.) 

Scotch deer. (H 106443, Feb. 18, 
190S.) 

Segovia, Spain, young Spanish ladies 
making lace. (LI 106353. Feb. 18, 
190S.) 

Seville, Spain, doorway, Hall of Am- 
bassadors. Alcazar. (H 106356, Feb. 

18, 1908.) 

Stratford-on-Avon, England, Shakes- 
peare's birthplace. (H 1063S0, Feb. 

IS, 190S.) 

Switzerland [1-7] (H 106393-106399. 
Feb. 18, 1908.) 

Tesuque, N. Mex., Tesuque Indian 
making images. (H 106431, Feb. 18, 
190S.) 

Thun, Switzerland. [1, 2] (H 106390. 
106391, Feb. 18, 1908.) 

Toledo, Spain, cloisters in San Juan 
de los Reves. (H 106354. Feb. 18, 
190S. ) 

Venice. Italy, Grand canal. (H 
106444, Feb. 18, 1908.) 

Washington, D. C. [1. 2] (H 106410. 
106411, Feb. 18, 1908.) 



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pt iv. n. s., v. 3 



Stereo-travel co., Corona, 
New York, N. Y. 
Windsor, England, Windsor palace. 
[1, 2] (H 106374, 106375, Feb. 18, 
1908. I 
Zermatt. Switzerland, the Matterhorn. 
(H 106392, Feb. 18, 190S.) 

Stone (Chas. J.), co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Sartorial world engravings. Feb., 1908. 
Supplements A-C. (F 63150-63152, 
Feb. 28, 1908.) [7473-7475 

Strobridge lithographing 
company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 
[ Posters 1 
NY. 12677. (G 17991, Jan 20, 1908; 
■1 e. Feb. 10, 1908.) [7476-7501 

1908-R-58. (G 17989, .Fan. 20, 

2 c. Feb. 17. 1908.) 

1908-B-19, 1908 B Sk 1908-R-ll, 

1908-R-62. (G 17985 17988, Jan. 

20, 1908; 2 c. of each Mar. 2, 1908.) 

1908 -B i;4. (G 18078, Feb. :;. 1908.) 

N. Y. 12684. (G 18065, Feb. 3. 1908; 

2 c. Feb. 10, 190$ 
X. Y. 12685. (G 18080, Feb. ::. L908; 

. Feb. 17, 1908.) 
1908 B- '•>. 1908-B 18, 1908 B I.",. 1908 
R-10, 1908 R 18, 1908- 
R-19, 1908-R 63, 1908 R 83. (G 
18063, L8064, 18066, 18069, 18070, 
18075, lso79, 18081, 18082, Feb. 3. 
1908 : 2 c. of each Mar. 2. 1908. | 
N. V. 12690, X. Y. 1209::. (G l^lls. 
18119, Feb. 1<>. 1908; l' c. of each 
Feb. 17. 1908.) 
X. Y. 12694, 1908 B 10, 1908-B-30. (Ft 
18111, 18] L2, 18120, Feb. 10. 1908; 
2 c. of each Mar. 2. L908.) 

B IF 1908-B- 13, 1908 B 26, (G 
18189-18191, Feb. 21. 1908; 2 c. of 
cue!: Mar. 2. 1908.) 

Stuart (W. G.), Wash- 
ington, D. ('. 

Federal indoor games, Washington, 1>. 

F. i F 02615. Feb. 1<», 1908.) [7502 

Sweet bros., Minneapolis, 

Minn. 

Farrington (Luther) residence. A. 

(H 10660S. Feb. 26, 1908.) 

[7503-7505 
Johnson (Gov. & Mrs. John A.) C. 

(H 106526, Feb. 20. 1908.) 
Mavzhuck Kege Shig. A. (H 107065, 
Mar. 6, 1908.) 

Tangen (Ed.), Boulder, 
Colo. 
Champagne, the most perfect horse in 
the world, score 95*. (H 106214. 
Feb. 13, 1908.) [7506 



Tapestry paint co., Chi- 
cago. 111. 
Mexican painting and cut out work de- 
sign. (F 63181, Mar. 2, 1908.) [7507 

Teas (Edward Y.), Cen- 
terville. Ind. 
Everblooming hydrangea. (F 62 
Feb. 6, 1908; 2 c Fob. 17. 1908.) 

Throssel [Richard], Crow 
Agency, Mont. 
Bull goes hunting. 6801. (H 76471, 
May 1. 1906: 2 c. Sept. 9, 1907.) 

Tiny tads company, Xew 

York. X. Y. 

Buds are sprouting on the trees. (P 

62893, Feb. 21, 1908.) '-7512 

Don't be glum, i F 62894, Fob. 21, 

1908.) 
Ob. some folks don't like wilder. {V 
62279, Jan. 28, 190 

Tolos i IF F. ). Seattle. 

Wash. 

Washington views - 

1069, 1063, 18, 107". 

1075-1077, 1079-1081. H 
1088, 1096, 1097. ill 106000-106019, 
Feb. 7. 1908 : i c. of each duly rec'd 
Oct 907, l c. of each Feb. 7, 

p.'« S 7513 

Torney (J. Lee), Balti- 
more, Md. 
Jungle Beauties. < II 106695, Fi 

1908.) 
Monarch of the jungle. I II 10 

Feb. 28, v.'ns.i 
Pasha, [ndiau leopard. til LO 

.. 28, 190* 
Frond and fearless, ill 106696, 
28, ions, i 

Royal group, ill 106697, Feb 
1908.) 

Tribune company, Chi- 
ago, 111. 
Congo skin game. (F 63399, Mar. 9. 
loos.) 9 7553 

Danny dreamer. (F 62611, Fob. 10, 
1908.) 

(F 62744, Feb. 17. lit" 

(F 62991. Feb. 24. 1! 

(F 63208, Mar. 2. 1! 

Keep your eve on mamma's angel child. 
( F 63188, Mar. 2. 1908.) 

Fundstrom (Jane), the most beautiful 
woman in Sweden, ill 10658, Feb. 
24. 1908.) 

Mamma's angel child. (F 63401, 
9, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 
nos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



121 



Tribune company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Mrs. Dingle's diary. (F 62746, Feb. 

17. 1908.) 

Old Opie Dilldock. (F 62610, Feb. 10, 
1908. ) 

— (F 62745, Feb. 17, 1908.) 

— (F 0291)0, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

— (F 63207, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

— (F 63398, Mar. 9, 1908.) 



Procuring of a dinner. (F 63206, Mar. 
2. 1908.) 

Turner (Fred'k E.), So. 

Windham, Conn. 

Willimantic, Conn. Views from top of 

American thread co's chimney [1^4.] 

(H 106154-106157, Feb. 11, 1908.) 

[7554-7557 
Underbill (Irving), Jer- 
sey City, N. J. 
St. Regis hotel. C. 6354. (H 103824, 
Dec. 18, 1907: 2 c. Feb. 17, 1908.) 

[7558-7560 
Statue of liberty. C. 6421. (H 105099, 

Jan. 14, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1908.) 
Willianisburgh bridge. C. 6423. ■ (F 
105100. Jan. 14. 1908: 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1908.) 

Underwood & Underwood, 

New York, N. Y. 
[Stereoscopic photographs.] 
IT 12641-U 12645. (H 106103-10610S, 
Feb. 10, 1908.) [7561-7671 

L r 3740S, U 42161, U 44640, U 47499, 
U 9215S, U 93312, U 99454, U 104434. 
(H 106174-106181, Feb. 12, 1908.) 
U 88409, U 93333, U 108291, U 108292, 
U 108302, U 10S307. U 108313, U 
108318, U 10S32S, U 1099S1. (H 
106264-106273. Feb. 15, 1908.) 

112648, 11264S-2. (H 106321, 
106322 r Feb. 18, 1908.) 

[ T 274SS. U 27940, U 28086. U 28630, 
U 2S646, U 2S6S5. U 29337. U 46415, 
U 4SS66, U 48927. U 92450, U 108496, 
U 112178. (H 106474-106486, Feb. j 
19, 1908.) 

U 2S726. (H 106545. Feb. 21. 1908: 2 
c. Feb. 24. 190S.) 

T 34710, U 86S05. U 89739. U 92100, 
U 106803, U 10SS57. (H 106552- 
106557. Feb. 24. 1908. I 

: 40878, U 61211, U 112625-112633, 
U 1120^5. (H 106576-106587. Feb. 
25. 1908; 2 c. of each Feb. 26, 1908.) 

| 44419, U 61165, U 106513. U 106656, j 
U 106696, U 106713. U 106743, U 
112619. (H 106600-106607. Feb. 26, 
190S: 2 c. of each Feb. 27. 190S.) 



Underwood & Underwood, 
New York, N. Y. 

[ Stereoscopic photographs. ] 

U 112636. (H 106629, Feb. 27, 1908.) 

U 26508, U 26537, U 26585, U 26792, U 
26854, U 26954, U 27014, U 27195, U 
27225, U 27784, U 86104, U 98735, U 
98923, U 100341, U 101420. (H 
106672-106686, Feb. 28, 1908 ; 2 c. of 
each Feb. 29, 1908.) 

D 77438, r 87332, ^7343. B 62. B 6. 
(H 106763-1 oc,767, Feb. 29, 1908.) 

r 26519. U 26718, D -7552, U 98404, U 
98412, D '.<S426, U 100617, U 100649. 
(H 106812-106819, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

U 30946, U 31197, U 42273. U 85875, U 
S5996, U 85997, U 87491, U 93244, U 
106559, U 106560, U 112693, U 
112691. (IT 106936-106947, Mar. 4, 
1908.) 

U 98343, U 98439. U 98985, U 98996, U 
101107. (H 107127-107131, Mar. 9, 
1908.) 

U. S. fashion & sample 
book co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Fall & winter l<»^ season. A. (G 
18101, Feb. 6. 1908. , [7672 

United States lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

[Posters] 

11132, 11147, 11185, 111S6. 11189. (G 
18047-18051, Feb. 1, 190S.) 

[7673-7700 

11148. 11162, 11191. (G 18107-1S109, 
Feb. 10, 190S.) 

11135, 11213. 11216-11 21S, 11221. (G 
1S13S-18143, Feb. 15. 1908.) 

343, 344, 349, 11141. 11142. (G 18169- 
18173, Feb. 21, 1908.) 

351. 11139, 11154, 11209, 11220. (G 
18177-18181, Feb. 24. 190S.) 

11205, 11214, 11215, 11219. (G 18197- 
18200. Feb. 29. 1908.) 

Urbain (E.), Norristown. 
Pa. 

King and two poor men. (F 63322, 
Feb. 26, 1908.) [7701-7702 

Resurrection of Cuba. (F 63321, Feb. 
26, 1908.) 

Valentine (Edward Yir- 

ginius), Richmond, Ya. 

La Fayette (M. le marquis) (H 99326, 

Sep. 12, 1907: 2 c. Feb. 27. 190S.) 

[7703 



122 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Van Eaton (Helen D.), 

New York, N. Y. 

New York stock exchange, closing 

hour. (H 107093, Mar. 7, 1908; 1 c. 

Feb. 26, 1908; 1 c. Mar. 7, 1908.) 

[7704-7706 

Delivering an order. 

Finishing touch. 

(H 107094, 107095, Mar. 7, 1908.) 

Vitagraph company of 
America, New York. N. Y. 
At the stage door. (H 106451, Feb. 
19, 1908.) [7707-7713 

Child's prayer. (H 106916, Mar. 3, 
1908.) 

Cupid's realm. (H 106452, Feb. 19, 
• 1908.) 

For he's a jolly good fellow. (106921, 
Mar. 3, 1908.) 

Money lender. (H 106922, Mar. 3, 
1908.) 

Tale of a shirt. (H 107067, Mar. 7, 
1908.) 

Tit for tat (H 107060, Mar. 7, 1908.) 

Viti (Marcel A.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Vita (Marcel A.) (H 106986, Mar. 
4, 1908.) [7714 

Ward (Joseph F.) & Hoer- 
ner (John H.), New 
Orleans, La. 
College poster. (F 63090, Jan. 30, 
190S ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1908.) [7715 

Waterman (L. E.), com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
'Mid castles in the air. (H 106590. 
Feb. 26, 190S. i [7716 

Webster (D. E.), Grand 

Rapids. Mich. 

Ear of corn. (F 63258, Mar. 4, 1908.) 

[7717 
Weinstein (Harry), Den- 
ver, Colo. 
Mental evolution. (H 106613, Feb. 25, ! 
1908; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1908.) [7718 

Wellman (Walter), New 
York, N. Y. 
Need a doctor? Try Dan Cupid, M. D. 
[1-32.] (F 63109-63140, Jan. 10, 
1908.) [7719-7750 

Wertheimer (Dan S.) co., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Raths-keller. (G 18174, Feb. 1, 1908; 
2 c. Feb. 18, 1908.) [7751 j 

Westermann (L. A.) 
New York, N. Y. 
Spring. (F 63108, Feb. 25, 1908; 2 c. 
Feb. 18, 1908.) [7752 



Wheeler i Mary Eliza- 
beth), Aiken, S. C. 
She was led to the hymeneal altar. 
(H 107089, Mar. 9, 1908.) [7753 

White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 
New York, N. Y., great 40-story tower 
of Singer building during construc- 
tion. 72. (H 107114, Mar. 9, 190S.) 
[7754-7764 
[U. S. battleships.] 7472-7475, 767T, 
7478, 74S0-74S3. (H 107104-107113, 
Mar. 9, 1908.) 

White (L. S.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Soul kiss. 14, 17, 24, 29, 33, 35, 38. 
(H 106222-106225, 106227-10 
Feb. 14, 1908; 2 c. of each Feb. 17, 
1908.) [7765-7771 

Whitehead & Hoag co., 
wark, N. J. 
At the well. (F 63156, Feb. 28, 1908; 
2 c. Feb. 26, 1908. \ [7772 

Y\ Lederseim (Grace G.), 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ai last. (G 18239, Mar. 6, 1908; 2 c. 

Mar. 9, 1908 [7773, 7774 

Beauty and the beast (F 62664, Feb. 
13, 1908.) 

Williams (C. U.), Bloom- 
ington, 111. 
Ackley (A. C !. (H 106119, 

Feb. 10, 1908.) [7775-7S09 

Fisher (Fred) 5610-6612, 5514, 5515, 
5495. ill 106112-106117, Feb. 10, 
1908. ) 

Pledger (C. P.) 5517. (H 106118, 
Feb. 10, 1908.) 

Sunday (W. A.), 5516, 5520 5545. CH 

106120-106146, Feb. 10. 190 

Wilmington rod & gun 
club, Wilmington, 
Ohio. 
Wilmington, Ohio five man amateur 
team, 484-500 in competition. (H 
106259, Feb. 3, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 6, 
1908.) [7810 

Wood (Otis F.), New 
Brighton, X. Y. 

Rub. he's always to blame. (F 62633. 
Feb. 10, 1908.) [7811-7838 

(F 62750. Feb. 17, 1908.) 

(F 63032. Feb. 24. 1908.) 

(F 63240, Mar. 2, 190S.) 

(F 63429. Mar. 9, 190S.) 

Mary and her litle lamb. (F 627.~2. 
Feb. 17, 1908.) 

(F 63238. Mar. 2. 190S.) 

(F 63426. Mar.- 9. 1908. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRI 
nos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



123 



Wood (Otis F.), New 
Brighton, N. Y. 
Nicodemus Napoleon James Crow, esq. 
(F G2634, Feb. 10, 1908.) 

— (F G3033, Feb. 24, 1908.) 
Sambo and his funny noises. (F 62631, 

Feb. 10, 1908.) 

— (F 62748, Feb. 17, 1908.) 
(F 63030, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

— (F 63237, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

— (F 63425, Mar. 9, 1908.) 
Simon Simple. (F 62635, Feb. 10, 

1908.) 



Wood (Otis F.), New 
Brighton, N. Y. 
Simon Simple. (F 62751, Feb. 17, 
1908.) 

(F 63034, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

(F 63241, Mar. 2, 1908. ) 

, (F 03427, Mar. 9, 1908.) 

, Wags, the dog that adopted a man. 
(F 62632, Feb. 10, 1908.) 

(F 62749, Feb. 17, 1908) 

; (F 63031, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

(F 63239, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

! (F 63428, Mar. 9. 1908.) 



Summary statement of deposits, received and credited, included in the Cata- 
logue since January 1, 1908. 



Number of entries of Engravings, Cuts and Prints, completed by deposit 2895 

Number of entries of Chromos and Lithographs, completed by deposit 602 

Number of entries of Photographs completed by deposit 3757 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 



Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with 
applications for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs 
intended to be perfected as works of the fine arts. Arranged in monthly alphabets by 
proprietors with subalphabets of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated : the statement as to 
the receipt of the photograph is always omitted when it has been received on the 
day of entry. The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read : Copy- 
right by Henry H. Ahl. [United States]. ■ Class I, XXc. no. 24705, March 4, 1908: 1 
photograph received March 4, 1908. 



Ahl (Henry H.), [United 
States]. 

Crucifixion (The) : by H. H. Ahl. 
Christ in center, a Vhief on either 
side. Roman soldiers in foreground. 
(I 24705. Mar. 4. 1908.) [7836-7839 

Bacchus and his troop; by H. H. 
Ahl. Bacchus and his drunken troop 
dancing through the woods. (I 
24707. Mar. 4. 1908.) 

Faun and nymph : by H. H. Ahl. Faun 
leading: nymph by hair of her head, 
throuch the woods. (I 24706. Mar. 
4. 1908. i 

Plum island marshes: by H. H. Ahl. 
Vast stretch of marshy land, one 
large stack of hay in foreground. 
(I 24704. Mar. 4, 190S.) 

American tobacco com- 
pany, New York. N. Y. 
Cherry girl; girl with large straw hat 
on. trimmed with cherries and 
leaves: girl holds two cherries by 
the stem between her teeth. (I 
24762. Mar. 10. 1908.) [7840 

Anderson (Hattie B.), 
New York, N. Y. 
Study of head, in bronze. Head and 
neck upon pedestal, hair parted in 
middle, head turned to right. (I 
24585, Feb. 19. 1008: 1 photo. Feb. 
8. 1908.-) [7841 

Arthur (James), Detroit. 

Mich. 

Chrysanthemums. Head and bust of 

young woman holding in her arm 

three chrysanthemums. (I 24767. 

Mar. 10. 1908.) [7842-7846 

Dorothy : half figure of a young woman 

in pale yellow. 1 1 24719. Mar. 5. 

190S. i 
Girl with rose. Three quarter figure 

of a vouns woman in lace sown. (I 

24716. Mar. 5, 1908.) 

Opera girl. Half figure of a young 
woman with dark brown hair. (I 
24718. Mar. 5, 1908.) 



Arthur (James), Detroit. 
Mich. 
Widow (The) Three quarter figure of 
a young woman. (I 24717. Mar. 5. 
1908.) 

Austrian < Ben i. Reading, 
Pa. 
Alone. Small chicle looking at emptv 
egg shell. iT 2461 5, Feb. 25, 1908.) 

7-7S50 

Downy nest Old basket filled with 

feathers and straw, six little chicks 

in the basket <I 34613, Feb. 25. 

190s.) 

First outing. Eight little chicks play- 
ing around an old rnsty pan. 1 1 
24614. Feb. 25, 1908.) 

Just found. Old fashioned basket con- 
taining five chicks. (I 24616. Feb. 
25, 1908.) 

Barnes-Crosby company. 
Chicago. 111. 
L 2553, L 2555. L 2556, L 2558, L 2559. 
L 2560. L 2563. L 2564. L 2568, L 
2569. L 2570. L 2574. L 2575. L 2576, 
L 2577. L 2578. (I 24659-24674. 
Feb. 29. 1908.) [7851-7866 

Birnev I Win. V.). New 
York. N. Y. 
Clearing up the title. Interior of 
large library. Seated at long table 
are two men. To the left stand two 
more men. 1 1 24765. Mar. 10, 1908.) 

[7867 

Bischoff & Hone, Mun- 

chen. Germany. 

Abendlied: by Arnold Tillberg. Old 

monk, sitting with back against tree. 

playing violin. (I 24648. Feb. 28, 

1908.) [7868-7872 

Alte Miihlen bei Mons : by Hermann 
Bitter. A place in Holland : row- 
boat in foreground : wind mills and 
houses in background. (I 24649. 
Feb. 28, 1908.) 

Muttergluck: by Hans Volkert 
Woman with an unclad child in her 
lap. (I 24650, Feb. 28, 1908.) 
125 



126 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTKIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Bischoff & Hofle, Mun- 
chen, Germany. 
Stierkampf ; by Willie Geiger. Bull 
fight, man waving red cloth, bull 
ready to leap. (I 24647, Feb. 28, 
1908.) 

Venedig; by L. Balestrieri. Venice, 
row-boat containing man rowing up 
canal. (I 24651, Feb. 28, 1908.) 
1 photo, of each Feb. 27, 1908. 

Black (H.) co., Cleveland. 
[14 wash drawings, etc., illustrating 
women's clothing.] (I 24531,24532, 
Feb. 8, 1908: 24571-24573, Feb. 17, 
1908; 24604-24611, Feb. 24, 1908; 
24652, Feb. 28, 1908.) [7873-7886 

Blasski (Frederick), New 
York, N. Y. 
Kruger (Deputy Fire Chief Charles 
W.) Death mask. (I 24654, Feb. 

24, 1908.) [7887 

Blenner (Carle J.), New 
York, X. Y. 
Red geraniums. Head and shoulders 
of young girl in evening gown with 
a bunch of red geraniums on cor- 
sage. (I 24561, Feb. 14, 1908.) 

[7888 

Bong (Rich.), Berlin, 

Germany. 

Heure (I/) Dor^e; by II. Darien. 

Young female weaving a hal from 

which a veil is hanging. (I 2I7<<-_\ 

Feb. 20. 1908; 1 photo Feb. 19, 

1908.) [7889 7892 

Kundry in Klingsor's Zauberschloss, 
Full figure of woman covered only 
with a thin veil is standing in the 
court yard of Klingsor's castle. (I 
24554, Feb. 12. 1908; 1 photo Feb. 7, 
190S. ) 

Pluie d'or. Young girl lying sleep- 
ing; jewelry rains down covering 
her. (I 24590, Feb. 20, 1908; 1 
photo Feb. 19, 1908.) 

Ueberrascbt. Young woman lying 
among flowers, surprised by a 
young man who is standing near 
her. (I 245S9, Feb. 20, 190S ; 1 
photo Feb. 19, 190S.) 

Brack (Carl) & Keller, 
G. m. b. H., Berlin, 
Germany. 
Fredi; by Johanna Engel. Boy about 
6 years of age, full face, dark eyes 
and curly hair. (I 246S0, Mar. 2, 
1908.) [7S93, 7894 

Margot; by Johanna Engel. Girl 
about S years of age, full face, hair 
hanging looselv around her head. 
(I 24679, Mar. '2, 190S.) 



Braun, Clement & co., 
Paris. France. 
Kerne Inst zum waschen. Interior 
scene showing cradle alongside of 
which is standing a nude infant. 
5801. (I 24593, Feb. 21, 1908.) 
[789:. 
Pluie d'or; by L. Comerre. Female 
figure lying on a conch ; a shower of 
gold is falling upon her. 5790. (I 
22936, Sept. 13, 1907.) 

Brown (J. G.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Found. Little boy asleep, fox terrier 
stands beside him and is licking his 
cheek. [7897, 7S98 

Not for sale. Boot-black ha^ a white 
pup on his lap. 

(I 24599, 24600, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

Burdick ( J. Ernest), New 
York. N. Y. 
Crying cupid. Statue of cupid stand- 
ing, right arm raised with hand 
.•lose to forehead. I I 24624, Feb. 
27, 190S.) [7899 

Chapman (Carlton T.), 
Now York. X. V. 
Atlantic, five a. M.. May 27th. 1905; by 
C. T. Chapman. Yacht Atlantic in 
a storm during the ocean yacht race. 
( I 21712. Mar. 6. 1908: 1 photo Feb. 
25, 1908.) [7900 

Church ( Frederick Stu- 
art). New York, N. V. 
Alxena. Head of a girl. (I 24521, 

Feb. 8, 1908.) [7901-7912 

Autumn. Life size head of young girl, 

auburn hair in which is a red and 

green leaf. (I 24518, Feb. 8, 190S.) 
Flamingos. Young girl kneeling and 

holding out a lily to a flamingo. (I 

24517, Feb. 8, 190S.) 
Flamingos 6. Young girl seated on a 

bank with one foot in the water. (I 

24516, Feb. 8, 1908.) 
Flamingos 7. Young girl seated on a 

bank with a lily in her right hand. 

Flamingos in immediate vicinity. 

(I 2-1520, Feb. S, 1908.) 
Lotus (The). Head of young girl 

with a lotus flower in her hair. (I 

24524, Feb. 8, 1908.) 
Music. Young girl with red hair in 

which is a yellow rose. She is play- 
ing a golden harp. (I 24519, Feb. 8, 

1908.) 
Mv Irish Molly. Auburn haired girl 

laughing. (1 24514. Feb. 8. 1908.) 
My Irish Rose. Auburn haired girl. 

vellow rose in hair, green drapery, 

(I 24515, Feb. 8, 1908.) 



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iaos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



127 



Church (Frederick Stu- 
art), New York, N. Y. 
Sainena. Girl's head. (I 24513, Feb. 
8, 1908.) 

Study for enchantress. Head and 
shoulders of young girl, black hair 
in which is a red rose. (I 24522, 
Feb. 8, 1908.) 

Wolf (The). Head of scowling girl. 
(124523, Feb. 8, 1908). 

Claflin (H. B.) company, 

New York, N. Y. 

Napoleon mounted on a base on which 

appear the words Napoleon toilet 

preparations. (I 24509, Feb. 17, 

1908.) [7913 

Closson (William Bax- 
ter), Magnolia and 
Boston, Mass. 
[Five sketches of scenes at] Congres- 
sional reception at the White House. 
(I 24026-24630, Feb. 27, 1908.) 

[7914-7918 

Collier (P. F.) & son, 

New York, N. Y. 

Atlantic fleet in the harbor of Rio 

Janeiro. A number of battleships 

gathered closely together. (I 24612, 

Feb. 24, 1908.) [7919-7925 

Ceremony of the scalps; by Frederic 
Remington. Band of mounted In- 
dians in full war paint, galloping at 
high speed. (I 24745, Mar. 6, 1908.) 

Grace. Profile of a young woman, 
masses of jet black hair fall softly 
over her forehead. (I 24747, Mar. 
6, 1908.) 

Helen. Three-quarter view of head 
of young woman, quantities of red- 
dish brown hair. (I 24746, Mar. 6, 

1908.) 

Keeper of the light; by E. Potthast. 
Man in oilskins standing on a beach 
looking through a telescope. (I 
24689, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

Margaret. Head of a woman, almost 
full face; around throat which is 
bare is a band of black velvet rib- 
bon. (I 24748, Mar. 6, 1908.) 

Sally. Full-face view of girl, hair 
combed in a wavy pompadour. (I 
24749, Mar. 6, 1908.) 

Crane ( J. W.) , New York, 
N. Y. 
Flower girl. Figure of woman, stand- 
ing by table. She holds peony in 
her right hand. (I 24763, Mar. 10, 
1908.) [7926,7927 

33969— OS 3 



Crane (J. W.), New York, 
N.Y. 
Rosy (The) dawn. Summer land- 
scape. Running from left to right 
is a stream. In center background 
is an old house. (I 24769, Mar. 10, 
1908.) 

Crosby (Mary H.), Pater- 
son, N. J. 
Pitcher (Moll) at the battle of Mon- 
mouth ; by D. M. Carter. Presenta- 
tion of Molly Pitcher to Gen. Wash- 
ington aud staff by Gen. Green. (I 
24653, Feb. 29, 1908.) [7928 

Daprato statuary co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Altar iu Gothic style of architecture. 
Two angels on either side in an 
adoring position. (I 24655, Feb. 29, 
1908.) [7929-7931 

Altar in Roman style. In the center 
is a group of the Crucifixion of Our 
Lord. (I 24601, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

Supporting altar table are four 

pillars, side panels showing lilies. 
(I 24568, Feb. 17, 1908.) 

DeCrano (Felix-F.), Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Princess Zayda. Female figure asleep 
on divan, strong light on head and 
chest. (I 24592, Feb. 20, 190S.) 

L7932 

Drew (Geo. W.), New 

York, N. Y. 

After the rain. Road running from 

left foreground through to back. 

Two white birches at left. House 

surrounded by trees at right of road. 

(I 24770, Mar. 10, 190S.) [7933 

Dunn (Joseph Francis), 
United States. 
Peace makers. Sailors who compose 
a gun's crew of nine men. (I 24703, 
Mar. 4, 1908.) [7934 

Emmet (Ellen G.), New 
York, N. Y. 
St. Gaudens (August) portrait. A 
profile half figure of the sculptor. 
Left forearm and hand raised and 
holding eye glasses pendant. (I 
24594, Feb. 21, 1908.) [7935 

Fairbanks (E. & T.) & co., 
St. Johnsbury, Yt. 
Iron frame railway track scale. Build- 
ers' plan. [7936, 793T 

Foundation plan. 

(I 24618, 24619, Feb. 26, 190S.) 



128 



, CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT EXTRTES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



to I 



Fascher (Geo. W.), New 
York. N. Y. 
Declaration of Independence of the 
U. S. A. Bronze plate on which is 
printed the Declaration of Independ 
ence, signers in center. < I 24678 
Mar. 2, 1908.) [7938 

Finnan (Edward P.), 
Lynn, Mass. 

Emmet (Robert) and Anne Devlin at 
Kilmainham. Robert Emmet stand- 
ing in the jail yard at Kilmainham 
. . . his trusty servant Anne Devlin 
is brought before him. (I 24751, 
Mar. 7. 1908.) [7939 

Fitzpatrick (Louise). New 
York, N. Y. 
Head of Christ. Life size, having 
crown of thorns over flowing hair. 
(I 24502, Feb. 15, 1SG8.) [7940 

Freer (Charles L.) f De- 
troit, Mich. 

Carnation (The). Woman seated in a 

chair, holds in her left band a white 

carnation, ii 24552, Feb. 10. 1908.) 

[7941-7945 

Lady at the spinnet. Lady playing a 
splnnet, her bead turned to the 
right. ( I 24548, Feb. 10, 1908.) 

Lute-player (The). Girl seated on a 
bench playing a Lute. (1 24550, Feb. 
10, 1908.) 

Mandoline. Young girl wearing page's 
costume holding a mandolin. U 
24551. Feb. 10, 1908. 

Mirror (The). Lady seated In a chair 
before an oval mirror. (1 24549, 
Feb. K). 1908.) 
1 photo <>f each Feb. 5, 1908. 

Frost & lieed. Brifi 
England. 
Jairus's daughter. Young woman in 
Eastern dress with hands clasped. 

(I 245(50. Feb. 17. 1908.) L794G 

G u n n ( Archie ) . New 
York, N. Y. 
Bathing girl in black. Young girl in 
black bathing suit, trimmed with 
red. (I 2473S, Mar. 5. 1908.) 

[7947-7956 

Fluffy Ruffle girl in green. (I 24722. 
JVIar. 5, 1908.) 

in pink. (I 24720. Mar. 5. 1908.) 

in yellow. (I 24721, Mar. 5. 1908.) 

Girl in black with roses. Young woman 
with red ribbon sash. (I 24723, 
. Mar. 5, 190S.) 

Girl in red with poppies. Girl with 
poppy in hair. (I 24»24. Mar. 5, 
1908.) 



Gunn (Archie), New 
York, N. Y. 
Girl with spray of mistletoe. Young 
girl with light hair. One hand hold- 
ing spray of mistletoe. (I 24740, 
Mar. 5, 1908.) 
Head with poinsettia. Head of young 
girl witb dark hair and eves. (I 
24725, Mar. 5, 1908.) 
Head w T ith poppies. Head of young 
girl, with Spray or poppies in hair. 
(I 24741. Mar. 5, 1908.) 
Sweet Alolet. Young girl in yellow 
dress, low neck. Has bunch of vio- 
lets on dress. (1 247:v.». Mar. 5, 
1908.) 

Baggin (Ben-Ali), New 
York. X. Y. 
Garden (.Mary), portrait of. Full 
length standing figure; fan in right 
band. (I 24701. Mar. 9, ]90S.) 

[7957 

Harrison granite company, 

New York. X. Y. 

Monument of the obelisk type haying 

live pans, ornamented witb lotus 

carvings. 1 I 24666, Fob. 15. 1908. , 

I 7'.«5s 

Hartley < Jonathan Scott), 
New York, X. Y. 
shingebis wrestling with the North 
wind. Statuary. Indian wrestling 
with a figure half man and half 
wind. ( I 24567, Feb. 17, 1908. I 

[T969 

Ilering (Henry). Wind- 
sor. Vl. 
Saint-GaudenS (Augustus). Statuary. 
Life size bust, ii 24564, Feb. 15, 

ions. 1 |7900 

Hill (P.). Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
Bringing home the flock. Shepherdess 
knitting, accompanied by black 
sheep dog and surrounded by her 
sheep. ( I 24676, Mar. 2. 1908.) 

[796P T'.tr..' 
Sunset glow. French peasant irirl 
wearing white linen hat and sabots. 
(I 24075. Mar. 2, 190S.) 

llovey (Libbie J.), Chi- 
cago. 111. 
Two frogs supposed to have been on 
a spree the night before are sitting 
on a toad stool. (I 24560, Feb. 14. 
1908.) [70*13 

Huut (Esther), New 
York, X. Y. 
Spring love song; Dutch landscape 
showing two Dutch children stand- 
ing beside a body of water. (I 
23S97, Dec. 3, 1907.) L7964. 7905 



FINE ART> 



129 



nos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



Hunt (Esther), New 
York, N. Y. 
Winter sports; Dutch landscape show- 
ing two Dutch children skating. (I 
23898, Dec. 3, 1907.) 

Jamich (John F.), Kirks- 
ville, Mo. 
Drawing of physiological involuntary 
nervous system. | I 24677, Fob. 14. 
1908; 1 photo. Dec. 30, J'.«>v I 

[7906 

Kaufmann k Strauss com- 
pany, New York, X. Y. 

Modern Hebe. Half length figure of 
waitress, bead thrown back in 
laughter. (I 24563, Feb. 15, 1908.) 

[7967 

Keller (Arthur I.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Garden of Anne Hathaway ; by Arthur 
1. Keller. Garden at the side of 
Anne Hathaway's cottage, Anne is 
seen leaning on a rake. (I 24557, 
Feb. 14. 1908.) [7968, 7969 

Wooing of Anne Hathaway : by Arthur 
I. Keller. Figures of William 
Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway. 
(I 24558, Feb. 14, 1908.) 

Kertell (Charles Peter i. 

Oakland, Cal. 

Midwinter fishing in California : statue 

by C. P. Kertell. Boy in act of 

baiting his fish hook. (I 24714. 

Mar. 5, 190S.) [7970-7972 

Old Salt; by C. P. Kertell. Bust of 
a fisherman. ( I 24712. Mar. 5, 
190S.) 

Salt's wife; by C. P. Kertell. Bust 
of an old woman. (I 24713. Mar. 5, 
190S.) 

King (Mary A.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Whose calling Micky? Small statue 
of fox terrier standing. (I 24598, 
Feb. 24, 1908.) [7973 

Kins: (Paul). New York, 
N. Y. 
Return of the fishermen. Going out 
to pull up on beach a returning boat 
are two men. mounted on horses, 
with a horse between them. Strand 
at Katvxwck. Holland. (I 24768, 
Mar. 10, 190S.) [7974 

Lawrence & Jellicol, ltd., 

London, England. 

Woman in country cart with geese ; 

by Cecil Alden. Old woman driving 

a country cart, dog running behind 

the cart. (I 24708, Mar. 5.1908.) 

[7975 



Lea man (O. EL), Orange, 
N. J. 
St. -wait mausoleum. Moorish round 
topped door, inner door of bronze 
which shews a design of a cross. (I 
24709, Mar. 4. 1908 : 1 photo, Feb. 25, 
190* [7976 

• publishing company, 

New York, N. Y. 

Another Rip Van Winkle. Forest 

le illustrating the old story of 

Rip Van Winkle, and the little 

dwarfs in the forest. (I 24<j*7, Mar. 

■2. 1: [7977-7987 

Iff!. Half dozen people sitting in a 
■t car, reading various papers. 
i I 24587, Feb. 19, V.K)S.) 

Find the face on the wall. Dancing 
girl, tambourine held high, ribbons 
<•! which help to form face on the 
wall. (I 24683, Mar. 2. 1908.) 

Forty mule power. Big touring car 
stalled on a railroad track. (I 
24686, Mar. _'. L908.J 

Gimme a bite, too. Two small boys 
standing bet. .re a <;iLre of a huge 
hippopotamus, <i i'p;sr>. Mar. 2, 
1906 

His worse and better half. Two 
phases and tendencies of the same 
man's makeup. I I :Mr,47. Feb. 10, 
1908.) 

Long story. Young man and woman 
sitting <-;i a stone wall, telling the 
old. old story. «I 240S4. Mar. 2, 
1908. 

Oh! Wad seme power the giftie gie us 
to see oursel's as others see us. 
Number of people looking into a 
placid sheet of water where they 
are reflected ;is others see them. 
(I !M7o7. Mar. :». 1908. I 

Quoth the raven. Nevermore. A raven 
perched on a tree with a bottle of 
bronio-seltzer beside him. (I 24588, 
Feb. 19. 1908. 

Shun imitations, insist upon having 
the genuine. Five young women 
paying assiduous attention to an 
elderly gentleman. « I 24617. Feb. 
25. 1908. I 

Unto him that hath shall be given. 
Bedroom littered with children's 
toys. Through the door comes a 
nurse with a baby in each arm. (I 
24(;ss. M ar . 2. 1908. I 

Littig I W. T. | & co.. 
New York. N. Y. 
Bowdoin college. Brunswick. Me. 
Birds eye view. [79SS-7989 



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pt. iv, 11. s., v. ?> 



Littig (W. T.) & CO., 
New York, N. Y. 
Mount Holyoke college, South Hadley, 
Mass. Birds eye view. 

(I 24681, 24682, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

McBride (John) com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
His strong arms were about her. Man 
in evening clothes holding in . his 
arms a lady. (I 24559, Feb. 14, 
1908.) [7990 

McCord mercantile com- 
pany, Pueblo, Colo. 
Indian maid. Ornamental diamond 
frame enclosing the bust portrait of 
an Indian maiden. (I 24710, Feb. 
20, 1908.) [7991 

Madden (William J.), 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Boone's, Daniel, first view of Ken- 
tucky. Six figures. Daniel Boone 
stands In observant attitude. (I 
24596. Feb. 21, 1908.) [7992 

Mayer & Lavenson com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Big dinner pail. Boy carrying heavy 
dinner pail. 1 1 24646, Feb. 28, 1908.) 

[7993 

Melchers (Oarl), New 
York, N. Y. 
Audrey. Shepherdess stands knitting, 
has coat over her arm and at a dis- 
tance are seen white goats. (I 
24625, Feb. 27, 190S.) [7994-7996 

Kiss (The). A mother kissing her 
baby. (I 24632, Feb. 27, 1908.) 

Young mother. Young woman wear- 
ing lace cap and cloak of ornate de- 
sign holdinc; in her arms a baby. (I 
24631, Feb. 27, 1908.) 

Moeller (Louis), Eden- 

wald. N. Y. 

Four stubborn men. Five men seated 

around table talking. Man at right 

has both hands raised. (I 24603, 

Feb. 24, 1908.) [7997 

Moran ( Leon ) , Plain- 
field, N. J. 
Aurora. Head and bust of young girl 
wearing yellow waist. (I 24733, 
Mar. 5, 1908.) [7998-8009 

Colonial belle. Full length figure of 
young lady in colonial costume. (I 
24735, Mar. 5, 190S.) 

Diana. Head and bust of young lady 
with dark hair and eves. (I 24732, 
Mar. 5, 1908.) 



Moran (Leon), Plain- 
field, N. J. 
Dolly Vardeu. In colonial costume. 
Blue. (I 24728, Mar. 5, 1908.) 

Pink. (I 24726, Mar. 5, 1908.) 

Red and yellow. (I 24727, Mar. 

5, 1908.) 

Equestrian (The). Full-length figure 
of lady in blue dress. (I 24736, 
Mar. 5, 1908.) 

Lady of quality. Blue. Young woman 
with white hair hanging around her 
neck. (I 24730, Mar. 5, 1908.) 

Black. Young woman in pink 

dress, black coat trimmed with white 
fur. (I 24731, -Mar. 5, 1908.) 

Pink. In pink dress, black coat 

trimmed with white fur. (I 24729, 
.Mar. 5, 190S.) 

My Lady Betty. Lady in colonial cos- 
tume, lemon color skirt and orange 
color waist 1 1 24787, Mar. 5, 1908.) 

Phyllis. Head and hnst of young girl 
wearing a light bine and white waist 
i I 24734. Mar. 5, 1908.) 

Morgan (Stephanie Eliza- 
beth), Baltimore, Md. 
In the future, the aerial scorcher will 
have troubles of his own. Three 
couples seated on separate clouds in 
loving attitudes. (I 26468, Feb. 29, 
1908.) [8010 

Mori (Placido), New York, 
N. Y. 

Male and female figure supporting a 
disk, the whole being mounted on a 
base on which appears an eagle. (I 
24570, Feb. 17. 1908.) [SOU 

Xaogele (Charles Freder- 
ick). New York, N. Y. 
Hello: When did you arrive? Nude 
baby creeping and looking at a tur- 
tle, i 1 24758, Mar. 9, 1908.) 

[8012-8014 
Ideal head. Head of young girl with 
a white rose in her hair. (I 24759, 
Mar 9, 1908.) 

Sibyl. Girl with crystal ball in her 
hand. (I 24760, Mar. 9, 1908.) 

National art company. 
New York. N. Y. 
Autumn day. landscape showing path 
through woods. (I 24715, Mar. 5, 
190S.) [S01 5 

Newell (G. Glenn), New 
York, N. Y. 
Through sun aud shower. Yoke of 
oxen plowing with old fashioned 
plow. (124753, Mar. 7. 1908.) [8016 



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nos. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



Osthaus (Edmund H.), 
New York, N. Y. 
Under the oaks. Three dogs, two set- 
ters and one pointer, oaks in back- 
ground. (I 24743, Mar. 6, 1908.) 

[8017 

Pennucci (Andrea), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Ma dona del Carmine. Statue of ma- 
dona with holy child on left arm, 
holding rosary in right hand. (I 
24764, Feb. 29, 1908.) [8018 

Phelan (A. B.), New York, 
N. Y. 

Bust pictures of female heads. 1-10. 
(I 24575-24584, Feb. 18, 1908.) 

[8019-8028 

Phillips (J. Campbell), 
New York, N. Y. 
Mother love. Woman seated holding a 
little girl in her arms. (I 24623, 

Feb. 27, 1908.) [8029 

Phillips (T. F.) company, 
Dubuque, Iowa. 
Gothic main altar, 20073. Altar table, 
in the center of which is the Lord's 
Last Supper in relief. On each side 
there are four columns. (I 24775, 
Mar. 10, 1908.) [8030-8049 

200S8. Altar table with relief 

of Lord's Last Supper in center, 
with two columns on each side of 
the same. (I 24774, Mar. 10, 1908.) 

— 20062. Table with Agnus Dei re- 
lief in center. On each side of relief 
there are two tracery panels. (I 
24779. Mar. 10, 1908.) 

20067. Altar table with Lord's 

Last Supper in relief, in center. On 
each side are two roped columns. 
(I 24777. Mar. 10, 1908.) 

2007S. Altar table with relief of 

Lord's Last Supper in center. Above 
altar there is a candlestep. (I 
24778, Mar. 10, 1908.) 

20092. Altar table with Lord's 

Last Supper in table, on each side 
of which there are four columns. 
(I 24776. Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Jothic side altar. 10S9S. A step above 
which is a table having a square 
panel with elliptical tracery. (I 
24691, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

10S95. A step over which is a 

menza, having a central panel with 
J. S. (I 24690, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

10S90. A step upon which is an 

altar table with a panel in the center 
and having a relief of M and A cross. 
(I 24692. Mar. 2, 1908.) 



Phillips (T. F.) company, 
Dubuque, Iowa. 
Gothic side altar. 10892. Altar table, 
with tracery panel in center and 
three on each side. (I 24781, Mar. 
10, 1908.) 

10894. Altar table with quarter 

foil in center, with carving of A M 
in center. (I 24780, Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Renaissance main altar. 26048. Two 
steps of unequal length, upon upper 
step is an altar table having four 
pillars. (I 24693, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

26052. Altar table with a relief 

of large Last Supper in center. On 
each side there are two pilasters. 
(I 24771, Mar. 10, 1908.) 

\ 26053. Altar table with panel of 

Last Supper in relief. On each side 
there are two columns. (I 24772, 
Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Renaissance side altar. 10988. Altar 
table, in center of which is a statu- 
ary relief. Above is a tabernacle 
with a door thereon, with carved 
emblem of J S. (I 24773. Mar. 10, 
1908.) 

Roman side altar, 10983. Altar table, 
in center of which is a quarter foil, 
which contains a cross. (I 24782, 
Mar. 10, 190S.) 

Romanesque main altar, 26042. Altar 
table, in the center of which is relief 
of the Lord's Last Supper. Angels 
support the table. (I 247S4. Mar. 
10, 1908.) 

26044. Altar table, with round 

panel in center and cross therein. 
On each side of center panel there 
are two columns. (I 24785. Mar. 10, 
1908.) 

- — —26051. Altar table, with a large 
Last Supper, in relief, with a column 
on each side. (I 24786. Mar. 10, 
1908.) 

Romanesque side altar. 10982. Altar 
table with circular panel in center, 
with carved emblem of S M and cross 
in center. (I 24783, Mar. 10, 190S.) 

Photographische gesell- 
schaft, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Partridges; by Thomas Blinks. A 
flight of partridges over a stubble- 
field. (I 24695. Mar. 3, 1908.) 

[8050, 8051 
Pheasants; by Thomas Blinks. A 
flight of pheasants over a wooded 
landscape. (I 24694. Mar. 3, 1908.) 



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pt. IV, d. s., v. 3 



Pustet (Fr.) & co.. New 
York, N. Y. 
Jesus falls the first time. Group of 
statuary consisting of five figures. 
In the foreground is the fallen Christ 
resting on left knee. (I 24574, Feb. 
18, 1908.) [8052 

Roewade (Alfred J.), 
Chicago, 111. 
Chicago lake front, proposed improve- 
ments. Lake boulevard with its 
accessories as outlined. (I 24645, 
Feb. 3, 1908.) [8053 

Roine (Jules Edward), 
New York-. X. Y. 
Lincoln (Abraham). Medal portrait, 
giving date of birth and death. (I 
24591, Feb. 20, 1908; 1 photo. Feb. 
12, 1908.) 

Roseland (Harrv), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Colored prophetess. Did colored mam- 
my reading palm of white girL (I 
24TOO. Mar. .'5. 1908.) [8056 8058 

Confidential future. Old colored wom- 
an reading the lefl band of a white 
girl. (I 24809, Mar. :•>. 1908.) 
Going to cross water. <>M colored 
mammy reading tea leaves to two 
white girls. ( I 24697, Mar. .">, 1908.) 
Veil of futurity. Old colored mammy 
holding tea cup in left hand, a 
white girl Bitting in front Of her. 
(I 21098, Mai. :;. 1908.) 

Rosenkrantz (Baron Arild), 
London, England. 
Illustrations to Poe's tales. Tl-121 
(I 24633 24635, I'd,. 1. Lg08; 24636- 
24644, Feb. 28, 1908.) [8059 8070 

Ross (R. (;. M.i. Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Temple of the Industrial arts. Facade 
of a seven-story building in French 
modern Style. (I 21714. Mar. 6, 
190*. ) [8071 

Rmiixins (Carl), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Lioness. Head of lying lioness, neck 
and shoulders visible. (I 24586, 
Feh. 10. 1008.) [8072 

Russell (Alfred). St. 
Lonis, Mo. 
Double on mallards. Hunter in dis- 
tance making a donhle on mallards, 
one duck is shown falling. (I 24752, 
Mar. 7, 1908.) [8073 

Schaffner (Walter), New 

York. N. Y. 

Evening glow. Landscape showing 

stream of water. Figure of person 

in distance looking at sunset. (I 

23908. Dec. 3. 190L) [8074, 8075 



Schaffner ( Walter ) . New 
York, N. Y. 

Sunset Saranac lake. Lake showing 
a man in row hoat. (I 23909. Dec. 
3, 1907.) 

Schnitzer (Gehriideri. 

Berlin, Germany. 

Use. Head of girl, hair disheveled 

and hanging down, i I 24597. Feb. 

24. 190S.) [8076 

Sharp (J. H.), Crow 
Agency, .Mont. 
Chief's sweat teepee. Indian out 
door's scene. Two large teepees in 
foreground, in front of first one, a 
squaw who has been cuttinsr wood. 
( 1 24750, Mar. 7, 190 [807 

Smith (Mrs. Adele Lou- 
ise). New York. X. Y. 
Oaks after a storm. Heavy, dark 
clouds in sky. In center is a lake. 
At right is a large tree, il 24706, 
.Mar. 10, 1908.) |s07! 



Smith (De I 

York. X. V. 



New 



Coup (The) Skirmish Let ween twi 
bands of Indians. ■ I 24657, Foh. 29 
1908. i 907»i 909 

Topamby. BUSI and head of Shoshom 
Indian, t I 2468 

Bpielvogel i E. 1, publisher. 

New York. \. Y. 
In the forest: by E. Simons. A roar 
leading through a forest showing a 
man in a cart. < 1 24620 
1908.) 

Passing the river: by C. I >. Rowland- 
son. Four-in-hand coach pa 
through a river. I I 24622, Feb. 26 
1908. 1 

start (The); by C. 1>. Rowland** 
Four-in-hand coach to the left 
coming through a gate, to the righl 

(1 24021. Feb. 26, 1!" 

Staderman < Julius P. >, 

Buffalo, N. V. 

Waltzing tickler. Merry -go-roum 

having a plurality of tubs in vide] 
passengers are seated. t I l 
Feh. 21, 1908.) 

4'rinler (Charles M.t. 
Woodlawn, Pa. 

Aliquippa works of Jones & LaughlL 

steel co. Birds eve view. (I 24701 
Mar. .",. 190s. , 



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133 



los. 10-13, Mar., 1908 



Turner (C.Y.), New York. 
X. Y. 

Joquette (A). A full length figure of 
a young woman standing at the foot 
of a flight of steps. A male figure 
loans upon the rail. (I 24755, Mar. 
9, 1908. i [8086, 8087 

fuliet. Young woman standing by a 
table contemplating a rose which she 
holds in her uplifted hand. (I 24756, 
Mar. 9, 1908.) 

TyrreU (Edward R.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
rlouse warming. A family of six per- 
sons circled about a parlor heater. 
(I 24602, Feb. 24, 1908.) [808S 



Van Xostrand (A. G.), 
Boston, Mass. 
Workers' series no. 2. Figure of a 
workman, sliding a cask upon a skid. 
(I 24696, Fob. 10, 1908.) [8089 

Young (R. C.) & Furse, 
Alma. Nebr. 
Bryan's campaigns. Prostrate figure 
of an elephant, behind which is a 
mule bearing a man. ( I 24711. Mar. 
5, 1908.) [8090 

Zeisse (Lewis), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Old friends. Yiolin and flute sur- 
rounded by old books. (I 24555, 
Feb. 12, 190S ; 1 photo. Jan. 30, 1908.) 

[8091 



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8092—11912 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
AND OF JUNE 30, 1906 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 3 

Nos. 14-18 

AI^RIL, 1908 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1908 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 



TWO ALPHABETS. 

I. Containing Class F, Engravings, Cuts and Prints ; Class G, Chromos and Litho- 
graphs ; Class H, Photographs. 

II. Containing Class I, Pine Arts (Paintings, Drawings, Statues, Statuary and Models 
or Designs intended to be perfected as works of the Fine Arts). 

The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week, but to avoid the inconvenience 
of a number of small alphabets of different subjects all the entries for Engravings, Cuts 
and Prints, Chromos and Lithographs, and Photographs, completed since the last Issue, 
are arranged here in a single monthly alphabet. The entries for Fine Arts will be found 
in a separate alphabet following this. 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

The entries marked thus * are such as have been delayed inclusion in the Catalogue on 
account of necessary correspondence. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
receipt of copies is always omitted wheu the copies are received on the day of entry. 
The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read : Copyright by Walter D. 
Adams, Forney, Tex. Class F, XXc no. 64427, April 9, 1908; 2 copies received April 9, 
1908. 



Adams (Walter D.), Forney, Tex. 

[8092 
Bailey (Senator) creates consterna- 
tion. (F 64427, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Alesiiire (J. B.), Washington, D. C. 

[8093, 8094 
Enlisted men, infantry. 
Non commissioned officers. 
(G 18382, 18383, Mar. 27, 1908.) 

Allen (Geo. H.), Clinton, N. Y. 

[S095 
If nobody loves me. (F 64195, Apr. 
2, 1908.) 

Allen (J. Ralph), Mansfield, Mass. 

[8096 
Mansfield, Mass., Tavern and gar- 
age. (H 108496, Apr. 7, 1908.) 

Alveydre (Saint- Yves d'), Paris, 
France. [8097-8098 

Drapeau archeoru§trique. Planche 
IV, Planche V. (F 64249, 64250, Apr. 
6, 1908.) 

American-examiner, New York, N. Y. 

[8099-8123 

Claudie brings a nice present for 
Katrina. (F 64086, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Dotty Dimple. (F 63620, Mar. 16, 
1908.) 

False face. ( F 63828, Mar. 23, 1908. ) 

General Wad is busy. (F 63827, 
Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Happy Hooligan. (F 63617, Mar. 
16, 1908.) 

(F 63829, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

(F 64084, Mar. 30, 1908.) 



American-examiner — Continued. 

Is Katrina a fine dancer? (F 

63615, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Jimmy. (F 63618, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

(F 63826, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

(F 640S5, Mar. 30, 190S.) 

More thrilling and blood-curdling 
adventures. (F 63438, Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Oh, look who's here. (F 64317, 
Apr. 6, 190S.) 

Oh, those sweet, cute little Katzen- 
jammer kids. (F 64316, Apr. 6, 
1908.) 

Rackety Rax boys visit Katrina. (F 
63437, Mar. 10, 190S.) 

Ship ahoy. (F 63434, Mar. 10, 
1908.) 

(F 64088, Mar. 30, 1908; 2 c. 

Mar. 30, 1908.) 

(F 64318, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Strike up the band ! (F 63435, Mar. 
10, 1908.) 

Surprise visit from Cousin Emil. (F 
63825, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

This really happened. (F 63436, 
Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Tige and Mary Jane and [Buster]. 
(F 64087, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

(F 64319, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Wad family. (F 63619, Mar. 16, 
190S.) 

Well, isn't Tige the beauty? (F 

63616, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

AMERICAN - JOURNAL - EXAMINER, New 

York, N. Y. [8124-8237 

Bill, the celebrated Trojan horse. 
(F 64327, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



American- journal-examiner — Cont'd. 
Braggo the monk. (F 63310, Mar. 
5, 1908.) 

(F 63569, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

(F 63689, Mar. 19, 1908.) 

(F 63896, Mar. 25, 1908.) 

(F 63997, Mar. 28, 1908.) 

(F 64321, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Diogenes fooled again. (F 63568. 
Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Diogenes, with gnn, hunting Aninias. 
(F 64423, Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Great season for titled fortune-hunt- 
ers. (F 63954, Mar. 26, 1908.) 

Groucho the monk. (F 63457, Mar. 
11, 1908.) 

(F 63400, Mar. 11, 190S.) 

(F 63528, Mar. 13, 1908.) 

(F 63613, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

(F 636S6, Mar. 18, 1908.) 

(F 63715, Mar. 20, 1908.) 

(F 63833, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

(F 63902, Mar. 25, 1908.) 

(F 63982, Mar. 27, 1908.) 

(F 040S3, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

(F 04147, Apr. 1, 1908.) 

(F 64191, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

(F 04214, Apr. 3, 190S.) 

(F 64326, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

(F 64420, Apr. 8, 1!»08.) 

(F 644S2, Apr. 10, 1908.) 

Hallroom boys. (F 63311, Mar. 5, 

190S.) 

(F 63491, 

(F 63571, 

(F 63660, 

(F 63688, 

(F 63760, 

(F 63897, 

(F 63955, 

(F 63999, 

(F 64115, 

(F 04193, 

(F 64322, 

(F 64373, 

( F 64457, 

(F 64490, 

Have you got a double? (F 64422, 

Apr. 8, 1908.) 

I see by the papers. (F 63611, Mar. 

16, 1908.) 

(F 63712, Mar. 20, 1908.) 

(F 63952, Mar. 26, 1908.) 

If women had had their rights. 

(F 63570, Mar. 14, 190S.) 
King Kazooks. (F 63312, Mar. 5, 

1908.) 

(F 63458, Mar. 11, 1908.) 

(F 63494, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

(F 63691, Mar. 19, 1908.) 

(F 63898, Mar. 25, 1908.) 

(F 64116, Mar. 31, 1908.) 

(F 64194, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

Lady or the tiger? (F 63651, Mar. 

17, 1908.) 



190S.) 
1908.) 
190S.) 
190S.) 
1908.) 



Mar. 12, 
Mar. 14, 
Mar. 17, 
Mar. 19, 
Mar. 21, 
Mar. 25, 1908.) 
Mar. 2(5, 1908.) 
Mar. 28, 1908.) 
Mar. 31, 1908.) 
2, 1908.) 

6, 1908.) 

7, 1D0S.) 
9. 1908.) 
11, 1908.) 



Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 



American-journal-examiner — Cont'd. 
Latest stvles. (F 6445S, Apr. 9, 

1908.) 

Love will find a way. (F 63901, 

Mar. 25, 1908.) 

Mr. Jack. (F 644S1, Apr. 10, 1908.) 
Mrs. Trubbell, (F 63525, Mar. 13, 

1908.) 

(F 63690, Mar. 19, 1908.) 

(F 63S31, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

(F 64081, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

(F 64113, Mar. 31, 1908) 

(F 04192, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

(F 64324, Apr. 6, 190S.) 

(F 64479, Apr. 10, 1908) 

Monopoly grand jury said to 

packed. (F 64455, Apr. 9, 1908.) 
Nearly a nature fake. (F 64491, 

Apr. 11. I^os.i 

New club. (F 63998. Mar. 28, 1908.) 
No wedding bells for Batch. (E 

63758, Mar. 21, 1908.) 

( F 63899, Mar. 25, 1908.) 

(F 6432d. Apr. 0, 190S.) 

Old Bexton. (F 63900, Mar. 



bo 



Our 

03714, 

Pay 



25 
ancestors. (I 
(F 63834, Mar 

(I 
Mar 



antediluvian 

Mar 20, T 
as you enter. 
2:;, 190S.) 

Pharaob's daughter finds Moses 
03529, Mar. 13. 190S.) 

Rhymo the monk. (F 63492, 
12. 190S.) 

(F (;:;<;!!>. Mar. 17, 190S.) 

(F 63759, Mar. 21, 1908.) 

(F 63953, Mar. 20, 1908.) 

(F 64114, Mar. 31, 1908.) 

(F 64372, Apr. 7, 1908.) 

(F 64456, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

(F 644SS, Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Such is life. (F 64212, Apr 

190S.) 

When women get their rights. (I 
03309, Mar. 5, 1908.) 

(F 63456, Mar. 11. 1908.) 

(F 63459, Mar. 11. 1908A 

(F 63493, Mar. 12. 1908.) 

(F 63526, Mar. 13, 190S.) 

(F 63648, Mar. 17. 1908.) 

(F 63684, Mar. 18. 190S.) 

(F 63830, Mar. 23. 1908.) 

(F 63S95, Mar. 25, 190S.) 

(F 63951, Mar. 26, 1908.) 

(F 639S1. Mar. 27. 190S.) 

(F 63996, Mar. 28. 1908.) 

(F 640S0, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

(F 64146, Apr. 1, 190S.) 

(F 64371, Apr. 7, 190S.) 

(F 0448!), Apr. 11. 190 

Whole Pewee family. (F 63461 

Mar. 11, 1908.) 

(F 63527, Mar. 13. 1908.) 

(F 03612, Mar. 16. 1908.) 

(F 63685, Mar. 18. 1908.) 



nos. 14-18, Apr., 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, 
1908 



AND PRINTS 



137 



American-.tournal-exa miner — Cont'd. 

(F 63713, -Mar. 20, 1908.) 

(F 63832, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

(F 63983, Mar. 27, 1908.) 

(F 040S2, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

(F 04] 48, Apr. 1, 1908.) 

(F (ill' 13. Apr. 3, 1908.) 

(F 64325, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

(F 64421, Apr. 8, 1908.) 

(F C4480, Apr. 10, 1908.) 

Wouldn't it make you mad. (F 

64323, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

American mutoscope & biograph co., 
New York, N. Y. [8238-8242 

Caught by wireless. (H 107672, 
Mar. 38, 190S.) 

Famous escape. (H 108356, Apr. 3, 
1908.) 

Her first adventure. (H 107372, 
Mar. 13, 1908.) 

King of the Cannibal island. (H 
109315, Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Old Isnacs, the pawnbroker. (H 
107936, Mar. 26, 1908.) 

American printing co., Fall River, 

Mass. [8243 

Packing for vacation. (F 63683, 
Mar. IS, 1908.) 

American stereoscopic co., New York, 

X. Y. [8244,8245 

A 112544. (H 109308, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

A 112674. (H 107343, Mar. 13, 1908 ; 

2 c. Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Amsterdam supply co., New York. 
X. Y. [8246, 8247 

New York's great white way. 1, 2. 
(G 1S476, 18477, Apr. 10, 1908.) 

Anderson (Carl), Pasco, Wash. 

[8248-8250 
Medora. N. Dak. [1-3]. (H 108365- 
108367, Apr. 4, 190S ; 2 c. of each Feb. 
13, 190S. 

Anderson (J. Cliff), Terre Haute, 
Ind. [8251 

Company B, Indiana national guards. 
(H 107732, Mar. 21, 1908.) 

Anderson (John Sylvester), New 
York. N. Y. [8252 

Hair again, that's me. (F 63857, 
Mar. 17, 190S ; 2 c. Mar. 24, 1908.) 

Apache (Antonio), Los Angeles, Cal. 

[8253 
Son-i-hat (Chief) and Alaskan 
house and totem pole. (H 108106, 
Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Arborgast (M. Howard), Wilkins- 
burg, Pa. [8254 

Coming home. (H 108049, Mar. 30, 
190S; 2 c Mar. 25, 1908.) 



Abchibold (Walteb), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[8255 

Arrangement of the catechism. (F 

03701, Mar. 17, 1908; 1 c. Mar. 17, 

1908; 1 c. Mar. 4, 1908.) 

Armbruster (Henrietta), Denver, 

Colo. [8256-8258 

I send to you dis violet. (F 63608, 
Mar. 16, 1908.) 

If you should cease of me to think. 
(F 63610, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

To you, dear friend, this mvstic 
sign. (F 63609, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Arnold (Richard J.), Del Monte, Cal. 

[8259 
Arizona gaTden. 100. (H 109307, 
May 7, 1907.) 

Arthur (James), Detroit, Mich. 

[8200-8266 
Betty. — Clarissa. — Cynthia. — Doro- 
thy. — Gladys. — Mena. — Rose. [7 pho- 
tographs.] (H 107909-107915, Mar. 
19, 190S.) 

Ashbubneb (Arthur), Richmond, Ya. 

[8267 
Let her buck boys. (P 04109, Mar. 
25, 1908.) 

Associated literary press, New York, 
X. Y. [8268-8271 

Muffy Shuffles. (F 63547, Mar. 14, 
190S.) 

(F 03793, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

(F 04059. Mar. 28, 1908.) 

(F 04309, Apr. 6, 190S.) 

Bachman (Al), Commerce, Tex. [S272 
Commerce, Tex.. East Texas normal 
college. (H 107757, Mar. 23, 1908; 
2 c. Mar. 2, 1908.) 

Baldwin (Arthur L.), Hunter, N. Y. 

[8273-S277 
[Speenburgh (State game protector 
D. C.) and the first wild deer killed 
in the town of Hunter, N. Y.] 1-5. 
(H 107696-107700, Mar. 20, 190S ; 2 c. 
of each Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Ba'ndholtz (Fred J.), Des Moines, 

Iowa. [S278 

Osceola, Iowa. Court square. (H 

10S643, Apr. 9, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Barnett (B. Homer), Emporia, Kans. 

[S279-82S0 

Seven sons. (H 107753, Mar. 20, 
190S; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1908.) 

Snow and Flo. (H 107754. Mar. 20, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1908.) 

Barrie (George) & sons. Philadelphia, 
Pa. [S281-8291 

Baptism by immersion. (F 63663, 
Mar. 18, 1908.) 



138 



CATALOGUE OF OOPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. IV, n. EL, v. 3 



Barbie (George) & sons — Continued. 

Cave-dwellers. (F 63667, Mar. 18, 
1908.) 

Diana of Poitiers posing as Diana 
for the sculptor Jean Goujon. (F 
63661, Mar. 18, 1908.) 

For heresy. (F 63668, Mar. 18, 
1908.) 

Godiva, wife of Leofric. Earl of 
Mercia. (F 63664, Mar. 18, 1908.) 

Medaille (La) a Revers. (F 63662, 
Mar. 18, 1908.) 

Question (La). (F 63669, Mar. 18, 
1908.) 

Part of the chief's booty. (F 63659, 
Mar. 18, 1908.) 

Searching a witch. (F 63665, Mar. 
18, 1908.) 

Seraglio of the Inca. (F 03666, Mar. 
18, 1908.) 

Thais of Attica and Alexander. (F 
63660, Mar. 18, 1908.) 

Bartholomew (Chas. L.), Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. [8292 

Sliced candidates. (F 64341, Feb. 

13, 3908.) 

Barton (Lester C), Chicago, 111. 

I 8293—8303 

Gatalina Island, Cal. 170-172, 175, 

176, 178, ]S4, 1S6, 1SS-190. (H 107816- 

107S2G, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Barton & Spooner, Cornwall-on-Hud- 

sou, X. Y. [S304-S315 

Bachante. — Blanche. — Danae. — Dor- 
ca s. — Gladys. — Harveste. — Lois. — Lor- 
lei. — Madeline. — Manon. — Mellisa. — 
Natalie. (12 prints. F 62881-( 
Feb. 21, 1908; 2 c. of each Mar. 24, 
190S.) 
Bash (G. A.) & co., Canton, Ohio. 

[8316 

Roosevelt (President) approaching 
McKinley memorial. (H 107916, 
Mar. 25, 190S.) 

Bauman (H. L.) & co.. Newark, N. J. 

[8317-8326 

Angelus (The). (F 63537, Mar. 4, 
1908.) 

Attention, Willie will speak. (F 
63538, Mar. 4, 1908.) 

Don't cry. (F 63536, Mar. 4, 190S.) 

Don't be scared. (F 63532, Mar. 4, 
190S.) 

1 love you mother dear. (F 63541, 
Mar. 4, 1908.) 

It's onlv Jack. (F 63534, Mar. 4, 
1908.) 

On the dark stair. (F 63533. Mar. 
4, 1908.) 

That's all. (F 63535, Mar 4, 190S.) 

You never know what tbese men are 
up to. (F 63539, Mar. 4, 1908.) 

10.07 p. m. (F 63540, Mar. 4, 1908.) 

2 c. of each Mar. 13, 1908. 



Bayles (F. H.), Charlevoix, Mich. 

[8327 
Steves post cards. (H 107759, Mar. 
23, 1908.) 
Beaty (Chas. A.), Chicago, 111. 

[8328 
75th anniversary of church in Chi- 
cago. (F 64251, Apr. 6, 1908; 2 c. 
Mar. 27, 1908.) 
i Beck (Chas. R. R.), Thurmont, Md. 

[8329 
Sandy hole, Hunting creek gap. 4. 
(H 107802, Mar. 23, 190S.) 
Beck (Chas. W.), jr., Philadelphia, 
Pa. [8330 

Cornell crew. (F 64485, Apr. 11, 
1908; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1908.) 
Beckwitii co., Norwich, Conn. 

[8331-8341 
Blue grass stock. (G 17972, Dec. 
26, 1907.) 

Coquette. (G 17969, Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Fair equestrienne. (G 17966, Dec. 
2G, 1907.) 

Firefly. (G 17967, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

Florine. (G 17968, Dec. 26, 1907.) 

Old (The) story. (G 17962, Dec. 

26, 1907.) 

Reaper (The). (G 17964, Dec. 26, 
1907.) 

Reverie. (G 17965, Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Sea awoke at midnight. (G 17970, 

26, 1907.) 
Suzanne. (G 17963, Dec. 26, 1907.) 
Well shod. (G 17971, Dec. 26, 
1907.) 

2 c. of each Mar. 26, 1908. 
Bell (Lillian M.), Culdesac, Idaho. 

[S342, S343 

Loop (The). 

Rock Creek bluff. 

(H 10S500, 10S501, Apr. 8, 1908; 

1 c. of each Mar. 23, 1908 ; 1 c. of each 

Apr. S, 1908.) 

Bell (Maud K.), Cleveland, Ohio. 

[S344 

Jealously. (H 108650, Apr. 10, 

1908.) 

Bellar & Cass, Ft. Worth, Tex. 

[ B348 

Coliseum building, interior. (H 

108405, Apr. 6, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 23, 

190S.) 

Bemesderfer (J. K.), Norristown. Pa. 
• 
Norristown. Pa. (H 109565, Apr. 
20, 190S; 2 c. Apr. 21, 190S.) 
Benjamin (Isaac), New York, N. Y. 

[8347 
Dabnev (Charles W.). (H 108396, 
Apr. 4, i90S.) 

Bevington (William). Berkeley, 
Colo. [S348 

Fort Logan. (H 10S477. Apr. 7. 1 ' 



nos. 14-18, Apr. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 
1908 



139 



Black (Chauncy P.), Williamsport, 
Pa. [8349 

Group of mounted quail of different 
ages. (H 107891, Mar. 25, 1908.) 

Black (T. Henry), Jamestown, N. Y. 

[8350-8354 

Eagles [F. O. E. club house] 2-6. 

(H 106637-106641, Feb. 27, 1908; 1 c. 

of each Feb. 27, 1908 ; 1 c. of each Mar. 

13, 1908.) 

Blasius (L. W.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[8355-8360 

I says to Jim. (F 64437, Apr. 9, 
1908.) 

Last night the lighthouse had a jag. 
(F 64432, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

They say it was those deviled crabs. 
(F 64435, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

This atmosphere, down here. (F 
64434, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Three full moons I saw. (F 64436, 
Apr. 9, 1908.) 

We're lost. (F 64433, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Bliss (Fred J.), Emlenton, Pa. 

[8361-8364 
Emlenton, Pa. 1-4. (H 107652- 
107655, Mar. 18, 1908.) 

Blood (Clinton R.), Sturgeon Bay, 

Wis. [8365 

Sturgeon Bay high school building 

in flames. (H 107370, Mar. 13, 1908.) 

Bogart (A. B.), New York, N. Y. 

[8366 

St. Gaudens (A.) memorial service 

decorations at Mendelsohn hall, New 

York, N. Y. (H 107371, Mar. 13, 

1908.) 

Bond (G. W.), Wheaton, 111. [8367 
Tokens of old time days. (H 
107190, Mar. 11, 1908.) 

Bowles (J. H.), New York, N. Y. 

[836S 
Detroit credit men's association, 
190S. (F 62265, Jan. 28, 1908.) 

Boyd, (F. M.), Gainesville, Tex. 

[8369-8372 
Gainesville, Tex., Confederate monu- 
ment, City park. 1-4. (H 107366- 
107369, Mar. 13, 1908.) 

Branch H. C), Webster, Mass. 

[8373-S377 

Webster, Mass. [1-5]. (H 107S09- 
107813, Mar. 23, 1908.) 
Brehm (Frederick W.), Rochester, 
X. Y. [8378-8384 

Buffalo. (H 108525, Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Family (The). (H 10S523, Apr. 8, 
1908.) 

His first photograph. (H 108527, 
Apr. 8, 1908.) 



| Brehm (Frederick W.) — Continued. 
Making friends. (H 108524, Apr. 
8 1908 ) 

' Puppyhood. (H 108526, Apr. 8, 
1908.) 

Resting place. (H 108521, Apr. 8, 
1908.) 

Solid comfort. (H 108522, Apr. 8, 
1908.) 

Bricker (W. J.). Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

[8385 
Clef club. (H 107620, Mar. 17, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1908.) 

Brush (Bert J.), Everett, Wash. 

[8386 

Co. K, 2nd Regt. X. G. W. (H 

10S497, Apr. S. 190S : 2 c. Mar. 25, 

1908.) 

Buck (Geo. V.), Washington, D. C. 

[8387-8430 

Ansberry (Hon. Timothy T.) 1. 
(H 107845, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Burrows (Sen. J. C.) 2. (H 
107849, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Cousins (Hon. Robt. G.) 1. (H 

108454, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Currier (Hon. Frank D.) 1. (H 
107848, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Curtis (Sen. Cbas.). 1. (H108460, 
Apr. 6, 190S.) 

2. (H 108452, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Davidson (Hon. John H.). 1, 2. 
(H 107840, 107841, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Depew (Sen. Chauncey M.). 1, 2. 
(H 10S461, 108462, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Favrot (Mrs. Geo. K.). 1-A. (H 
108463-10S466, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

5. (H 10S447. Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Houston (Hon. Wm. C). 1. (H 
107S50, Mar. 23. 190S.) 

Joyce (John A.). 1. (H 108449, 
Apr. 6, 190S.) 
, Knapp (Hon. Martin A.). 1-5. (H 
107852-107856, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Kusterman (Hon. Gustav). 1. (H 
107839, Mar. 23. 1908.) 

Langley (Hon. John W.). 1. (H 
107846, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Lee (Hon. Gordon) 1-3. (H 
107835-107837, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Norris (Hon. Geo. W.) 2. (H 
107851, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Nye (Hon. Frank M.) 1-3. (H 
107832-107834, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Page (Hon. Robt. N.) 1. (H 
108448, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Patterson (Hon. Jas. O'H.) 1-3. 
(H 107842-107S44, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Simmons (Sen. F. M.) 2. (H 
108450, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Smith (Hon. Marcus A.) 1, 2. (H 

108455, 108456, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

3. (H 108453. Apr. 6, 1908.) 



140 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, u. s., v. 3 



(H 



Buck (Geo. V.) — Continued. 

Smoot (Mrs. Reed) 1-3. 
108457-108459, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Smoot (Sen. Reed) 1. (H 107847, 
Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Sulzer (Hon. Wm.) 1. (H 107838, 
Mar. 23. 1908.) 
Bullard (Chas. Edwin), Peterboro, 

N. H. [8431-8435 

By the seashore. (H 107360. Mar. 
13, 1908.) 

I have been here before. (H 
107361, Mar. 13, 19 

Little mischief. (H 107368, Mar. 
13, 1908.) 

Promising bud. (H 107362, Mar. 13, 
190S.) 

Who cares tor me. (II 107359, Mar. 
13, 1908.) 

Burdick ».V: Swabt, Schenectady, X. Y. 

[8436 

Progress ady, N. Y. C. 

railroad depots. (H 107338, Mar. 13, 



1908; 



Mar. 16, 1908.) 



Burr pub. CO., New York, N. Y. 

[8437-8442 

Great big b liling by. (F 

64412, Apr 

I kissed her. <F 64415, Apr. 8, 
1908.) 

I've picked up a lot of apples. (F 

64413. Apr. 8, 1908 

\'\o worked very bard today. (F 
64411, Apr. S, 1908. 1 

I was so proud. (F 64410, Apr. 8, 
1908.) 

Standing beneath the maple tree. 
(F 64414, Apr. S, 11 
Burrows (Charles). Rutherford, 
N. J. [8443 

Grand army of the republic, Lincoln 
memorial. (F 64463. Apr. 10. 1908; 2 
c. Apr. 11, 1908.) 
Burt (F. D.L Bennington. Vt [S444 

Bennington. Vt., State soldiers' 
home. (H 108419, Apr. 0. 1906.) 
Butler (Mrs. G. W. i . Ann Arbor, 
Mich. [8445 

Gib and family. I H. 109418. Apr. 6, 
1908.) 

Byron (Joseph). New York. N. Y. 

[S446. S447 

New York. N. Y.. Singer Building. 
(H 107979, Mar. 27. 1908.) 

Spirit of '70. <H 107247. Mar. 12, 
1908.) 

California panorama co.. Los An- 
geles. Cal. [8448-8472 

Altadena, Cal. <H 108221, Apr. 2, 
190S: 2 c. Apr. 1, 1908. ^ 

Beardsley. Ariz. (H 10S225. Apr. 2, 
1908; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1908.) 



California panorama co. — Continued. 

Sheep dipping. (H 108226, 

Apr. 2, 1908; 2c. Apr. 1, 1908.) 

Hoa basin, Ariz. (H 107948, Mar. 
26. 1908.) 

Kelvin, Ariz. (H 10S228, Apr. 2, 
1908; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1908.) 

Los Angeles, Cal. Huntington Hall 
school. (H 108229, Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c. 
Apr. 1, 190S.) 

St. Yincent's college. (H 108230, 

Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1908.) 

Mesa, Ariz. [1-4]. (H 108232- 
5, Apr. 2, 190S; 2 c. of each Apr. 
1, 191 

Pasadena. Cal.. Throup polytechnic 
institute. (H 107949, Mar. 26, 1908.) 

Phoenix, Ariz. Birdseye. (H 
108236, Apr. 2. 190S: 2 c. Apr. 1, 1908.) 

Heard's ranch. (II P 

Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 1. 1908.) 

Prescott, Ariz.. panorama. (H 
104952, Jan. 2. 1908.*) 

Riverside, Cal. [1-3]. (H 108238- 
108240, Apr. 2, 1 90S; 2 c. of each Apr. 
1, 1908.) 

Santa Anita race track, Arcadia. 
Cal, [1-4]. (H 107950-107053, Mar. 
26, L908.) 

Tempe, Ariz. [1-3]. (H 10S222- 
108224, Apr. 2, 1908: 2 c. of each Apr. 
1, 1908.) 

Calvkbt (F.C.I. Michigan Citv. Ind. 

[8473, 8474 
Michigan City, Ind., Franklin st. 
bridge. 1, 2. (H 108428, 108429, Apr. 
<;. 1908.) 

pbell art co., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Alicia. 82. (F 64440, Apr. 9. 1908.) 
Charming lass. 81. (F 64439. Apr. 

9, 1908.) 

Bditha. 84. (F 64442. Apr. 9, 1909.) 
Inez. 83. (F 64441, Apr. 9, 1908.) 
May blossoms. 86. (F 64444. Apr. 

9, 1908.) 

Offering. SO. (F 6443S. Apr. 9, 

1908.) 

Spring time. 87. (F 64445. Apr. 9, 

1908.) 

Trysting place. 8 ! 143. Apr. 

9. 1908.) 

Carter. (H. H.). Lockport. 111. [8483 
.Toliet fire, looking north. (H 10S516, 
Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Case (W. H.), Juneau, Alaska. 

[S484, 8485 

Alaska pioneer association. 1887. 
(H 107762. Mar. 19, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 
17, 1908.) 

Alaskan sour-dongh. (H 107 
Mar. 19, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 
nos. 14-18, Apr., 1008 



141 



Catlett (Gibson), Los Angeles, Cal. 

[8486 
Evans (Bob). (H 108468, Apr. 6, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 24, 1908. 

Cavally (F. L.), Jr., Denver, Colo. 

[8487 
See that sunny spot? (F 61298, Jan. 

1, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 27, 1908.) 

Cavally (Fred'k L.), Denver, Colo. 

[8488-8521 
Colored prints (post cards). [1-34.] 
(F 64516-64549, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

Chalif normal school of dancing, 

New York, N. Y. [8522 

Kasatschok. (H 107221, Mar. 12, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 2. 1908.) 

Chapman (E. F.), Hartland, Wis. 

[8523, 8524 
Beaumont's shore. 
Smith's bay. 
(H 107795, 107794, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Chaston (F.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[8525 
In port. (H 107212, Mar. 11, 1908. 

Chickering (Elmer), Boston. Mass. 

[8526-8537 
Guild (Curtis), jr., governor of 
Massachusetts. (H 107808, Mar. 23, 
1908.) 

Hughes (Gov.) and reception com- 
mittee of New England drv goods assn. 

2. (H 107374, Mar. 13, 1908.) 
Hughes (His excellencv Chas. E.) 

governor. 5-9. (H 107S95-107899, 
Mar. 25. 1908: 2 c. of each Mar. 16, 
1908.) 

and Mr. J. C. B. Smith. 4. (H 

107894, Mar. 25. 1908; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
1908.) 

of New York state. 1. 3. (H 

107373, 107375, Mar. 13, 190S. 

Taft (Hon. Wm. H.) 13, 14. (Hi 
107148-107149, Mar. 10, 1908. 

Clark (J. Maxwell) North Hadley, | 
Mass. [8538, 8539 

Hadley, Mass., high water. 

ice over the bank. 

(H 10757S, 107579, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Clark, (AY. A. 1 ). New York, N. Y. 

[8540, 8541 

Sylvia : by Abbey. S by 8. 

Trial of Queen Catherine of Arra- 
gon ; by Abbey. 7 by 12. 

(H 107985, 1079S6, Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Clegg (Edward T.), New Brighton, 
N. Y. [8542, 8543 

Adam, where art thou? 

Clean sweep. 

(H 10721 S. 107217. Mar. 12, 1908.) 



Clinedinst (B. M.), Washington, 
D. C. [8544-8565 

Cannon (Hon. J. G.), 1, 2. (H 
107163, 107164, Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Elkins (Sen. Steve). (H 107160, 
Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Fowler (Hon. C. N.) (H 107165, 
Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Greek minister. (H 107525. Mar. 14, 
1908.) 

Guggenheim (Sen. Simon). (H 
107169, Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Knox (Sen. P.) (H 107861, Mar. 
23, 1908.) 

La Follette (Mrs. R. M.) (H 
107166, Mar. 10, 1908.) 

and son. (H 107168, Mar. 10, 

1908.) 

Lodge (Sen. C.) A-D. (H 107857- 
107860, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

McKinley (Rep. Wm.) (H 107862, 
Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Richardson (Sen. H. H.) (H 107159, 
Mar. 10, 1908: 1 c. Mar. 10. 1908; 1 c. 
Mar. 14, 1908.) 

(H 107524, Mar. 14, 1908: 1 c. 

Mar. 10, 1908: 1 c. Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Siamese minister. (H 107167, Mar. 
10. 1908.) 

Takahira (Baroness). (H 107170, 
Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Tillman (Mrs. B.) (H 107161, Mar. 
10. 190S.) 

Warren (Sen. F. E.) (H 107162, 
Mar. 10, 1908.) 

60th Congress. (H 107864. Mar. 20. 
190S.) 

Senate, House and Cabinet. (H 

107S63, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Close. Graham & Scully (inc.), New 
York, N. Y. [8566-8571 

As his father sees him. (G 18409. 
Mar. 31, 1908.) 

As his mother sees him. (G 18410, 
Mar. 31, 1908.) 

As she sees him. (G 18412. Mar. 31. 
190S.) 

As the Prof, sees him. (G 18411, 
Mar. 31, 1908.) 

Prom girl. (G 18413, Mar. 31, 1908.) 

7 P. M. 7 A. M. (G 18407, Mar. 31, 
1908.) 

Continental art co., Chicago, 111. 

[8572 
Atlantic fleet of the U. S. navy. (F 
64248, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Coppinger & Griel, Lancaster, Pa. 

[8573-8575 

April showers bring May flowers. 
(F 64335, Apr. 7, 1908.) 

That reminds me. (F 64334, Apr. 7, 
1908.) 

When we were a couple of kids. (F 
64336, Apr. 7, 1908.) 



142 



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pt. IV, n. s., v. 3 



Courier co. of Buffalo, Buffalo, N. Y. 

[8576-8588 

Barnum and Bailey animals. (G 
18238, Mar. 6, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1908.) 

Barnum and Bailey's army of clowns. 
(G 18242, Mar. 9, 1908.) 

Burning of Pat Hennessy's wagon 
train. (G 18438, Apr. 4, 1908.) 

Dohn (Robt.), the world's strongest 
man. (G 18237, Mar. 6, 1908; 2 c. 
Mar. 7, 1908.) 

Fassio trio. (G 18234, Mar. 6, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1908.) 

Giant hippopotamus. (G 18329, 
Mar. 18, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 17, 1908.) 

Gorton's celebrated concert band. 
(G 18471, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Great newsomes. (G 18236, Mar. 
6, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1908.) 

Grayce (Helen), portrait. (G 
18261, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Lake and river outings. (G 18284, 
Mar. 13, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Ringling bros., kings of the circua 
world. (G 1S330, Mar. 18, 1908; 2 c. 
Mar. 17, 1908.) 

50 funny clowns. (G 18361, 

Mar. 23, 1908.) 

101 ranch wild west. (G 18328, 
Mar. 18, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 17, 1908.) 

Crawford (Charles), New York, N. Y. 

[8589 
Tremont in 1863. (H 107755, Mar. 
11, 1908.) 

Cree pub. co., Minneapolis, Minn. 

[8590-8504 

Burbank (Luther) at his desk. (II 
100957, Oct. 14, 1907; 2 c. Sept. 24, 
1907.* ) 

Santa Rosa [Cal. 1, 2]. (H 100954, 
100955, Oct. 14, 1907.*) 

Santa Rosa valley [Cal.] . ( H 100956, 
Oct. 14, 1907; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1907.*) 

Sebastapol [Cal.]. (H 100953, Oct. 
14, 1907; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1907.*) 

Crosby-B. ([Mrs.] S.), Chicago, 111. 

[8595-8597 

Cupid in May. (F 64304, Apr. 6, 
1908.) 

Cupid in July. (F 64306. Apr. 6, 
190S.) 

Cupid in June. (F 64305, Apr. 6, 
190S.) 

Cruver mfg. co., Chicago, 111. [8598 
Giant cracker. (F 64377, Mar. 2, 
1908.) 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston, Mass. 

[S599-S607 

Blue bowl. S by 10. (H 107171, 
Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Old salt ; by Henry H. Ahl. 8 by 10. 
(H 107172, Mar. 10, 1908.) 



Curtis & Cameron — Continued. 

11 by 14. (H 107657, Mar. 18, 

1908.) 

Rattle watch of New Amsterdam. 
18 by 22. (H 107173, Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Surf at Rockport. 11 by 14. (H 
107174, Mar. 10. 1908.) 

18 by 22. (H 107175, Mar. 10, 

1908.) 

Tired out. 8 by 10. (H 107176, Mar. 
10, 1908.) 

Washington (George) ; by Gilbert 
Stuart. (H 107658, Mar. 18, 1908.) 

Cushing (Charles H.), Chicago, 111. 

[8608 
Knights of Pvthias. (F 63439, Feb. 
29, 1908.) 

Dabbs (J. V.). Fort Scott, Kans. 

[S609-8619 
Aristene. — Busy. — Fairy tales. — 
Hark. — Hazel. — I got you Mr. Butter- 
fly. — Madonna. — Meditation. — Row- 
ena.— Ruth. — Tired. (11 photographs. 
H 108407 108417, Mar. 26, 1908; 2 c. 
of each Mar. 27. 190S.) 

Dana (Arthur), Manchester, N. H. 

[8620 
Battle of get-his-bug. (F 64160, 
Apr. 2, 1908.) 

Davey (Frank), Palo Alto, Cal. 

[8621 
Jordan (David Starr). (H 108119, 
Mar. 31, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1908.) 

David (M.), New York, N. Y. [8622 

Last (The) day of Lincoln. (H 

109304, Apr. 9, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1908.) 

Davis (Edward H.), Mesa Grande, 
Cal. [8623-8625 

Cecelia, aged about 100, and blind, 
Mesa Grande, Cal. (F 64364, Apr. 7, 
1908.) 

Mesa Grande, Cal., La Noche de las 
muertes. (F 64366, Apr. 7, 1908.) 

Tatahuila dancer, Mesa Grande, 
Cal. (F 64365. Apr. 7, 1908.) 

Davis & Eickemeyer, New York, N. Y. 

[8626-8649 
Study. [Mary Garden] 1-24. (H 
10S370-108393, Apr. 4, 1908.) 

Davis & Rigc.s, Worcester, Mass. 

[8650 
Worcester. Mass., old city hall. (H 
107526, Mar. 14. 190S : 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1908.) 

Day (Francis D.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[8651 
What will quickly solve the finan- 
cial crisis here? (F 63856, Mar. IS. 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 25. 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 
nos. 14-18, Apr., 1908 



143 



Denver post, Denver, Colo. 

[8652-8664 
Adventures of the little post 
want ad. (F 64226, Mar. 26, 1908.) 

(F 64454, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Awakening (The) (F 64362, Apr. 7, 

1908.) 

Fugitives (The). (F 63522, Mar. 2, 

1908.) 

Builders of the camp. (F 64078, 

Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Circle (The) (F 63630, Mar. 17, 

1908.) 

Iron invader. (F 63490, Mar. 12, 

1908.) 

Mother love on the plains. (F 63523. 

Feb. 24, 1908.) 
Doc Bird and Hum Dinger en route. 

(F 63489, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

(F 63631, Mar. 17, 1908.) 

(F 64079, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

(F 64363, Apr. 7, 1908.) 

Post want ad. 1. (F 64339, Apr. 6, 

1908; 2 c. Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Detroit pub. co., Detroit, Mich. 

[8665-8671 

Marquette, Mich. Pickand's coal 
docks. (H 109351, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

Minneapolis, Minn. (H 107615, Mar. 
16, 1908.) 

St. Anthony's falls and the mill- 
ing district. (H 107616, Mar. 10, 190S.) 

Northern autumn. 11185. (F 64315, 
Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Two sisters: after Gari Melchers. 
(H 10S111, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Yellowstone park, Wyo. Lower falls 
of the Yellowstone. (H 108276, Apr. 
2, 1908. 

Riverside geyser. (H 107987, 

Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Dexter (George G.), Ipswich, Mass. 

[8672 
Ipswich clam. (H 107756, Mar. 21, 

190S. 

Dickinson (Charles H.), Grand Rap- 
ids, Minn. [S673-8677 
Grand Rapids, [Minn. 1-5.] (H 
107937-107941, Mar. 26, 1908.) 

Distinctive advertising service, New 
York, N. Y. [8678 

Outing. (F 64375, Apr. 6, 1908 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston, Mass. 

[8679 
Popular marches for the piano. (F 
63770, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

Donahey (J. Harry), Cleveland, Ohio. 

[8680-8685 
Uncle Biff's calendar. 1-6. (F 
64206-64211, Apr. 3, 1908.) 



Donelson (Adolph), Memphis, Tenn. 

[8686 
Skidoo 25. ( F 64143, Jan. 18, 1907 ; 
2 c. Mar. 13, 1908.) 

Dottling (Geo.), New York, N. Y. 

[8687 
Soliditas. (F 64144, Apr. 1, 1908.) 

Dunthorne (Robt.), London, England. 

[8688 
Monreale cathedral, Sicily. (F 
63059, Feb. 25, 1908.) 

Dupont (Aime), New York, N. Y. 

[8689-8797 

Abott (Bessie) in evening gown. a-c. 
(H 10S595-10S597, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Alten (Bella) as Gretel. a, b. (H 
108580, 1085S1, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

as Senta. a, b. (H 108582, 

108583, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Bonci (A.) in civil, a-c. (H 108614- 
10S616, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Calve (Emma) in evening gown, a, b. 
(H 10S610, 108611, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

in street gown. (H 108612, Apr. 

' 9, 190S.) 

Caruso (E.) in Gioconda. a-c. (H 
108626-108628, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

in L'Africana. a, b. (H 

108631, 108632, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

in Pagliacci. a, b. (H 108633, 

10S634, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

in Rigoletto. a, b. (H 10S629; 

10S630, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

in Tosca. a-c. (H 10S637- 

10S639, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

in Traviata. a, b. (H 10S635, 

, 10S636, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Cavalieri (Lina) in Fedora, a. (H 
108554, Apr. '9, 1908.) 

in street, a. (H 10S555, Apr. 

9, 1908.) 

in Thais, a, b. (H 10S548, 

108549, Apr. 9. 1908.) 

in Tosca. a-d. (H 108550- 

10S553, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

in Traviata. a-e. (H 108543- 

10S547, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Chaliapine (Theodore) in civil, a-c. 
(H 108640-10S642, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

de Lussan (Zelie) in evening gown, 
a, b. (H 108600, 108601, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

in street, a-c. (H 108602- 

■ 10S604, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Eames (Emma) in Iris. a-f. (H 
10S537-10S542. Apr. 9, 1908.) 

in Tosca. a-d. (H 108533- 

108536, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Farrar (Geraldine) as Elizabeth, 
a, b. (H 108565, 108566, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

as Juliette, a, b. (H 108567, 

108568, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

in evening gown, a, b. (H 

I 108563, 10S564, Apr. 9, 1908.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Dupont (Aim£) — Continued. 

in La Boheme. a, b. (H. 

108561, 108562, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

in Mme. Butterfly, a-e. (H 

108556-108560, Apr. 9, 190S.) 

Ferrari (R.) in street costume, a, 
b. (H 108624, 108625, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Gadski (Johanna) as Aida. a, b. 
(H 108607, 108608, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

as Eva. (H 108609, Apr. 9, 

1908.) 

as Isolde, a, b. (H 108605, 

108606, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Jacoby (Josephine) in evening sown, 
a, b. (H 108598, 108599, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Lucas (G.) in civil. (H 108613, 
Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Martin (R.) in civil, a, b. (H 
108622, 10S623, Apr. 9, 3908.) 

in Faust. (H 10S621, Apr. 9, 

1908.) 

Mattfeld (Marie) iu evening gown. 
(H 108579, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Nazimova (Alia) in evening sown, 
a-c. (H 108669-108571, Apr. 9, 190S.) 

in street, a. (H 10S572, Apr. 

9, 1908.) 

Nordica (Lillian) as Kundrv. a-c. 
(H 108591-108593, Apr. 9. 191 

in Gioconda. a-d. (H108587- 

10S590, Apr. 9, 190s.) 

Puccini (Q.) in civil, a-d. (H 
108573-108576, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Rappold ( Marie) as Aida. 

as Lisa. 

as Helene. 

in evening gown. 

(H 108617-108620, Apr. 9, 190S.) 

Reache (Gerville) as Carmen. 

as Delila. 

as Orpheus. 

(H 108584-108580, Apr. 9, 190S.) 
Van Rooy (Anton) in Flying Dutch- I 

man. a, b. (H 10S577, 10S578, Apr. 

9, 1908.) 

2 c. of each Mar. 31, 1908. 

Eckstone (C), Chicago, 111. 

[8798-8805 
Bryan. — Cannon. — Hearst.— Hughes. 

—Roosevelt.— Taft. [6 prints.] (F 
64199-64204. Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Mr. President, please run. ( F 64343, 
Apr. 6, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 30, 190S.) 

What's the matter with Folk of 
Missouri. (F 64342, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Edison manufacturing co., Orange, 
N. J. [8806-SS31 

Animated snowballs. 1-5. (H 
107645-107649, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Country girl's seminary life and ex- 
periences. 1-6. (H 107917-107922, 
Mar. 25, 190S.) 

Cowbov and the schoolmarm. 1-6. 
(H 108151-108156, Apr. 1, 1908.) 



Edison manufacturing co. — Cont'd. 

Stage memories of an old theatrical 
trunk. 1-A. (H 107668-107671. Mar. 
18, 1908.) 

Tale the autumn leaves told. 1-5. 
(H 10S661-10S665, Apr. 10, 1908.) 

Eickemeyer (Rudolf), Yonkers, N. Y. 

[8S32 
To fields and pastures new. (H 
107180, Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Elliott (Ciias. H.) co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. [8833 

Charge of the light brigade. (F 
63443, Mar. 11, 1908.) 

Ellis (R. W.), Butte, Mont. 

[8834-S841 
Amalgamated mule. 1-8. (H 
107597-107004, Mar. 16, 190S.) 

Emmet, Ellen G., New York, N. Y. 

[8842 
MacMonnies (Frederick) ; by Ellen 
G. Emmet. (H 106169, Apr. 2, i 

English (IL), Wallace, Idaho. 

Loading at Taft. (H 108530, Mar. 
21. 1908.) 

EbbI (H. IT.), Garrison, x. Dak. [8844 
Getting a living under difficulties. 

(II 107382, Fob. 20. 1908; 2 c. Mar. 2. 

Ewakt (WM. Eabl), Topeka, Kans. 

[8845 
[College pennant series] 280, 284 

286. 288, 200, l>o:i. 207-:;23. | F 63724 - 
<;:;7.-7. Mar. 21. 190* 

Fair i IlKNnvi. Lewiston, Idaho. 

Dormitory. L. S. normal. Lewiston, 
Idaho. 665. <II ion::'). Mar. 10, 
190S. ) 

Farnham, (Theo. C), Harriman, 
Tenn. [8880 8884 

Emory river and Tunnel hill, pana- 
ram. HI 107*27. Mar. 23, 190S.) 

Oakdale, Tenn. [1-3]. (H 107828- 

107830, Mar. 23. 190SA 

Y. M. O. A. from High rock. (H 

107831. Mar. 23, 190S.) 

Fawoett (WaldoxK Washington, D. C. 

[8885-8890 

Congressional reporters. 1-6. (H 
1 071 -12-1 071 47. Mar. 10, 1908.) 
Fay (Eva) co.. Syracuse, N. Y. [8891 

Far (Mrs. Eva). I F 63765, Mar. 23, 
190S; 2 c. Mar. 4. 1908.) 
Fellows (A. RA, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. 

[8892. 8893 

Crawford ( Governor ) . 

Kittredire (Senator). 

(F 63910. 63909. Mar. 20. 1908; 2 C 
of each Mar. 13, 190 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 

nos. 14-18, Apr., 1908 



145 



Kin ii (H. R.), San Diego, Cal. [8894 
Magdalena bay, Man-of-War cove. 
Mar. 13, 1908. (H 107869, Mar. 24, 
J 90S; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1908.) 

Fitzwilliam (W. R.), Chicago, 111. 

[8895 
Mineral mountains. (F 63444, Mar. 
9, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1908.) 

Fleischman (C. R.), Chicago, 111. 

[8896 
Chicago views, group of. A. (H 
107535, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Florists album co., Boston, Mass. 

[8897-8927 
[Funereal floral designs. 1-31.] (F 
631)] 2-03942, Mar. 25, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Flynn (II. IT.), San Francisco, Cal. 



Golden gate. ( F 64340, Apr. 6, 1908. ) 

Foley (E. F.), New York, N. Y. 

[8929-8937 

Campauini (Eva Tetrazzini). (H 
108105, Mar. 30, 190S.) 

Rives (Erminie Hallie). (H 107928, 
Mar. 26, 1908.) 

Tetrazzini (Madame). 809 A, 809 
C, S09-7, S09-11 to 809-14. (H 107479- 
1074S5, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Foultz (Harry J.), Akron, Ohio. 

[8938 
Put In Bay, Hotel Victory and 
grounds. (H 10752S, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Foster (Violet Bacon), Houston, Tex. 

[8939 
Snowv night at Washington circle. 
(H 107219, Mar. 11, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 5, 
1908.) 

Fowler (Thaddeus M.), Morrisville, 
Pa. [8940 

Fitzgerald, Georgia, 1908. (G 1S470, 
Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Fox (F. S. & M. V.i. Chicago. 111. 

[S941 
Keats (MargareteL (H 107764. 
Mar. 13, 190S ; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Fredericksburg Lodge, No. 4, A. F. & 
A. M., Fredericksburg, Va. 

[8942, 8943 

Holy Bible on which Geo. Washing- 
ton was made a Mason. 

Records of Fredericksburg Lodge 
showing the initiation of Geo. Wash- 
ington. 

(F 63S40, 63S41, Mar. 19, 1908: 2 c. 
of each Mar. 24, 1908.) 

Fricke (Geo. H.), New York, N. Y. 

[S944 
Bob. (H 107222, Mar. 12, 1908; 2 c. 
Mar. 4, 1908.) 



Friexd i Wm. L.), Fort Smith, Ark. 

[8945 
Fort Smith, Ark., Old fort. (H 
107214, Mar. 12, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 3, 
1908.) 

Fritz (B. J.), Albert Lea, Minn. 

[8946 
Albert Lea college. (H 10S659. Apr. 
10, 1908.) 

Frost & Reed, Bristol, England. [S947 
Jairus's daughter. (F 63531. Mar. 
14, 1908.) 

Fultz (F. M.), Burlington, Iowa. 

[894S. S949 
Tuolumne canon. [1, 2.] (F 63448, 
63449, Mar. 11, 1908.) 

Gallagher (W. H.) co.. New York, 
N. Y. >-8955 

Basket ball. (F 64118. Mar. 31, 

1908.) 

Burning of the midnight oil. (G 
38414, Mar. 31, 1908.) 

Danger on the belt line. (F 64119, 
Mar 31, 1908.) 

Eat Yalen Hades. (G 1840S, Mar. 
31, 1908.) 

Sept. and June. (G 18406, Mar. 31, 
1908.) 

Strike a match. (F 64117, Mar. 31, 
1908.) 



Gallagher & Gutter, Ely, Nev. [S956 
Ely, Nev. (H 108666, Apr. 10, 190S.) 

Gallop (Lurie), Pagosa Springs, 

Colo. [8957 

Pen drawing. (F 64425, Apr. 4, 
1908.) 

Ganter (H. C), Mammoth Cave. Kv. 

[895S-S967 

Mammoth cave. [1-9.] (H 107150- 
10715S. Mar. 10, 1908; 1 c. of each 
Mar. 10, 190S; 1 c. of each Mar. 20. 
1908.) 

Jennv Lind's arm chair. (H 

107947, Mar. 26, 1908.) 

Garman (R. H.), Chicago, 111. 

[8968-8971 
Bathing girl. — Fishing girl. — Tennis 
girl. — Western girl. (4 prints. F 
63963-63966, Mar. 27, 1908.) 

Gay (William Cann), Buffalo, N. Y. 

[S972 
Presidents and adopted state flow- 
ers, TJ. S. A. (G 18368, Mar. 18, 1908; 
2 c. Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Geddes (Horatio), Cleveland, Ohio. 

[8973 
Military memorial. (F 64142, Mar. 
3, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 27, 1908.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Gibson art galleries, Chicago, 111. 

[8974 
Field (Hollis W.) (H 107220, Mar. 
9, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1908.) 

Girard (George G.), Winsted, Conn. 

[8975 
Winsted, Conn., Highland lake, 1907. 
(H 108400, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Givens (J. D.),« San Francisco, Cal. 

[8976 
Nebraska (U. S. S.) (H 107246, 
Mar. 12, 1908.) 

G jessing (Erland), Buffalo, N. Y. 

[8977 
Opossum, scouting. (H 107709, Mar. 
20, 1908.) 

Golden (Richard), New York, N. Y. 

[8978, S979 
Golden (Richard) as Squire Bill. 
1, 2. (H 108281, 10S2S2, Mar. 30, 
1908.) 

Gooch (H. Irving), Duluth, Minn. 

[8980, 8981 

High sign. (F 64466, Mar. 24, 1908 ; 
2 c. Mar. 25, 1908.) 

His masters smoke. (F 63950, Mar. 
26, 1908.) 

Goodman (S.), New York, N. Y. 

[8982-8985 
Honi soit qui mal y pense. (F 

63656, Mar. 18, 1908.) 

How would you like to hang your 
clothes on my line? (F 63658, Mar. 
18, 1908.) 

I have nothing on. (F 64108, Mar. 
31, 1908.) 

There are 2 good reasons. (F 

63657, Mar. 18, 1908.) 

Goold (William D.), Albany, N. Y. 

[S986 
Vision child. (H 107673, Mar. 12, 
1908.) 

Gordon (Philip), Brighton, Mass. 

[8987-9023 

I am suffering with the grip. 

You'r the cause of all my tears. 

(F 63313-63314, Mar. 5, 1908.) 

Between you and me. — Don't get the 
blues. — For gracious sake. — Haf a 
laff. — I have met many big bugs. — 
I'm feeling rocky. — I'm pretty near all 
in. — I've decided to settle down. — 
Just a few lines. — Oh splosh! — Stand 
up for your rights. — There's a strike 
here. — To keep the wolf from the 
door. — What makes you be so dis- 
tant? — Yours for excitement. (15 col- 
ored prints. F 63869-63S83, Mar. 12, 
1908.) I 



Gordon (Philip) — Continued. 

Afternoon tea. — Auto girl. — Bathing 
girl.— Bride (The). — Canoeing girl.— 

, Casino girl. — College girl. — Country 
girl.— Debutante.— Golf girl. — Matinee 
girl. — Miss New York.— Opera girl. — 
Riding girl.— Skating girl.— Southern 
girl. — Summer girl. — Tennis girl. — Va- 
cation girl. — Western girl. 

(20 colored prints. F 63S03-63S22, 

; Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Gotham litho. co., inc., New York, 
N. Y. [9024 

American beauty. G 18262, Mar. 13, 
1908. 

Grantham (James Walter), Baxter 
Springs, Kans. [9025-9029 

Baxter Springs, Kans. [1-5] (H 
107942-1 075)40. Mar. 26, 190S.) 

Graves (Geo. S.), Springfield, Mass. 

[9030-9049 

Addison, Mass., Glastonbury knitting 
<•<>. mills. (H 107237, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Cape Small Point. Maine. A 184, A 
185. (H 107968, 107909, Mar. 27, 
1908.) 

Chicopee river, Mass., wire birches. 
A. 112. (II 107233, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Glastonbury, Conn., Noonday rest. 
A 1S2. (H 107954, Mar. 26, 1908.) 

Hartford, Conn. A 170-A 176, A 179. 
(II 107660-107667, Mar. 18, 190S.) 

I Iartford, Conn. A 177, A 178, A 180, 
A 181. (H 10771S-107721, Mar. 20, 
190S.) 

Hartford, Conn. A 1S3. (H 107955, 
Mar. 26, 190S.) 

Mount Holyoke, Mass., view from 
Mahan river. A 151. (H 107236, Mar. 
12, 1908.) 

Mt. Tom, Mass., Old Hundred brook. 
A 141. (II 107234, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Northampton, Mass., Cook's dam on 
Mill river. A 152. (H 107235, Mar. 12, 
1908.) 

Gray lithograph co., New York, N. Y. 

[9050-9064 

Be on the jump. (G 18458, Apr. 8, 
190S.) 

Big snap. (G 18459, Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Could you be true. (G 18460, Apr. 
8, 1908.) 

Favorites. 1-6. (G 18353-18358, 
Mar. 23, 1908.) 

In old Japan. (G 18359, Mar. 23, 
1908.) 

It's up to you. (G 1S360, Mar. 23, 
1908.) 

King of beasts. (G 183S7, Mar. 28, 
1908 ) 

Make fast Sarah. (G 1S461, Apr. 8, 
1908.) 



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nos. 14-18, Apr., 1908 



147 



Gray lithograph co. — Continued. 

Two's company. (G 18462, Apr. 8, 
1908.) 

You won't stop looking. (G 18463, 
Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Great western oil refining co., Erie, 

Kans. [9065 

Great western oil refining co., Erie 

plant. (F 63858, Mar. 25, 1908; 2 c. 

Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Greene (Alfred), Berkeley, Cal. [9066 
Life is a jest. (H 108404, Apr. 6, 
190S.) 

Greene (J. M.), Cleveland, Ohio. 

[9067-9070 
[Photographs of statuary.] Com- 
merce, south view. (H 108649, Apr. 9, 
1908; 2 c. Apr. 10, 190S.) 

Jurisprudence [1-3] (H 108646- 

108648, Apr. 9, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
10, 1908.) 

Groff (A. J.), Pomona, Cal. [9071 

Old baldy Pomona. (H 10S283, Apr. 
3, 190S; 2 c. Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Gross (J. Ellsworth), Chicago, 111. 

[9072-9074 

Good old summer time. (H 107723, 
Mar. 20, 1908.) 

My Louisiana Lou. (H 107724, Mar. 
20, 1908.) 

Old swimming hole. (H 107722, 
Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Grossman paper box co., Cleveland, 

Ohio. [9075-90S0 

Holland scene. 1-6. (G 18415- 

18420, Apr. 1, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Mar. 

9, 1908.) 

Guile (Louise F.), Lincoln, Nebr. 

[9081 
Saloons must go. (F 63465, Feb. 1, J 
1908.) 

Gustin (E. W.), New York, N. Y. 

[9082-9091 ; 

Gustin border. 1, 2. (F 63719, 63720, 
Mar. 20, 1908: 1 c. of each Feb. 21, 
1908; 1 c. of each Mar. 20, 190S.) 

merry orchestra. (F 63944, Mar. 

26, 190S.) 

minuet and harpist. (F 64292 | 

Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Her affinity. 

His affinity. 

Madame T's high C. 

Merry widow waltz. 

Soul kiss. 

(F 63945-63949, Mar. 26, 1908.) 

Tambourine girl. (F 64293, Apr. 6, 
1908.) 



Gustin (E. W.) & co., New York, 

N. Y. [9092 

Group of ideal heads. (F 63721, 

Mar. 20, 1908 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1908 ; 1 c. 

Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Guthrie & Allan, Jackson, Ga. 

T9093-9098 
Jackson, Ga. [1-6]. (F 63988- 
63993, Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Gylfe (Alex), Aberdeen, Wash. 

[9099 
Suc-cess. (H 107892, Mar. 25, 1908.) 

Haeseler photographic studios, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. [9100-9102 
Ward (Mrs. Humphrev). 1-3. (H 
109301-109303, Apr. 10, 1908.) 

Haines photo co., Conneaut, Ohio. 

[9103-9111 

Long Beach, Cal. 1, 3. (H 107608, 
107609, Mar. 16, 1908. 

Pasadena, Cal. [1-4]. (H 107611- 
107614, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Pathfinder fleet. 10 by 41. (H 
108157, Apr. 1, 1908.) 

Redondo, Cal. 2. (H 107610, Mar. 
16, 1908.) 

Hall (Geo. P.) & son, New York, N. Y. 

[9112-9114 
New York city, 1908. 6042. (H 
1076S0, Mar. 19, 1908.) 

New York sky line from Brooklyn 
[1, 2] (H 10S513, 108514, Apr. 8, 1908; 
2 c. of each Apr. 1, 1908.) 

Hall (Howard G.), Sidney, Nebr. 

[9115-9118 
Sidney, Nebr. [1-4]. (F 64506- 
64509, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

Halverson (B. A.), Chicago, 111. 

[9119 
Chicago post office. Rotunda. 1. 
(H 109330, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

Hamilton & Jones, Batavia, N. Y. 

[9120 
Points of interest in the Wm. Mor- 
gan affair. (H 107694, Mar. 20, 1908; 
2 c. Mar. 13, 1908.) 

Hammock (Claude S.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. [9121, 9122 

River in autumn. (H 10S113, Mar. 
31, 1908.) 

Summer afternoon on the Iowa river. 
(H 108112, Mar. 31, 1908.) 

Hannah & Nelson, Sioux Falls, S. 
Dak. [9123 

Dick's cafe. (H 108163, Apr. 2, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1908.) 



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Harris (Charles X.), West Hoboken, 
N. J. [9124 

Surrender of Nieuw Amsterdam in 
1664. (F 61245, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

Harris (W. J.), Pittston, Pa. [9125 

St. Augustine, Fla., Ponce de Leon, 

Cordova. (H 108046, Mar. 28, 190S : 
2 e. Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Harris & Ewing, inc., Washington, 
D. C. [9126-9132 

Ankeny (Levi) — Bailey (Joseph 
W.)— Borah (William E.)— Briggs 
(Frank O.) — Brown (Norris) — Bur- 
kett (Elmer J.) — Burnham (Henry 
E.) (7 photographs. H 107249-107 
245, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Hart, Sciiaffner ft Marx, Chicago, 
111. [9133-9143 

At the traps. (F 63520, Mar. 13, 
1908.) 

Good afternoon. (F 63767, Mar. 23, 
1908.) 

Good shot. (F 83769, Mar. 23, 1908. 1 

On the alert. (F 64224, Apr. 4. 
1908.) 

Safely landed. (F 03766, Mar 
1908.) 

Taking It easy. (F 04223, Apr. 4, 
1908.) 

Traveler (The). (F 63519, Mar. 13, 
1908.) 

Umpire. (F 63768, Mar. 23, 190S.) 

Waiting for the boat. (F 64222, Apr. 
4, 1908.) 

Harvey (Fred), Kansas City, Mo. 

[9142-9157 

Barstow, Cal., Birdseye view. (F 
63722, Mar. 21, 1908.) 

[Russell and Monette series. 1-15] 
(H 107561-107575, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Hays, Frank A., Philadelphia, Pa. 

[9158-9165 

At evening time. (F 64100, Mar. 25, 
1908.) 

Autumn. (F 64101, Mar. 25, 1908.) 

Brook (The). (F 64098, Mar. 25. 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1908.) 

Close of day, Holland. (F 64102, 
Mar. 25, 1908.) 

Feeding the flock. (F 64103, Mar. 
25, 1908.) 

Lumber (The) camp. (F 64105, 
Mar. 25, 1908.) 

Rough day, North sea. (F 64104, 
Mar. 25, 190S.) 

Twilight. (F 64106, Mar. 25, 190S.) 

Heimstreet (E. B.), Janesville, Wis. 

[9166, 9167 
Janesville, Wis. Early home and 
school of Frances E. Willard. (F 
63S38, 63S39, Mar. 23, 1908.) 



Henderson lithographing co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. [9168 
Little sunshine. ( H 109322. Apr. 13, 

190S.) 

Hendler (A. H.), New York. N. Y. 

[9169 
Atlantic fleet on the Pacific coast. 
t.F 63958, Mar. 27, 190* 

Hendry (Frank), Roslindale. Mass. 

[9170 
Indian. (F 63889, Mar. 25. 1908.) 

Hill (Harry E.), Fort Pierce. Fla. 

[9171-9174 

Coming squall. <H 107636, Mar. 17, 
1908.) 

Land of Ponce de Leon. (H 108142, 
Apr. 1, 190S.) 

Orange blossoms. (H 107956. Mar. 
26, 1908.) 

River front. (H 107635. Mar. 17, 
1908.) 

Hindmabsh (Roy B.), Lincoln. Nebr. 

[9175 9180 

Bryan (W. J.) at desk in home 
library. 

Bryan (W. J.), hall in residence of. 
i II 108399, 108398, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Bryan'B (W. J.) home. 471. 475, 177. 
178. ( II 109325-109328, Apr.13, 1908.) 

IIollixos worth (Jas. A. ), Jackson- 
ville, Fla. [9181 
Buster Tiny, a good pair to draw to. 
(H 109305. Apr. 10. 190S : 2 c. Apr. 3, 
1908.) 

Holsinger (R. W.), Charlottesville, 
Va. [9182 

Universitv of Virginia, faculty 
group. (H 107740, Mar. 21, 1908.) 

Hooper (Joseph L.), Chicago, 111. 

[9183, 9184 
Arctic fox. 1. 
Red fox. 1. 
(H 107576, 107577, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Hoster & Laxton. Lynn. Mass. [91S5 
After a north easter. (H 10S117, 
Mar. 31, 1908: 2 c. Mar. 24, 1908.) 

Howell (Mrs. Jenny L.), Jackson, 
Mich. [91S6 

Our madonna. (H 108469, Apr. 6, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 19. 1908. 

Hubert (H. C), St. Louis, Mo. 

[9187 
Washington university from the 
east. (H 107229, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Hughes (John P.), Strawberrv Point, 
Iowa. [91S8 

St. Peter and Pauls church. Inte- 
rior. (H 108275, Apr. 2, 1908.) 



nos. 14-18, Apr. 



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1908 



149 



Huld (Franz), New York, N. Y. 

[9189, 9190 
Goodbye little girl, goodbye. 
Keep off the grass. 
(F 64409, 64408, Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Hull (Dana), Chicago, 111. 

[9191-9194 

Bancroft, Edgar A. (H 109316, Apr. 
11, 1908.) 

Mudge (H. U.) [1-3]. (H 108078- 
108080, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Hunt (Enos B.) Jr., Des Moines, 
Iowa. [9195 

Des Moines department store, inte- 
rior. (H 103900, Dec. 19, 1907.) 
Hunt (Woodbury E.) co., Concord, 
N. H. [9196-9201 

Dear Santa. (F 64068, Mar. 30, 
1908.) 

I'm kind a'fraid with p'j'mas on. 
(F 64070, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

If all these stockings you should see. 
(F 64071, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Of course she doesn't even dream. 
(F 64072, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

There's nothing so jolly as Christ- 
mas with holly. (F 64073, Mar. 30, 
1908.) 

Useful present such as these. (F 
64069, Mar. 30, 1908.) 
Huntington ( Clarence Lyman ) , 
Portland, Oreg. [9202 

Southern Pacific train on Horseshoe 
bend. (H 107733, Mar. 21, 1908.) 
Hyde (Frederic Bulkeley), South- 
port, Conn. [9203-9207 

A 46. (H 106820, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

A 58. (H 107097, Mar. 9, 1908.) 

A 119. (H 107890, Mar. 24, 1908.) 

H 1580. (H 107888, Mar. 24, 1908.) 

H 1590. (H 107889, Mar. 24, 1908.) 

2 c. of each Apr. 6, 1908. 
Ingersoll (Truman Ward), St. Paul, 
Minn. [9208-9211 

Auditorium, Fourth st. entrance, In- 
terior. 20580. (H 109319, Apr. 11, 
1908.) 

Fort Snelling & Mississippi river. 
8099, 8100. (H 109317, 109318, Apr. 
11, 1908.) 

Minnesota state capitol. 11 bv 14. 
(H 109320, Apr. 11, 190S.) 

Jackson (Bradford D.), Pasadena. 

Cal. [9212, 9213 

La Canada valley, Cal., in winter. 

Picturesque La Canada valley. Cal. 

(H 107231, 107232, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Jackson (Madam Nanie Brenton). 
Topeka, Kans. [9214 

Jackson (Madam Nanie Brenton). 
(H 107678, Mar. 19, 1908.) 

39179— OS 2 



Jacobs (Saul Robert), Alameda, 
Cal. [9215-9217 

My country. (G 16380, July 22, 
1907; 2 c. Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Patriotic maps of Japan and Ire- 
land. (G 17551, 17556, Nov. 30, 1907; 
2 c. of each Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Jaeger (J. F.), Washington. Mo. 

[9218-9220 

Washington, Mo. [1-3] (H 108133- 

108135, Apr. 1, 1908; 2 c. of each Mar. 

25, 1908.) 

Janvier ( Meredith), Baltimore, Md. 

[9221 
Whyte (Sen. Wm. Pinkney). (H 
107959, Mar. 27, 1908.) 

Jebgens (Andrew) co., New York, 
N. Y. [9222-9224 

Shopping girl. (F 63886, Mar. 25, 
1908. ) 

Society girl. (F 63888, Mar. 25, 
1908.) 

Summer girl. (F 63887, Mar. 25, 
1908.) 

Johnson (Geo. W.), St. Augustine. 

Fla. [9225-9233 

Johnson's newspaper boat. 1-9. (H 

108050-10805S, Mar. 30, 1908; 2 c. of 

en eh Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Johnson (J. H.), Bradford, N. H. 

[9234-9245 
Brimming bowl. — Call us early. — 
Friday. — Good morning. — Hark. — Hear 
the bells. — Just out. — Resting flock. — 
Soft pillow. — Star gazers. — Waiting. — 
Watching. (12 photographs. H 107200- 
107211, Mar. 11, 1908.) 

Johnston (R. W.) studios. Pittsburg, 
Pa. [9246 

Easter 1908. (H 108369, Apr. 4, 
1908.) 

Jones (John M.), Washington, D. C. 

[9247, 9248 
Bryan (W. J.) 
Washington (Geo.) 
(H 107248, 107249, Mar. 12, 190S.) 

Judge company, New York, N. Y. 
Little Johnny and the Teddy bears. 

(F 63315, Mar. 5, 1908: 1 c. Mar. 5, 

190S: 1 c. Mar. 12, 1908.) 

[9249-9253 

(F 63450, Mar. 11, 1908.) 

(F 63943, Mar. 26, 1908.) 

(F 64198, Apr. 3, 1908.) 

(F 64467, Apr. 10, 1908.) 

Kelz (I. D.), Reynoldsville, Pa. [9254 
Reynoldsville, Pa., 1st M. E. church. 
(H 108121, Mar. 25, 1908.) 



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Kixsey (Darius). Seattle, Wash. 

[9255-9262 
C. M. & St. P. ry., Washington views. 
xl07, xllO, xlll, xll4-xll8. (H 
108488-108495, Apr. 7, 1908.) 

Krebaum (C. A.), La Crosse, Wis. 

[9263 
Looking at La Crosse where life is 
worth living. (F 64555, Apr. 13, 1908; 
2 c. Apr. 4, 1908.) 

Kropp (E. C.) co.. Milwaukee, Wis. 

[9204 
Milwaukee, Wis., new auditorium. 
(F G3762, Mar. 21, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 12, 
1908.) 

Lang (J. W.), Philadelphia, Pa. [9205 
Peach (Dr.) (F 64205, Apr. 3, 
1908.) 

Langill commercial photograph co., 

New York, N. Y. [!>2G6 

Portrait by Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

(H 107621, Feo. 26. 1908; 2 c. Feb. 25, 

1908.) 

Langley (Herman Osbokn), Clear- 
water, Fla. [9207-9270 
Belleair. Fla.. Hotel Belleview [1-4] 
(H 109297-109300. Apr. 10, 1908; 
of each Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Lawrence (Geo. It.) co., Chicago. 111. 

10271-9275 

Billiard tournameni at Orchestra 
hall. (H 107993, Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Buffiugton Universal Portland ce- 
ment co. Plants nos. 3-4. (H 109349, 
109350, Apr. 13, 1908. ) 

La Grange, 111., bird's eye view, at 
800 ft. elevation. (H 108274, Apr. 2, 
1908.) 

at 1000 ft. elevation. (II 

107994, Mar. 28, 190S.) 

Lee (C. H.), New Iberia, La. 

[9276-9285 

Near New Iberia, La. [1-8] (F 
63479, 63482-634SS. Mar. 12, 1908.) 

New Iberia. La. [1, 2] (F 63480, 
634S1, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Leek (William S.), Windsor, Conn. 

[92S6, 9287 

Windsor, Conn.. Methodist Episcopal 
church. (F 63961. Mar. 17, 1908; 2 c. 
Mar. 10, 1908.) 

(H 107622, Mar. 10, 190S.) 

Levick (Edwix), New York, N. Y. 

[928S-9290 

Alexander (Mrs. C. B. and Miss Har- 
riet). (H 107356, Mar. 13, 190S.) 

Birland (Miss Georgette), Page 
(Miss Irene) and Street (Miss Susan). 
(H 107354. Mar. 13, 1908.) 



Levk k ( Edwin ) — Continued. 

Deacon (Miss Edith) and Baldwin 
(Mrs. Chas.) (H 107355, Mar. 13, 
1908.) 
Lewis (John G.), Dayton, Oreg. 

[9291 

Harvesting Oregon potatoes. (H 
107758, Mar. 23, 1908.) 
Libby (Fred L.), Sanford, Me. 

[9292, 9293 

Ruffed grouse. 

Sly old fox. 

(H 107606, 107607, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

LlEBBTADER MILLINERY CO.. Kansas 

City, Mo. [9294 

Our pet. (G 18250, Feb. 24. 1908.) 
Litchfield studio. Arlington, Mass. 

[9295-9299 
Law son (Thomas W.) 1-4. (H 
108101-108104, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

5. (H 10S364. Apr. 4, 1908.) 

Littii, i \Y. I . | & I .... New York. \. Y. 

[9300 
Mount Holyoke college. (F 64294, 
Apr. <;. 1908; 2 C. Apr. 7, 190S.) 
Livermobe & Knight, Providence. R. I. 

[9301 
Gentlemen — the Vice-Admiral. (H 
K»77:;i. Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Long (Patrick E.), Frederick. Md. 

[9302 

Hotel Braddock, Braddock Heights, 

Md., View of park and observatory 

from. (II 105739, Jan. 31, 1908; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1908; 1 C. Mar. 7, 1908.) 

LONGMONT COMMEBCIAJ \ TION, 

Longmont, Colo. [9303-9305 

Thumb (Mrs. Gen. Tom) and party. 

1-3. (H 107303-107305, Mar. 13, 

Lounsbury (Fred C), Plainfield, N. J. 

[9306-9309 

Bine and the gray. (F 64149, Apr. 
1, 1908.) 

Story of the flag. (F 64152. Apr. 
1, 1908.) 

Thev gave their all. (F 64151, Apr. 
1, 1908.) 

Under one flag. (F 64150, Apr. 1, 
1908.) 

Luddex (William S.), Schenectady, 

N. Y. [9310 

Concourse in new Union station. (H 

107659, Mar. IS, 190S ; 2 c. Mar. 17, 

1908.) 

Lum (Bertha), Minneapolis, Minn. 

[9311-9314 
Geisha (A.) — Geisha girls. — Holly- 
hocks. — Junks in inland sea (4 prints. 
F 63564-63567, Mar. 14, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, ( ITS, AND PRINTS 
nos. 14-18, Apr., 1908 



151 



Lutes < FI vrry G.), Fredonia, Kaus. 

[9315, 9310 
Fredonia, Kans. \1, 2] (H 108445, 
108446, Apr. 6, 190S.) 

McCarthy (Helen Lovejoy), Walt- 
ham, Mass. [9317 
Easter greetings. (F 63962, Mar. 
26, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 20, 1908.) 

McClintock (Norman), Pittsburg, Pa. 

[9318-9322 
House cleaning. — Reveries. — Sani- 
tary plumbing. — Thrush nursery. — ; 
Watchful mother. (5 photographs. H 
108437-108441, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

MacDonald (Pirie), Now York, N. Y. 

[9323, 9324 
Leonhard (Dr. Rudolph) H, I. (H 
108149, 108150, Apr. 1, 1908.) 

McFakland (John), Cleveland, Ohio. 

[9325 
Collinwood disaster, last rites of the 
unidentified victims. (H 108013, Mar. 
28, 1908 ; 2 c. Mar. 23, 1908. ) 

McFarland publicity service, Harris- 
burg, Pa. [9326-9331 
American beauties. — Carnations. — 

Cut flowers. — Easter lilies. — Lilies of 

the valley. — Violets. (6 prints. F 

64228-64233, Apr. 4, 190S.) 

McLeod (F. T.), Chicago, 111. 

[9332-9371 

Down in Honevmoon valley with 
you. 2. 3, 7, 13. (H 107785-1077S8, 
Feb. 29, 1908; 2 c. of each Dec. 23. 
1907.) 

Fetch over the canoe. 1, 5, 9, 17. 
(H 107777-107780. Feb. 29. 1908: 2 c. 
of each Dec. 23. 1907.) 

Golden dreams. 5, 12, 13. (H 
107789, 107791. 107792, Feb. 29, 1908; 
2 c. of each Dec. 23, 1907.) 

7. (H 107790, Feb. 29, 190S ; 

2 c. Feb. 10, 1908.) 

Hearts and eves. 1, 4, 12, 13, 14. 
(H 107745-107749. Mar. 21, 190S; 2 c. 
of each Mar. 21, 1908.) 

Is it very far to Heaven. 2, 3, 6, 11. 
(H 1077X1 -1077S4. Feb. 29, 1908; 2 c. 
of each Dec. 23, 1907.) 

Just to remind you. 3, 4, 5, 14. (H 
107741-107744, Mar. 21, 1908.) 

Monterey. 3, 4. (H 107768, 107769, 
Feb. 29, 1908: 1 c. of each Feb. 10, 
190S: 1 c. of each Mar. 21, 190S.) 

5-8, 10-12. (H 107770-107776, 

Feb. 29, 190S: 2 c. of each Feb. 10, 
1908.) 

Perhaps. 4. 9, 11. (H 107765- 
107767, Feb. 29, 190S ; 2 c. of each Dec. 
23, 1907.) 

We cant play with you. 1, 3, 5. (H 
107750-107752. Mar. 21, 1908.) 



McM usrus (B. F. i, New York, N. Y. 

[9372, 9373 

Philoon (Cadet). 14197. (H 108395, 
A pi-. 4, 1908.) 

Wilson (Woodrow). 12982. (H 
108394, Apr. 1908 A 

McNabury (Louis M.), Chicago, 111. 

[9374 
Roosevelt (S. S.), Chicago, 111. (H 
107695, Mar. 20. V,i<>v : L > c . Mar. 9, 
1908.) 

Manning (Warren H.), North Bil- 
lerica, Mass. [9375, 9376 

North Billerica, Mass. Manning 
manse. 
Manning manse, library. 

(H 108123, 10S122. Mar. 31, 1908; 2 
c. of each Mar. 27, 1908.) 

Markendorff (George), New York, 
N. Y. [9377-9386 

At the shore. (G 18254, Mar. 10, 
190S.) 

Blowing bubbles. (G 18249. Mar. 10, 
1908.) 

Coasting. (G 18250, Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Down south. (G 18251, Mar. 10, 
1908.) 

In China. (G 18255, Mar. 10, 1908.) 

In Holland. ( G 1S256, Mar. 10, 1908. ) 

Tn Switzerland. (G 18257, Mar. 10, 
1908.) 

On the farm. (GlS25s. Mar. 10, 
i 1908.) 

Playing house. (G 1S252. Mar. 10, 
1908.) 

Street urchins. (G 18253, Mar. 10, 
1908.) 

Marshall (E. D.), East Hartford, 
Conn. [93S7 

Our Jennie. (H 107900, Mar. 25, 
190S; 2 c. Mar. 19, 1908.) 
I 
Marshall t Oscar), Newark, N. J. 

[938S 
Allison (Wm. B.) (F 63967. Mar. 
27. 1908; 2 c. Mar. 28, 1908.) 

1 Marshall (Wilbert E.), Arlington, 
Mass. [9389, 9390 
Lawson (Thomas W.) and grand- 
child. 1. (H 107349, Mar. 13, 1908.) 
2. (H 107476, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Martin (Henry A.). Ambler, Pa. 

[9391, 9392 

Constitution (The). (F 61722. Jan. 
16, 1908: 2 c. Sept. 25. 1907.) 

Pennsylvania (U. S. S.) (F 6390S, 
Mar. 26, 190S; 2 c. Mar. 27, 1908.) 

Marx (Emanuel), Chicago, 111. [9393 
Birth cirtificate. (F 63464, Feb. 29, 
i 1908; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1908.) 



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Mayer (Eli), Paterson, N. J. [9394 
Mizrah (A) or prayer. (F 63911, 
Mar. 26, 1908.) 

Melies (Geo.), Paris, France. 

[9395-9400 

Dream of an opium fiend. (H 
107381, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

In the barber shop. (H 107868, Mar. 
24, 1908.) 

Long distant wireless photography. 
(H 107866, Mar. 24, 1908.) 

Night with masqueraders in Paris. 
(H 107865, Mar. 24, 1908.) 

Prophetess of Thebes. (H 107867, 
Mar. 24, 1908.) 

Why that actor was late. (H 107644, 
Mar. 18, 1908.) 

Mercer (S. W.), Iowa City, Iowa. 

T9401, 9402 
Champion of American liberties. 
Fidelity to the people. 
(F 64428, 64429, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Miller (George W.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[9403, 9404 

Ain't he cute. (F 63987, Mar. 28, 
1908.) 

Little builder. (F. 64337, Apr. 7, 
1908.) 
Minderhout (J. W.)t Marion, Ala. 

[9405, 9406 

Patsie at the well. 

Patsie's homestead. 

(H 107930, 107929, Mar. 26, 1908; 
2 c. of each Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Mitchell (John J.) co., New York, 
N. Y. [9407-9411 

American fashions, Sartorial art 
journal, March. 190S. Supplements — 
A, B. (F 62164. 62165, Jan. 27. 1908; 
2 c. of each Mar. 21, 1908. 1 

C-E. (F 63579-63581, Mar. 16. 

1908; 2 c. of each Mar. 21, 1908.) 
Mitchell (John W.)» Washington, 
D. C. [9412 

Futurity. (H 107617, Mar. 11, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1908.) 
Moffett studio, Chicago, 111. 

[9413-9417 

Chance (Frank L.) (H 108130, 
Apr. 1, 1908.) 

Hopkins (Sen. A. J.) (H 107181, 
Mar. 11, 1908.) 

Hughes (Hon. Chas. Evans) 1-3. (H 
107182-107184, Mar. 11, 1908.) 
Montross (N. E.), New York, N. Y. 

[9418, 9419 

Broad and Wall streets. From the 
painting by Childe Hassam. 4f x 9. 
(H 108158, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

Enchanted sty — Circe and the friends 
of Ulysses; by Horatio Walker. (H 
109323, Apr. 13, 190S.) 



Morgan (Alfred), Murphy, N. C. 

[9420 
Sunnv Africa in Dixie land. (F 
64099, Mar. 30, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1908.) 

Morgan's (Enoch) sons co., New 

York, N. Y. [9421 

Goose chase. (G 18338, Mar. 20, 
1908.) 

Morris (J. L.), Lawrence, Kans. 

[9422-9424 
Kansas state university. Al, A2. 
Lawrence, Kans., Haskell institute. 
(H 1079S2-107984, Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Morrison (Paul), Catsklll, N. Y. 

[9425, 9426 
Catsklll, N. Y., Thompson st. 
L<>eds valley, Leeds, N. Y. 
(H 107629, 107628, Mar. 17, 1908.) 

Mott (H. Oakley), Coatesville, Pa. 

[9427 
Tapping the midnight heat. (H 
107634, Mar. 17, 1908.) 

Muller, Luch singer & co.. New York, 
X. Y. 

Autumnal elorv. 217. (G 18404, 
Mar. 31, 190S.) 

Fishermen's return off the coast of 
Maine. 216. (G 18403, Mar. 31, 
1908.) 

AYinter solitude. 218. (G 18405, 
Mar. 31, 1908.) 

Myers (Court), Germantown, N. Y. 

[9431-9434 

Fos creek bridge, 

Germantown corners. 

Germantown, X. Y.. harvesting ice. 

I F 83542 63544, Mar. 14, 18 

Jealousy falls. (F 0.".7<>::. .Mar. 19, 
L908.) 

National candy co., Jersey City, N. J. 

[9435-9437 

Golden rod girl. (F 63441, Mar. 2, 
1908.) 

Lake shore girl. (F 63442, Mar. 2, 
1908.) 

Surf girl. (F 63440, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

National cutlery co.. Detroit, Mich. 

[943S 
They hold an edge. (F 635S3, Mar. 
16, 190S.) 

National photograph co.. Chicago, 111. 

[9439-9449 
Arrested attention. 3143. 
Chief (The). 3144. 
Feathers and flowers. 3129. 
Flora regina. 3130. 
Fluffv. 3132. 
(11 1 07684-1 076SS, Mar. 19. 1908.) 



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nos. 14-18, Apr., 1908 



153 



National photograph co. — Continued. 

High gear. 3176. (H 108368, Apr. 
4, 1908.) 

Interest acquired. 3131. 

Lace and Grace. 3128. 

Move on. 3142. 

Moving force. 3145. 

Ruffles. 3133. 

(H 107689-107693, Mar. 19, 1908.) 

National press association, New 
York, N. Y. [9450-9452 

Depew (Senator Chauncey M.) at 
his desk. 

House committee investigating 
charges against Submarine boat co. 
(H 107656, Mar. 18, 1908.) 

Knox (Senator Philander C.) at his 
desk. 

(H 107710, 107711, Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Navy publishing co., Washington, 
D. C. [9453 

American battle ship fleet at Rio de 
Janeiro. (F 64153, Apr. 1, 1908.) 

Needham (W. M.), North Benning- 
ton, Vt. [9454, 9455 

Bennington, Vt., in the near future. 

North Bennington, Vt., in the near 
future. 

(H 107970, 107971, Mar. 27, 1908; 
2 c. of each Mar. 20, 1908.) 

New York (City of), New York, N. Y. 

[9456-9460 

Lafayette (Marquis de) ; by Morse. 
(H 107807, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Jackson (Andrew) ; by Vanderlyn. 
(H 107806, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Jay (John) ; by J. Trumbull. (H 
107803, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Lewis (Morgan) ; by J. Trumbull. 
(H 107804, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Tompkins (Daniel D.) ; by J. Trum- 
bull. (H 107805, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

N. Y. evening telegram (N. Y. herald 

co.), Jersey City, N. J. [9461-9493 

Book-taught Bilkins. (F 63462, Mar. 

11, 1908.) 

- — (F 63655, Mar. 17, 1908.) 

(F 63907, Mar. 25, 1908.) 

(F 64145, Apr. 1, 1908.) 

(F 64374, Apr. 7, 1908.) 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. (F 

63574, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

(F 63628, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

(F 63711, Mar. 20, 1908.) 

(F 63835, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

(F 63994, Mar. 28, 1908.) 

(F 64097, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

(F 64225, Apr. 4, 1908.) 

(F 64329, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

(F 64483, Apr. 10, 1908.) 



N. Y. evening telegram — Continued. 
Little Mrs. Thoughtful. (F 63627, 

Mar. 16, 1908.) 

(F 63836, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

(F 64096, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

(F 64330, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Pilgrim's progress. (F 63516, Mar. 

12, 1908.) 

(F 63687, Mar. 19, 1908.) 

(F 63956, Mar. 26, 1908.) 

(F 64331, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

(F 64424, Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Puggy Poodle. (F 63515, Mar. 12, 

1908.) 

(F 63710, Mar. 20, 1908.) 

(F 63986, Mar. 27, 1908.) 

(F 64165, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

(F 64460, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Wisdom of Wiseheimer. (F 63626, 

Mar. 16, 1908.) 

(F 63837, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

(F 63995, Mar. 28, 1908.) 

- — -(F 64328, Apr. 6, 1908.) 
(F 64487, Apr. 11, 1908.) 

New York herald co., Jersev City, 
N. J. [9494-9566 

Adventures of the Angle people. 
(F 63495, Mar. 12, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
1908.) 

(F 63707. Mar. 20, 1908; 2 c. 

Mar. 23, 1908.) 

(F 63984, Mar. 27, 1908; 2 c. 

Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Anarchist bomb hurled at police in 
Union square. (F 64094, Mar. 30, 
1908.) 

Angelic Anseline. (F 63504, Mar. 
12, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 23, 1908.) 

(F 63510, Mar. 12. 1908; 2 c. 

Mar. 28, 190S.) 

(F 64170, Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 

6, 1908.) 

(F 64176, Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 

11, 1908.) 

Ba-ba. (F 63500, Mar. 12, 1908; 
2 c. Mar. 16, 1908.) 

(F 63507, Mar. 12, 1908; 2 c. 

Mar. 23, 1908.) 

(F 63513, Mar. 12, 1908; 2 c. 

Mar. 28, 1908.) 

(F 64168, Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 

6, 1908.) 

(F 64174, Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c.'Apr. 

11, 1908.) 

Blue jackets waiting to cook a 
turtle. (F 63652, Mar. 17, 1908.) 

Bull fight witnessed by U. S. sailors 
at Lima. (F 64092. Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Buster Brown. (F 63502, Mar. 12, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1908.) 

(F 63503, Mar. 12, 1908; 2 c. 

Mar. 23, 190S.) 

(F 63509, Mar. 12, 1908; 2 c. 

Mar. 28, 1908.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c. 



(H 

17, 



New York herald co. — Continued. 

(F 64172, Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c. 

Apr. 6, 1908.) 

(F 64173, Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c. 

Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Calle de Alvarez showing result of 
last years earthquake. (F 64095. 
Mar. 30, 1908. ) 

Cleveland (Grover). 1-A. (H 
108136-108139, Apr. 1, 1908.) 

Fleet at Magdalena bay. (F 63903, 
Mar. 25, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 26, 1908.) 

Fluffy Ruffles. (F 63496, Mar. 12, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1908.) 

(F 63708, Mar. 20, 1908; 2 c. 

Mar. 23, 1908.) 

(F 63985, Mar. 27, 1908; 2 c. 

Mar. 28. 1908.) 

(F 64160 

Apr. 6, 1908.) 

(F 64459, Apr. 9. 1!>0s ; 2 C. 

Apr. 11, 1908.) 

— — breaking oft* conversation. 
108141, Apr. 1, 1908; 2 c. Mar 
1908.) 

watching an artist at work. 

(H 108140, Apr. 1, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1908.) 

Georgia [U. S. S.] at target practice, 
Magdalena bay. (F 03904, Mar. 25, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 20. 1008.) 

making ready for target prac- 
tice. (F 63853, Mar. 24, 1908; 2 c. 
Mar. 25. 1908.) 

Jumbo junior. (F 63499, Mar. 12, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Liberty men ashore at Callao. 
64091, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Liberty men landing at Callao. 
64090. Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Little Nemo in Slumberland. 
63497, Mar. 12. 1908 
1908. ) 

(F 63508 

Mar. 23, 1908.) 

(F 6:1514, Mar. 12. 1908; 

Mar. 28, 1908.) 

(F 64171, Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c. 

Apr. 6, 1908.) 

(F 64178, Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c. 

Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Magdalena and tbe fleet. (F 63852, 
Mar. 24, 1908: 2 e. Mar. 25. 1908.) 

Magdalena bay. (F 63572, Mar. 14, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1908.) 

chart of. (F 63624. Mar. 16, 

190S.) 

Man of war cove. (F 63622, 

Mar. 16, 1908.) 

panoramic view. (F 64089, 

Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Magdalena bay (Town of). ' (F 
63621, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

city marshal of. (F 63906, Mar. 

25. 1908; 2 c. Mar. 26, 1908.) 



( F 

(F 

(F 
2 c. Mar. 16, 

Mar. 12, 1908; 2 c. 

2 c. 



New York herald co. — Continued. 

view of the town and Man of 

war cove. (F 63623, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Mauretania cuts down rival's lead. 
(F 64332, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Mediterranean cruises lure many 
voyagers. (F 63625, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Mexican bay. (F 63573, Mar. 14, 
1908.) 

Monkey shines of Marseleen. (F 
63501, Mar. 12, 190S ; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
190S.) 

(F 63506, Mar. 12. 1908; 2 c. 

Mar. 23. 1908.) 

(F 63512, Mar. 12. 1908; 2 c. 

Mar. 28, 1!»<>s. | 

(F 64107, Apr. 2. 1908; 2 c. Apr. 

0. 1908.) 

(F 04175. Apr. 2. 190S: 2 c. Apr. 

11. 1908.) 

Observers on turret top watching 
target practice. (F 04112. Mar. 31, 
1908; 2 c. Apr. 1. 1908.) 

Personal liberty in its relation to 
public policy. < V 63709, Mar. 20, 1908; 
2 C. Mar. 2.'!. 1908.) 

Sailors from the fleet ready for a 
baseball game at Callao. (F 64093, 
Mar. 30, 1908.) 

st. Denis (Dispatch boal i approach- 
ing Magdalena. (F 63854, Mar. 24. 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1908.) 

St. Louis i 1'. S. S. i. Charleston, Mil- 
waukee and Albany. iF 63654, Mar. 
17. 1908.) 

Sixty-eight liners form today's pro- 
cessions, i F 64110, Mar. 30, 190 

Targets being marked. (F 64111, 
Mar. 31, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 1. 1908.) 

Terrors of the tiny tads. (F 63498, 
Mar. 12. 1908; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1908.) 

(F 63505, Mar. 12. 190S; 2 c. 

Mar. 23, 1908.) 

(F 63511, Mar. 12. 1908: 2 c. 

Mar. 28, 1908.) 

(F 04100, Apr. 2. 190S: 2 c. 

Apr. 6, 1908.) 

— (F 04177. Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c. 
Apr. 11. 1908.) 

Torpedo boat having torpedo firing 
practice. (F 63653, Mar. 17. 190S.) 

Wainwright (Capt.) [and] Eberle 
(Executive officer.) (F 63905, Mar. 
25, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 26. 1908.) 

NEW York times CO., New York, X. Y. 

Some impressions of the passing: 
show. ( F 63517, Mar. 12. 1 908. ) 
(F 63855, Mar. 21. 19 

Newell (R.) & sox. Philadelphia, Fa. 

[9569 
First Fnited Stares mint. (H 
108361, Apr. 3. 1908.) 



nos. 14-18, Apr, 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 
1908 



155 



Newton (Warren Z.), Marshalltown, 
Iowa. [9570-9572 

New York to Paris race. De Dion 
French car. (H 107605, Mar. 16, 
1908.) 

Moto Bloc French car. (H 

108047, Mar. 30, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 19, 
1908. ) 

Protos, German car. (H 

10804*, Mar. 30, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1908.) 

Newton (William Edward), Oberlin, 

Ohio. [9573 

Oberlin college presidents. (H 

108120, Mar. 31, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 1, 

1908.) 

Nicoll (W. T.), Wheeling, W. Va. 

[9574 
Wheeling, W. Va., pumping station, 
water works. (H 108467, Apr. 6, 1908 ; 
2 c. Apr. 7, 1908.) 

Oettinger (Adolpii J.), Boston, Mass. 

[9575, 9576 
Little violinist. 
Messe copie; by Miiller. 
(F 63562, 63563, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

O'Gorman agency, New York, N. Y. 

[9577-9579 

New York, N. Y. [1-3] (G 18325- 

18327, Mar. 18, 1908; 2 c. of each Apr. 

6, 1908.) 

Osborne co., New York, N. Y. 

[9580-0583 

Harbor-Dordrecht, evening in. [1-4] 
(F 63970-63973, Mar. 27, 1908.) 

Late summer tourist. 5i by 4L 

Loch Katrine, highland cattle. 3* 
by 2h 

(F 63968, 63969. Mar. 27, 1908.) 

Otis lithograph co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

T95S4-9594 

Belle of Richmond. (G 18196. Feb. 
28. 1908; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1908.) 

Holland (Mildred). (G 1S240, Mar. 

7. 1908; 2 c. Mar. 2. 190S.) 

The provider. (G 1S339, Mar. 

20, 190S; 2 c. Mar. IS, 1908.) 

(G 18241. Mar. 7, 190S : 

2 c. Mar. 2, 1908.) 

Wife's secret [7 theatrical posters]. 
(G 1S340-18342. Mar. 20, 190S : 2 c. of 
each Mar. 16, 190S ; G 18379-18381. 
Mar. 26, 1908; 2 c. of each Mar. 24, 
1908: G 18473, Apr. 9, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 



4, 1908.) 

Outcault (R. F.). Flushing, N. Y. 

[9595-9646 
[Bank series] 1-52. (F 64002-64053, 
Mar. 28, 1908.) 



Pach bros., New York. N. Y. 

[9647-9654 

Bingham (Gen. Theo. A.) and staff. 
86401. (H 107633, Mar. 17, 1908.) 

Harriman (E. H.) 86564. (H 
107632, Mar. 17. 1908.) 

Morton (Ex-Gov. L. P.) 86636 
small, 86636 large. (H 108147, 108148, 
Apr. 1, 1908.) 

Taft (Secretary) and Fort (Gov.) 
86800. (H 108143, Apr. 1, 1908.) 

Taft (Secretary). Fort (Gov.) and 
Takahira (Baron). 86801, S6802 B, 
S6802 ( (H 108144-108146, Apr. 1, 
1908.) 

I'age (Edward T. >. Chicago, 111. 

[9655-9658 

Old age. I F 63862. Mar. 9. 1908.) 

Study in light and shade. (F 63861, 
Mar. 9, 1908.) 

Study in outline. (F 63863, Mar. 9, 
1908.) 

Youth. (F 63860, Mar. 9, 1908.) 

Parkinson & Dockendorff, La Crosse. 

Wis. [9659 

Young men's Christian association. 
(H 107090, Mar. 9, 1908.. 

Penfield (N. AY.). New York. N. Y. 

[9660-9663 

Cleveland baseball team. 1908. 

New York Giants baseball team. 
1908. 

Philadelphia National league base- 
ball team. 1908. 

St. Louis National league baseball 
team. 1908. 

(H 109293-109296. Apr. 10, 1908.) 

Perkins (Wm. B.L jr.. Lead. S. Dak. 

[9664-9674 
[Homestake gold mine. Lead, S. Dak., 
flash-light photographs of the under- 
ground workings. 1-11] (H 108114- 
108116. Mar. 31. 190S : H 108277-108280, 
Mar. 31, 1908: 2 c. of each Mar. 23, 
1908: H 108473-108476, Apr. 7. 1908; 
2 c. of each Apr. S. 1908.) 

Peters (Claus), Craig. Mo. 

[9675-9677 
Craig, Mo. [1-3] (H 107223-107225, 
Mar. 12, 1908: 1 c. of each Feb. 29, 
1908; 1 c. of each Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Piielax (A. B.i, New York. N. Y. 

[9678-9683 
[Composite photographs of gigantic 
vegetation] 1-6. (H 107725-107730, 
Mar. 20, 1908.) 

! Pilling (J. L.L Chicago. 111. [9684 
Turn table tractors. ( F 63530. Mar. 
13, 1908: 2 c. Mar. 23. 1908.1 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Pohle (Frederick), Buffalo, N. Y. 

[9685-9687 

Butler (Archie Nelson). (H 107238, 
Mar. 12, 1908.) 

McFadden (Red). (H 107924, Mar. 
25, 1908.) 

Rose. (H 107923, Mar. 25, 1908.) 

Post pub. co., Denver, Colo. 

[9688, 9689 

Doc Bird and Hum Dinger en route. 
(F 63524, Feb. 24, 1908.) 

(F 63521, Mar. 2, 1908.) 

Providence lithograph co.. Provi- 
dence, R. I. [0690-9697 

Christmas lesson. 23i by 263 . (G 
18495, Apr. 14, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 11, 
1908.) 

Paul preaching. 3& by 4&. (F 
64076, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Prison doors opened. 3t. 9 (t by 4tV. 
(F 64077, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Review lesson. 2& by 3. (F 64001, 
Mar. 28, 1908.) 

2$ x 2ft. (G 18428, Apr. 3, 

1908.) 

Solomon chooses wisdom. 2& by 3. 
(F 64000, Mar. 28, 190$ 

2f x 2ft. (G 18429, Apr. 3, 

1908; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1908.) 

23* by 26*. (G 18494. Apr. 14, 

1908; 2 c. Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Putnam (E. D.), Antrim, X. H. 

[9698 

Chums. (H 107977. Mar. 27, 
2 c. Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Latest in hats. (H 107978, Mar. 27, 
190S; 2 c. Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Teddy and I. (H 107976, Mar. 27, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Two is a companv. (H 107975, Mar. 
27, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 28, LI 

Ragsuale (M. C), San Angelo, Tex. 

[9702, 9703 
San Angelo, Tex. [1, 2] (H 107988, 
107989. Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Rakow (H. A.), Ludington, Mich. 

[9704, 9705 

General Gillespie (U. S. dredge). 

Wolverine i I'. S.) first iron-clad 
battle ship, built in 1843. 

(H 10S49S. 108499, Apr. 8, 1908; 2 c. 
Mar. 30. 1908.) 

Rankin (H. W.), Plainfield, N. J. 

[9706-9710 
Kennebunkport, Maine. 1001-1005. 
(H 106469-106473, Feb. 19, 1908; 2 c. 
of each Mar. 23, 1098.) 

Reed (Dr. A.) cushion shoe co., New 
York, N. Y. [9711 

Chauncey. (G 18439. Apr. 4. 1908; 
2 c. Apr. 1, 1908. ) 



Reed (F.), Washington, D. C. [9712 
Washington Monument, from west 
porch of the Treasury. (H 107199, 
Mar. 11, 1908.) 

Rfed (Roland W.), Bemidji, Minn. 

[9713-9721 
Caribou. — Loading up. — Looking. — 
More hunters. — More in sight. — Pil- 
lagers. — Some one coming. — Trap- 
per. — Wolf hunt. (9 photographs. H 
107513-107523, .Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Relay (Nelson A.), New York, N. Y. 

[9722 
Barrel of fun. (H 107619, Mar. 17, 
1908.) 

, Ridgley (W. T.) calendar co., Great 
Falls, Mont. [9723 

Smoke of a forty-five. (H 108363, 
Apr. 4, 1908.) 

Ring (H.), Chicago, 111. [9724 

Vor Frelsers Norske Ev. Luth. kirke, 
50 aars iubelfest. 1908. (F 64462, 
Mar. 25, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 10, 190S.) 

Riordan (G. C.) & co., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. [9725-9730 

Elks' memorial (ablet. S760-S765. 

(F 64215-64220, Apr. 4, 1908; 2 c. of 

each Jan. 23, 1908.) 

Kop.mins (H. I.), Boston, Mass. 

[9731-9748 

Couple in hammock. 995, 1002. (G 
1^'.»r>, 18296, Mar. 16, 190S.) 

Girl and fellow in auto. 1027,1028, 
ser. 1029-3, ser. 10294, ser. 1030-2. (G 
18306-18210, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

<;irl and fellow in canoe. 1000,1006, 
ser. 1029-5, ser. 10294. (G 18300- 
L8303, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Girl and fellow in hammock. (G 
18294, Mar. 16, 190S.) 

Girl and fellow standing on boating 
Landing. Ser. 1030-2. (G 18305, Mar. 
16,1908.) 

Girl coming down stairs to canoe. 
1004. (G 18304, Mar. 16, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Girl descending from auto, and fel- 
low. Ser. 1030^. (G 18311, Mar. 16, 
1908.) 

Girl in hammock. 994, 996, 997. (G 
; 18297-1S299, Mar. 16, 1908.) 
Rohrer (George Gilbert), Wilkins- 
burg, Pa. [9749 

Harrisburg, Pa., fire scene, Pennsyl- 
vania's old capitol building, Feb. 2, 
1S96. (H 108660, Apr. 10, 1908: 2 c. 
Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Romans photographic co.. Seattle, 
Wash. 197.-0 

Seattle, from the harbor. (H 107042, 
Mar. 17. 1908.) 



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1908 



157 



Rose (H. M.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[9751-9766 
[Fourth of July post cards. 1-4] 

(F 64345-64349, Apr. 7, 1908.) 
Greetings. (F 64351, Apr. 7, 1908.) 
[Halloween post cards. 1-11] (F 

64349, 64350, 64352-64356, Apr. 7, 1908 ; 

F 64416-64419, Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Rose co., Philadelphia, Pa. [9767-9778 

Baby's anticipation. 

Baby's greeting. 

Christmas wish. 

Do! lie's surprise. 

Dolly's fall. 

Dolly's good wishes. 

Milk toast. 

(F 03675-63681, Mar. 18, 1908.) 

Pig and turkey. 

Pleasant Thanksgiving. 

Thanksgiving greeting. 

Thanksgiving toast. 

iF 63799-63802, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Xmas prayer. (F 63682, Mar. 18, 
1908.) 

Rosenthal co., New York, N. Y. 

[9779, 9780 
Having an enjoyable trip. 256. 
We will expect vou for dinner. 244. 
(F 63884, 63885, Feb. 20, 1908.) 

Ross (Chas.1 & son co., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. [9781-9S23 

Paint and color mills. (F 63466, 
Mar. 12, 1908: 2 c. Mar. 2, 1908.) 

Ross improved mills [1-5]. (F 
63S64-63S68, Mar. 19. 1908.) 

no. 36 . . . paint and varnish 

mixer. 

no. 30 mammouth change can 

mixers, etc. [1-2]. 

no. 30-L midget change can 

mixers. [1-2]. 

no. 30 . . . electrical compound 

mixer. 

no. 73 C chocolate . . . melan- 

geur. 

no. 36 C chocolate . . . kettle. 

no. 121-122, carbon paper coat- 
ing, etc. machines. 

no. 113-114 typewriter ribbon 

spooling, etc. machines. 

no. 115-117 typewriter ribbon 

cloth folding, etc. machines. 

no. 110, 112, 113 typewriter rib- 
bon saturating, etc. machines. 

no. 95 Whiting chaser. 

no. 93 . . . drug chaser, etc. 

no. S9 hexagon bolting reel 

[1-2]. 

no. 63 T. R. 48 in. top runner 

dry mill. 

no. 52 thin steel scraper, etc. 

no. 50 two roller . . . ink mill. 



Ross (Cj x co.— Continued. 

no. 52 three roller . . . ink mill. 

no. 41 kneading and mixing 

machines [1-41. 

no. 42 kneading machines, etc. 

no. 36 . . . varnish cutter, etc. 

no. 39 hexagon bolting reel . . . 

feeder, etc. 

no. 84, S3 barrel packers. 

no. 86 . . . book ink mixer. 

no. S5 two roller oats crusher. 

no. 85 two roller dry crushers 

[1-3]. 

no. 70 . . . breaker and crusher. 

no. 66 . . . pulverizing mills. 

no. 64 Burr stone mills. 

(F 64255-64291, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Rosser (William P. •. Washington, 
D. C. [9824, 9825 

If I don't miss my train. 
Which bait are vou using. 
(F 64477. 64478. Apr. 10, 1908.) 

Rotograph 00 k. N. Y. 

[9826-9846 

B 235S-B 2371. B 2373-B 2386. (H 
107486-107499, 107501-107514, Mar. 14, 
1908.) 

Philadelphia. Pa.. Hotel Walton 
[1-3]. (H 107990-107992, Mar. 28, 
1908.) 

Rottmer iH, B.), Washington, D. C. 

[9847-9S52 
Buddha. — Death. — Fearless. — First 
step. — Grief. — Trident. (6 photo- 
graphs. H 101 7198, Mar. 11, 
190S.) 

Rowe (Geo. H.l. Ennis. Tex. [9853 
Me and mv teacher. (F 63705, 
Mar. 19, 1908; 2 e. Feb. 28, 1908.1 

Rust's (Fred 1 ! shop, Kansas City, Mo. 

[9854-9859 

Awake thou wintry earth. (F 
63773, Feb. 29, 1908.1 

Easter greeting. I F 63774. Feb. 29, 
1908.) 

Happy Easter. A. B. (F 63771, 
63772, Feb. 29. 1908,1 

Oh who will sing. (F 63775, Feb. 
29, 190S. 

Spring bursts to-day. (F 63776, 
Feb. 29, 190S.1 

2 c. of each Mar. 23, 190S. 

Sackett & Wilheims co.. New York, 
N. Y. [9S60-9S62 

Carnations. (G 18430. Apr. 4. 1908; 
2 c. Apr. 3. 1908.1 

Fall and winter 1908-1909. Fash- 
ions. (F 63577. Mar. 11, 1908.) 

Sweet innocence. (G 1S431. Apr. 4, 
1908: 2 c. Apr. 3, 1908.) 



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Sander (P.), New York. N. Y. 

[9863-9875 

Meals at all hours. (F 64426, Mar. 
23, 1908.) 

Bar meeting. — Dinner engagement. — 
Doubt. — Early dawn. — Flirtation. — 
Last leaf. — Motherly love. — Playing a 
game. — Playing billiards. — Reaper. — 
Salvation. — Telephone message. (12 
engravings. F 64236-64247, Apr. 6, 
1908.) 

Sanitol chemical laboratory. St. 
Louis, Mo. [9876-9887 

Charts showing the growth and de- 
velopment of the teeth. 1-12. (F 
63297-63308, Feb. 17, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Nov. 12. 1907. i 

SASMON (Fbed F.), North Bend. Oreg. 

[9888 
Breakwater (S. S.) (H 107339, Mar. 
13, 1908.) 

Sank EMBROIDERY CO., New York. N. Y. 

> 9894 
My favorite ting :— Columbia : Cor- 
nell; Harvard: Pennsylvania; Prince- 
ton; Yale. (F 63602-63607, Mar. 16, 
1908.) 

Schiller (S.), Litchfield, 111. 

[989? 

American radiator CO., Litchfield 
plant. (H 107187. Mar. 11, 1908.) 

Litchfield, 111., Catholic Church and 
parsonage. (II L08406, Apr. 6, 1908; 
2 c. Mar. 7, 1908.) 

Schmidt (B.T.), Buffalo. Minn. 

Pulaski lake. (F 63585, Mar. M. 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1908. 
Schmidt (John Robert), Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Barclay telegraph instrument [1-3]. 
(H 108442-108444. Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Taft (Wm. H.) Sec'v of war. watch- 
ing a game of ball. iH 109311, Apr. 
11. 1908.) 

Taft's (Wm. H.) old homestead. 
(H 107192, Mar. 11. 1908.) 
Schonewolf (H. W.)i Albany, N. Y. 

[9903-9917 

Point O'Woods, X. Y. [1-101. (H 
10S085-10S100, Mar. 30. 1908. > 
Scholijer (Robert S. i. North Adams. 
Mass. [9918,9919 

Campus at Williams from Memorial 
chapel. 

Nantucket, old mill. 

(H 107650, 107651. Mar. 18, 1908; 2 
c. of each Mar. 9, 1908. 1 

SoTTRADER (WILLIAM) & DENNIS (HAB- 

ry), Three Oaks. Mich. [9920 

Coney Island in the - sum- 

mer time. <11 10S397, I >S.) 



Schwab & Wolf, New York, X. Y. 

[9921-9927 

College widow. (G 18384, Mar. 28. 
1908.) 

Companions. (G 18457, Apr. 7, 
1908. ) 

Ice yachting. (G 18235, Mar. 6, 
1908.) 

Indian maid. (G 18312, Mar. 17, 
1908.) 

Pacific fleet. (G 18456, Apr. 7, 1908.) 

Kussell (Lillian) (G 18336, Mar. 
28, 1908.) 

Winners (The) (G 18385, Mar. 28, 
L908.) 

Si i i CULTURE SOCIETY, Chicago, 111. 

[9928 
Anderson (Leland Henry) Chicago's 
infant Hercules. (F 63763, Mar. 2. 
1908; 2 C. Teh. 11. 190S.) 

Snattuck (L. E.), New York, N. Y. 

[9929 
Female kangaroo carrying voung. 
i II L07230, Mar. 12. 1908.) 

Shaw (Albert L.), Holcomb, NY is. 

[9930 
Eagle house. I l" 63180, Mar. 2. 1908: 
l c. Mar. 2, 19P8; i c. Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Shaw (William T.), Pullman, Wash. 

[9931,9932 

Denny pheasant chicks. 

Hybrid, China pheasant, sooty 
grouse. 

i H L07594, 107595, Mar. 10, 1908.) 

sin miax (Maurice T.), Brookline, 
Mac [9933-9938 

And this is what she did to me. (F 
ii loco. Mar. :;<>. 1908.) 

Dear— T.ifo is short. (F 63546, Mar. 
1 !. 1908.) 

is that so. i F 63545, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Lesson all lives leach. (F G4235, 
Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Nobody ever rocks me to sleep. (F 
63718, Mar. 21, 1908.) 

She loves me, she loves me not. i F 
63717, Mar. 21, 1908.) 

Shebman (C. A.), Chicago, 111. [9939 
Angel chorus memorial. (F 03105. 
Feb. 14, 190S; 2 c. Mar. 21, 1908.) 

Shultz (Lewis Albert). Wilkins- 
burg, Pa. [9940, 9941 

Shulsie and Spousie. 1, Ba» 

halls. 2. Out on second. (F 63431. 
G3432, Mar. 9, 1908.) 

Si i merer (D.) bros., New York, N. Y. 

12, 9943 

Polo grounds. (F 64430, Apr. 9. 
190S.) 

Soul kiss, or Bliss. (F 64431, Apr. 
9, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 2. 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 
bos. 14-18, Apr., 1908 



159 



Bimpson (Alfred L.), New York, 
N. Y. [9944-9951 

Beautiful name. (il 10808], Mar. 
30, 1908.) 

Coming through the rye. (H 107350, 
Mar. 13, 1908.) 

Darling, darling. (H 108082, Mar. 
30, 1908.) 

Darling I love you. (H 108083, 
Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Harvesting. (II 107351, Mar. 13. 
1008.) 

Music so sweet. (II 108084, Mar. 
30. 1908.) 

Ray of sunshine. (H 107352, Mar. 
13, 1908.) 

Weary hours. (11 107353, Mar. 13, 
1908.) 

Sloan (J. V.) & co., New York, N. Y. 

[9952-9955 

Babe in the house. (G 18465, Apr. 

S 1908 ) 

' Make hay. (G 18464, Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Stitch in time. (G 18466, Apr. 8, 

1908. ) 

There's many a slip. (G 18467, Apr. 
8, 1908.) 

Smith (Mrs. Dorothy M.)> Seattle, 

Wash. [9956 

Whole Damn family on the hog. (F 

64234, Feb. 11, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1908.) 

Smith (Elm a M.), Boston, Mass. 

[9957 
Francis (Rev. Jas. A.) (II 107893, 
Mar. 24, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 17, 190S.) 

Smith (Erwin E.), Boston. Mass. 

[0958-9961 

Bronc gets ugly. (H 108517, Apr. S, 
1908.) 

Buster thrown. (H 108520, Apr. 8, 
1908.) 

Cutting out from the herd. (H 
108518, Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Heavily thrown. (H 108519, Apr. 8, 
1908. ) 

Smith (Herman E.), Indianapolis, 
Ind. [9962 

Ready for a catch. (F 63582, Mar. 
16, 1908.) 

Smith (J. K. ) , Milton, Vt. [9963-9965 
E. Georgia. Vt., two bridges. (H 

108651. Apr. 10, 1908.) 

Fairfax, Vt., Bellows free academy. 

(H 108164, Apr. 2, 1908.) 
Westford, Vt., Woodpecker ridse. 

(H 108165, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

Smith (Samuel B.), Auburn, Maine. 

[9966 
Desolation. (H 107674. Mar. 19, 
1908.) 



Smith CW. F.), Brookline, Mass. 

[9967-9970 

Rohe (Miss Margaret), A, B. (H 
108528, 108529, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Stan! (Miss Rose), A, B. (H 108531, 
108532, Apr. 9, 1908.) 

2 c. of each Apr. 3, 190S. 

Smyser (Geo. H.), New York, N. Y. 

[9971 
Lincoln family in 1861. (H 108124, 
Apr. 1, 1908.) 

Snow (Chas. F.), San Francisco, Cal. 

[9972 
Connecticut, Fighting Bob's flagship. 
! (H 107793. Mar. 23, 1908.) 

| Solledeb (Geo.), Darby, Mont. [9973 
Blacktail deer. (H 107679, Mar. 19. 

1908.) 

Somers (Martin A.), Long Island, 
X. Y. [9974 

In the welfare of a live student. 

(F 64407, Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Southwick (A. Q.I. New York, X. Y. 

[9975-9986 
Dear hubby series [1-6], Dear wifev 
series [1-6] (G 18313-18324, Mar. 17, 
I'm is: 2 c. of earl. Feb. 29, 190S.) 

Spooner & Wells, inc., New York. 

N. Y. [9987 

New York harbor. iH 107734. Mar. 
21. 1908.) 

Sfringeb (Habry R.K Denver. Colo. 

[9988 
Picking up. I F 63706, Mar. 19,1908 : 
2 c. Feb. 26. 1908.) 

Staley (Chas. M.), Fairfield. 111. 

[9989-9994 

Bryan (Win. Jennings). (F 63478, 
Mar. 12, 190S.) 

Cannon (Speaker). (F 63475. Mar. 
12. 1908.) 

Hughes (Gov.). (F 63476, Mar. 12. 
1908.) 

Johnson (Gov.). (F 63477. Mar. 
12. 1908.) 

Roosevelt (Theodore). (F 63474. 
Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Taft (Win. Hi. (F 63473. Mar. 12, 
1908.) 

2 c. of each Mar. 28, 1908. 

Stanyan (C. P.). Hermiston, Oregon. 

[9995-9998 

First through train from Pasco. (H 
108129. Apr. 1. 1908.) 

First water in the reservoir. (H 
108403, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

First wreck. (H 107760, Mar. 23, 
1908.) 

Inlet chute. Umatilla project. (H 
108402, Apr. 6, 190S.) 



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Steecins (Nathaniel L.), Somerville, 

Mass. [9999-10004 

Birmingham (U. S. S.) 18505-18508, 

18511, 18513. (H 107555-107560, Mar. 

16, 1908; 2 c. of each Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Stephenson (R. L.), Lockport, 111. 

[10005 
Joliet fire, looking east. (H 108515, 
Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Stereo-travel co., Corona, L. I., N. Y. 
[10006-10807 

Acre, besieged by Napoleon, Pales- 
tine. (H 107261, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Aero-Corinth, Greece, gateway to 
fortifications. (H 108667, Apr. 10, 
1908: 2 c. Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Aegina, Greece [1, 21. (H 108668, 
108669, Apr. 10, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
14, 1908.) 

Alexandria, Egypt. [1-3]. (H 
108670-1 08G72, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 
14, 1908.) 

Alhambra, Spain. H-IO]. (H 
108673-108691, Apr. 10, 190S: 2 c. of 
earn Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Alps (French), ri-71. (II 10S692- 
108698, Apr. 10, 1908: 2 c. of each Apr. 
14, 1908.) 

Amalfi, Italy, on the blue Mediter- 
ranean. (H 107426, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Amiens, France, front view of cathe- 
dral. (II 108099, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. 
Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Anathoth, homo of Jeremiah, Pales- 
tine. (H 107262, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Appian way, Italy [1, 2]. (H 
107427, 107428, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Aries, France. [1-71. (H 108700- 
108706, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of each Apr. 
14, 1908.) 

Ashdod, Palestine, drawing wheat 
from cistern. (H 107203, Mar. 12, 
1908.) 

Askalon, Palestine, general view. 
(H 107264, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Assouan, Egypt. [1-71. (H 108707- 
108713, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 14, 
1908.) 

Athens, Greece [1-39]. (H 108714- 
108750, 108752, 108753, Apr. 10, 1908; 
2 c. of each Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Avignon, France. [1-4]. (H 
108754-108757, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 14, 190SA 

Baalbek, Syria. [1-4]. (H 107250- 
107253, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Berne, Switzerland. ri-10]. (H 
108760-108769, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Bethany, Palestine, home of Mary, 
Martha and Lazarus. (H 107269, Mar. 
12, 1908.) 

Bethlehem, Palestine. [1-3]. (H 
107265-107267, Mar. 12, 1908.) 



[1-3]. 
1908; 2 



Stereo-travel co. — Continued. 

Bethshemish, Palestine, from Jaffa 
road. (II 107268, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Brighton, England. [1, 2]. (H 
108758, 108759, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Cairo, Egypt. [1-19]. (H 108770- 
108774, 108770-108789, Apr. 10. 1908; 
2 c. Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Cana of Galilee, Palestine (In). (H 
107270, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Canterbury. England, St. Martin's 
church. (H 108804, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. 
Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Capernaum of Galilee, Palestine, 
site of. (H 107271, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Certosa, Italy, Facade of church. 
(II 107420, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Chester, England. [1-3]. (H 
L08790 108792, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 14. 1908.) 

Oomo, Italy. [1, 21. 
107431. Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Conway, Wales. [1, 2], 
10S808. Apr. 10. 1908; 2 
Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Cordova, Spain. [1-8]. 
108S00, Apr. 10, 1 
Apr. 14, ions, i 

Corfu, Greece. 
108811, Apr. 10, 
Apr. 14. 190S.) 

Corinth (Old) Greece 
108801-108803. Apr. 10, 1908 
each Apr. 14, 190S.) 

Corinth, Greece. [1,21. (H 108805- 
10S806, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of each 
Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Damascus, Syria. [1-7]. (H 
107254-107260, Mar. 12, 190$ 

Delphi. (Jreeee. [1-61. HI 108 
108817, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of each 
Apr. 14. 190S.) 

Do we tourists appreciate Swiss in- 
dustry. (H 108818, Apr. 10, 1908 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Edfu, Upper Egypt. [1-91. (H 
108819-108827, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. Apr, 
14. IPos. i 

Edinburgh, Scotland. [1-41. (H 
108828-108831, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Egypt. [1-35]. (H 108832-108866, 
Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Eleusis, Greece. [1-71. (H 108867- 
108873, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of each Apr. 
14, 1908.) 

Emmaus, Palestine, near Jerusalem. 
(H 107272, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

England. [1-5]. (H 108874-108^78, 
Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of each Apr. 14, 
1908.) 

Florence, Italy. [1-8]. (11 107432- 
107439, Mar. 14, 1908.) 



(II 107430, 

(II 108807, 
c. of each 

(H 108793- 
c. of each 

(H 108809- 
c. of each 

[1-3]. (H 
2 c. of 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 

DOB. 14-18, Apr., 1908 



161 



Stebeo-tbavel co. — Continued. 

Fontainebleau, France. [1-10]. (H 
3 OSS 79-108888, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 14, 1908.) 

France, old bridge and Rhone river. 
(H 108889, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 
14, 1908.) 

Gaza, Palestine, from the west. (H 
107273, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Genoa, Corrido Campo Santo. (H 
107440, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Girgenti, Sicily. [1-9]. (H 108890- 
108898, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 14, 
1908. ) 

Glasgow, Scotland. [1-4]. (H 108899- 
108902. Apr. 10, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
14. UK'S, i 

Granda, Spain. [1-7] (H 108903- 
108909. Apr. 10, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
14, 1908.) 

Grasmere, England. [1-3] (II 
108910-108912, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Greece. [1-8] (H 108913-108920, 
Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of each Apr. 14, 
1908.) 

Hastings, England. [1-3] (H 
108921-108923, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Hebron, Palestine. [1-6] (H 
107274-107279, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Interlaken. Switzerland. [1, 2] (H 
108924, 10S925, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 14. 1908.) 

Isle of Wight, England. [1-4] (H 
108926-108929, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Italy. [1-6] (H 107441-107446, 
Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Jaffa, Palestine. [1-5] (H 107280- 
1072S4, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Jericho. Palestine, Elisha's pool. 
(H 107305. Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Jerusalem. Palestine [1-20] (H 
107285-107304, Mar. 12, 1008.) 

Judea, Palestine, Ramah of Samuel. 
(H 107306. Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Lake Conio. Italy, [1, 2] (H 107447. 
107448. Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland [1-4] 
(H 10S930-108933, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. 
of each Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Lincoln, England, Lincoln cathedral. 
(H 108934, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 14, 
1908.) 

London. England [1-31] (H 108935- 
108965, Apr. 10, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
14, 1908.) 

Lucerne, Switzerland [1-12] (H 
108966-108977, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Madrid, Spain [1-17] (H 108978- 
10S994, Apr. 10, 1908 : 2 c. of each Apr. 
14, 1908.) 

Magdala of Galilee, Palestine. (H 
107307, Mar. 12, 1908.) 



Stebeo-tbavel co. — Continued. 

Malaga, Spain [1-0] (H 108995- 
L09000, Apr. 10. 1908; '1 c. of each Apr. 
14, 1908.) 

Marseilles, France. [1, 2.] (H 
101)001, 109002, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. 
of each Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Memphis, Egypt. [1-2]. (H 109003, 
109004, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 14, 
1908.) 

Messina, Sicily. [1-4]. (H 109005, 
109008, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 14. 
1908.) 

Milan, Italy. [1-3]. (H 107449- 
T»Ti51, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Monaco, France. [1, 2.] (H 109009, 
109010, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of each 
Apr. 14. L9 

Monreale, Sicily. [1-4.] (H 109011- 
109014, Apr. 1«. 1908; 2 c. Apr. 14, 
1908.) 

Monte Carlo, France. [1-3.] (H 
109015-109017, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Montreux, Switzerland. [1-3.] (H 
109018-109020, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Mycenae, Greece. [1-4.] (H 109021- 
10!H>24. Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of each Apr. 
14. 190S.) 

Nablus, Palestine. [1,2.] (H10730S. 
107309, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Naples, Italy. [1-8.] (H 107452- 

107459. Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Nauplia, Greece. [1-3] (H 109025- 
109027, Apr. 10, 190S ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
14, 190S.) 

Nazareth, Palestine. [1-3]. (H 
107310-107312. Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Nice, France. [1-3]. (H 109028- 
109030, Apr. 10. 1908 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
14. 1908.) 

Nimes, France. [1-9]. (H 109031- 
109039. Apr. 10, 190S : 2 c. of each Apr. 
14, 1908.) 

Olympia. Greece. [1-8] (H 109040- 
109047. Apr. 10, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
14, 190S.) 

Paestum, Italy, Greek temple. (H 

107460, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Palermo, Sicily. [1-23]. (H 1090S5- 
109107, Apr. 10, 1908: 2 c. Apr. 14, 
1908.) 

Palestine. [1-19]. (H 107313- 
107318, 107320-107332, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Jacob's well. (H 107319, Mar. 

12, 1908; 1 c. Mar. 12, 1908; 1 c. Mar. 
24, 190S.) 

Paris, France. [1-37] (H 10904S- 
1090S4, Apr. 10, 190S ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
14, 1908.) 

Patras, Greece. [1-3] (H 109108- 
109110, Apr. 10, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
14, 1908.) 



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Stereo-travel co.— Continued. 

Pa via, Italy, old bridge. (H 107461, 
Mar. 14, IOCS.) 

Pisa, Italy [1, 2]. (H 107462, 
107463, Mar. 14, 190S.) 

Pompeii, Italy, [1, 2]. (H 107464, 
107465, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Port Said, Egypt, ri-3]. (H 109111- 
109113, Apr. 10. 1908: 2 e. Apr. 14, 
1908.) 

Rome, Italy [1-^2]. (II 1073S3- 
107412, 107414-107425, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Samaria, Palestine, Herod's columns. 
(H 107333, Mar. 12, 1908; 2 C. Mar. 
24, 1908.) 

Sanur, Palestine, a City se1 <>n a hill. 
(H 107334. Mar. 12. 1908.) 

Scotland [1-5]. (II 1091 1 I L09118, 
Apr. 10. 1908; 2 c. of cadi Apr. 1 I. 
1908.) 

Segesta, Sicily. [1-6]. (H 109119- 
109124, Apr. lo. 1908; 2 c. Apr. I 1. 
1*908.) 

Segovia, Spain. [1-5]. (H 109125 - 
109129, Apr. L0, 1908; 2 c. of each 
Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Seville, Spain. [1-18]. (II 109130- 
109147, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 C. of each Apr. 
14, 1908.) 

Shiloh, Palestine. |1, 2]. HI 1<>7: > .:;:.. 
107336. Mar. 12. 1908.) 

Sicily. [1-13]. II 10914s 109160, 
Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 1 t. 1908.) 

Southampton. England. [1-3]. (H 
109161-109163, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Spain. [1-4]. (II 109101 -109167, 
Apr. 10, 1908: 2 e. of each Apr. 14, 
1908.) 

Stratford-on-Avon, England. [1. 2]. 
(H 109168, 109169, Apr. 10. 1908; 2 C. 
of each Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Switzerland. [1-461. (II 109170- 
109215. Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. of each Apr. 
14. 1908.) 

Syracuse, Sicily. [1-241. (H 109216- 
109239. Apr. 10. 190S : 2 c. Apr. 14. 
1908.) 

Taormina, Sicily. [1-171. (H 109240- 
109256, Apr. 10. 1908: 2 c. Apr. 14, 
1908 ) 

"Thebes, Egypt. [1-91. (H 109260- 
109268, Apr. 10. 1908: 2 c. Apr. 14. 
1908.) 

Thun. Switzerland. [1-3] (II 
109257-109259, Apr. 10. 190S ; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Toledo, Spain. [1-8] (H 109269- 
109276. Apr. 10. 190S; 2 c. of each Apr. 
14. 1908.) 

Tyrins, Greece. [1, 2] (H 109277, 
109278. Apr. 10. 1908: 2 c. of each Apr. 
14. 1008.) 

Venice, Italy. [1-61 (H 107466- 
107471, Mar. 14, 1908.) 



Stereo-travel co. — Continued. 

Verona, Italy, St. Peter's bridge and 
castle. (II 107472, Mar. 14. 100s. , 

Versailles, France. [1-6] (H 
If (9279-1 09284, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 
14. 1908. i 

Vesuvius. Italy. [1-3] (H 107473- 
107475. Mai". 14, 1908.) 

Wales. 1 1-0 J. m 100285-109290, 
Apr. 10. 1908; 2 c. of each Apr. 14, 
1908.) 

York. England, York cathedral. <H 
109291, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. Apr. It, 
1908.) 

Zarah, Palestine, distant view of 
from Jaffa road. (H 1073:;7, Mar. 12, 
1908.) 

Stetson press, inc., Boston, Mass. 

[10808 10813 

Poker pictures, i o. if o:;p>7- 

• ;:;472. Mai-. n\ L908; 2 c. of each Mar. 

2. 1908.) 

Stewart < Mat bice), Oakland, Gal. 

[10814 
Sheriff (The). (II 107186, Mar. 11, 

100S.) 

Stone (('has. J.) co. f Chicago, 111. 

[10815, 10816 
Sartorial world engravings. Mai - ., 
L908. Supplements A. B. I F 64061, 
64062, Mar. 30, L908.) 

Strauss (.1. C), St. Louis, Mo. 

[10817-10821 
Jones, is. G.) a. (H 108360, Apr. 

3, 1908.) 

B. HI 109321, Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Morsey (Wm. L.) (H 107737, Mar. 
21, loos; -2 c. Mar. 24, 1908.) 

Rannells (Judge E.) (II 107738, 
Mar. 21. 1008; 2 c. Mar. 24, 1908. . 

Walbridge (C. P.) (II 107980, Mar. 
28, L908; 2 c. Apr. .",. 1908.) 

Strobridoe LITHOGRAPHING CO., «'inein- 
nati, Ohio. [10822 10862 

Posters. 1008-C-70, liios R 41. (G 

18073, 18077. Feb. 3, 190S; 2 e. of each 
Mai-. 0. 1908.) 

N. Y. 12087, 1908-C-63, I 

C-79, 1908-C-94. (G 1800s. 18072, 

18074. 18076, Feb. 3. 1908; 2 c. of each 
Mar. 19, 10<>s. , 

Codv (Col.) on horse. I sheet. 

1908-O-8S. (G 18071, Feb. :\. 1908; 
2 c. Mar. 23. 190S.) 

1908-C-27. (G 1S067, Feb. 3, 

190S; 2 c. Apr. 6, 1908. , 

190S-C-58. 190S-C-83, 1908-0- 

98. (G 18113, 18115, 18117, Feb. 10, 
1908; 2 c. of each Mar. 9, 1908.) 

1908-C-72. (G 18114, Feb. 10, 

1908.) 



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163 



Stbobbidge lithographing co. — Cont'd. 
1908-C-84, N. Y. 12697. (G 

18147, 18152, Feb. 17, 1908; 2 c. of 
eacli Mar. 9, 1908.) 

1908-C-47, 190S-C-71, 1908-C- 

9C. (G 18150, 18153, 3S154. Feb. 17, 
1908; 2 c. of each Mar. 1G, 1908.) 

1908-C 57. (G 18151, Feb. 17, 

1908; _! <•. Mar. 30, Tims. > 

N. V. 12695, \. V. 12696. (G 

18148, 18149, Feb. 17, 190S ; 2 c. of 
each Apr. G, 1908.) 

1908-C 26. (G 18183, Feb. 24, 

1908.) 

■1908-R 79. (G 18186, Feb. 24, 
2 c. Mar. 9, 1908.) 
1908-C G4. (G 18188, Feb. 24, 
2 c. Mar. 24, 190S.) 
— 1908-C 105. (G 18184, Feb. 24, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 30, 1908.) 



1908 



1908 



1908-B 21 



1908-C 



(G 



18192, 1S187, Feb. 24, 190S ; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 6, 1908.) 

1908-R 42. (G 18231, Mar. 5, 

1008; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1908.) 

N. Y. 1269S. (G 18228, Mar. 5, 

1908; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1908.) 

1908-C 76, 1908-C 77. (G 

1S226, 1S230, Mar. 5, 1908; 2 c. of each 
Mar. 30, 1908.) 

1908-C 65, 1908-C 78, 1908-C 97. 

(G 18232, 18229, 18227. Mar. 5, 1908; 
2 c of each April. 6, 1908.) 

N. Y. 12703. N. Y. 12704. (G 

18290, 18291, Mar. 13. 190S : 2 c. of 
each Mar. 16, 1908.) 

N. Y. 12705. (G 18288, Mar. 

13, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 23, 1908.) 

1908-C 59. (G 18287, Mar. 13, 

1908; 2 c. Apr. 6. 1908.) 

N. Y. 1270G. (G 1S2S9, Mar. 

13, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 30. 190S.) 

1908-C-68, 190S-C-89, 1908-C- 

90. (G 18399, 1S400, 18393, Mar. 30, 
1908; 2 c. of each Apr. 6, 190S.) 

Sutcliffe (Samuel), San Diego, Cal. 

[10863 
San Dieso, Cal.. Bennington monu- 
ment. (H 107637, Mar. 17, 1908.) 

Tammen (H. H.). Denver, Colo. 

[10864-10878 

[15 colored prints] 236, 975-980. 
3410-3417. (F 63777-G3791, Mar. 7, 
1908.) 

Tammen (H. H.) curio co., Denver, 
Colo. [10S79-10S87 

[Colored prints] 962, 963, 965-967, 
969, 971-973. (F 63356-63364, Nov. 5, 
1907; 1 c. of each Nov. 4, 1907; 1 c. of 
each Feb. 4, 190S.) 

Tangen (Ed.), Boulder. Colo. [10S8S 
Making a perilous leap on the tower- 
ing cliffs above Boulder. Colorado. 
567. (H 109331, Apr. 13, 1908.) 



Tabbell (John II. i. Boston, Mass. 

[10SS9-10891 

Lang (Anton I and his son. (H 
108645, Apr. 9, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 10, 
1908.) 

Portrait of a cat; (H 108644, Apr. 
9, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 10, 1908.J 

Rome, at the fountain. (H 107739, 
Mar. 21, 1908.) 

Taylor i'YVm. H.), Helena, Mont. 

[10892-10894 
Equa 1 ity. ( H 107703, Mar. 20, 1908. ) 
Liberty. fll 107702, Mar. 20, 1908.) 
Teddy. <H 107701. Mar. 20. 1908.) 

Taylor & Carpenter, Ithaca, N. Y. 

[10899 
Supplication. .H 107216, Mar. 12, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 4. 1908.) 

Taylor art co.. Philadelphia. Pa. 
[10S96-1 

Day we celebrate. (F 64164, Mar. 
SO, 1908.) 

Liberty belle. (P 64162, Mar. 30, 
1908.) 

Onward and onward. (F 6416:;, 
Mar. 30, 19 

Spirit of '7C. ( F 64161, Mar. 3c. 
1908.) 

2 c. of each Mar. 21, 1908. 

Teddy post card co., 1 >es Moines, 
Iowa. [10900, 10901 

Hurrah for Bryan our next presi- 
dent. (F 03716. Mar. 21, 1908.) 

Who do we want for president. (F 
63764, Mar. 21. 190S: 2 c. Mar. 10. 
1908.) 

Tennant ( H. F.i. East Hampton. 

Conn. [10902-10906 

East Hampton. Conn. [1-5] (H 

[04853-104857; 1 c. of each Jan. 4, 

1908 ; 1 c. of each Apr. 9, 1908. 1 

Tennent < H. W.), Georgetown. Mass. 
" [10907-10909 

Lawrence. Mass.. letter carriers. 
(II 107177, Mar. 10. 190S.) 

Post-office. (H 107179. Mar. 10, 

1908.) 

Lowell, Mass. Letter carriers. (H 
107178, Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Thomas & co., Findlay. Ohio. [10910 
Suggestive design to mark the site 
of old Fort Fiudlav. (F 63390, Mar. 9, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 19, 190S.) 

Thompson ( William), New Hyde 
Park, L. I., New York. [10911 

Annual banquet of class 10, Prince 
of Peace chapel Sunday school, Phila- 
delphia. Pa. (H 10S11S, Mar. 31, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 26, 190S.) 



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Throssel (Rich arp . Crow Agency, 

Mont. .' 10912-10915 

Little iron. 585! H 98746, Aug. 

24, 1907.) 

Old timers. 6900. I H 102981, Nov. 

25, 1907.) 

Sweat Teepee. 6888. <H 102974 
Nov. 25, 1907.1 

Two Leggins. Chief. 0852. (H 
98256, Aug. 16, 1907/ 

2 c. of each Jan. 6. 1908. 

Todd (G. H.), Belfast. N. Y. 

[10910. 1091 7 

Belfast, N. 1".. construction of the 
Genesee river railroad bridge. (H 
107618, Mar. 10. 1908: 2 c. Mar. 2, 
1908.) 

Genesee River railroad bridge. (H 
109324, Apr. 13, 1908. 

Tolman (Frfi rockton, Mass. 

[10018 

Fascination. '97. Apr. 3, 

1908.) 

Tooth (Arthur' k sons. New York, 
N. Y. [10919-10923 

Baffled: by Herbert Dieksee. (F 
63575, Mar. 16 

By the lochside : by Peter Graham. 
(F 64155, Apr. 2. 190§ 

Caracalla and Geta; by Sir Alma- 
Tadema. (F 08576. Mar. 10. 1908.) 

Mare (La) aux canards. Etching 
by Camille Fence. (F 6415G. Apr. 2, 
1908. ) 

Vase (Le) anx amours. Etching by 
Camille Fonce. I F 64154, Apr. 2. 1908.') 

Townsknd Mi - . Belfast. Me. 

924-10925 

Hiramdale falls. 
Saturday cove. 
(H 10S044. 108045. Mar. 28, 1908. 1 

Tribune co.. Chicago 111. [ 10920-10941 
Danny dreamer F 63400, Mar. 9, 
1908.) 

(F 0300C Mar. 16. 1908. . 

(F 04067. Mar. 30. 1908. ) 

(F 04344. Mar. 24. 19< 

(F 64370. A 

Lone traveler. F 04368. Apr. 7, 

1908.) 
Lundstrom, (Miss Jane), the most 

beautiful woman in Sweden. (F 

63447, Mar. 2. 1908 : 2 c. Feb. 24, 1908.) 
Mamma's angel child. (F 63601, 

Mar. 16. 1908.) 

(F 63846. Mar. 24. 1908.) 

(F 64066. Mar. 30, 1908.) 

(F 64367. Apr. 7. 1908. I 

Mrs. Dinele's diarv. {F 63599, Mar. 

16, 1908.) 

(F 6384^ 



Tribune co. — Continued. 

Old Opie Dilldock. (F 63598, Mar. 

16, 1908.) 

(F 63847, Mar. 24. 190S.) 

(F 04065. Mar. 30, 1908.) 

(F 64369, Apr. 7. 1908.) 

Tribune pub. co., Dillon, Mont. [10942 
Residence of Montana's first gov- 
ernor, Bannock, 1863. (H 107957, 
Mar. 27, 1908.) 

Troyer (Roderic Arthur), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. [10943 
San Francisco, Cal., Church of the 
Advent. (H 107068, Mar. 7, 1908: 
2 c. Mar, 24. 1908.) 

Turnbull (Ralph Frank), Brooklyn. 
N. Y. [10944 

New York, N. Y., Broadway sky- 
scrapers. Singer buildimr. (H 108132, 
Apr. 1, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1908.) 

Underwood & Underwood. New York. 

X. Y. [10945-11100 

Stereoscopic photographs. U 52658, 

U 1 12585. (H 107140, 107141. Mar. 10. 

U 112668, U 112672. (H 107- 

L88, 107189, Mar. 11, 1908.) 
U 112682, U 112738, U 112 

(H 107220-1 0722^. Mar. 12. 1908; 2 c. 
of each Mar. 1.°,. 1908. » 

U 48182, U 48239, 1' 48247. D 

74700. U !»M»:>4. (H 107345-K'- 
107344, Mar. 13, 1908.) 

TJ 103009. U 109046. (H 107477. 

107478. Mar. 14, 1908.) 

27355, U 34091. U 3464S, V 

45003, U 40417. D 70O5r.. U 72994. U 
7IU22. 1 73462, U 73540, U 7:;<;2". r 
S3772. U 98693, U 99452. (H 107580- 
107593, Mar. 10. 1908.) 

U 36277. U 78056, U S6056, 

U 90395. O 107412. (H 107623-107627. 
Mar. 17, 1908.) 

U 112578, U 112579, U 112704. 

U 112704-2. U 112712. U 112712-2. 
(H 107712-107717, Mar. 20. 1908.) 

U 38965, U 72163. U 1126S6. 

U 112720, U 112724. U 112750. (H 
107796-107801. Mar. 23. 1908.) 

U 34622. U 67877, U 69750. 

U 7S105, U S94SS. U 91828, U 97650. 
U 103497, U 103943, U 104246, U 104425. 
U 104426, U 112150. U 112151. U 
112403, U 112440. U 112735, U 100971. 
(H 107870-107887, Mar. 24. 190S.) 

U S6773, U 86844. D S6853, 

U 95390. iH 107901-107904, Mar 
1908: 2 c. of each Mar. 26, I! 

U 112580. (K 107905. Mar. 25. 

1908.) 



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ENGRAVINGS, CUTS. 
1908 



AND PRINTS 



165 



Underwood & Underwood — Continued. 

U 33635, U 33739, U 34093, 

U 75983, U 89744. (H 107931-107935, 
Mar. 26, 1908; 2 c. of each Mar. 27, 
1908.) 

U 27965, U 28182, U 28970, 

U 29206, U 37650, U 47735, U 57457, 
U 91250. (H 107960-107967, Mar. 27, 
1908.) 

U 34621, U 46602, U 48661, 

U 69480, U 83551, U 89459, U 89960, 
U 89963, U 90023, U 90054, U 90089, 
U 90111, U 104608, U 106689, U 106776, 
U 106940, U 112730. ( H 108059-108075, 
Mar. 30, 1908.) 

U 93938, U 99400, U 106786, 

U 106894, U 106963, U 106994, U 
112442, U 112461, U 112650-U 112652, 
U 112655, U 112657-U 112661, U 
112681, U 112684, U 112687, U 112688, 
U 112690, U 112692, U 112910-TJ 
112912, U 112914. (H 108245-108271, 
Apr. 2, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 3, 1908. ) 

U 96011, U 102332, U 112895. 

(H 108359, 108358, 108357, Apr. 3, 
1908; 2 c. of each Apr. 4, 1908.) 

U 27501, U 27813, U 60246, U 

98233, U 107014, U 112897, U 112898, 
U 112925. (H 108479-108486, Apr. 7, 
1908. ) 

U 91167, U 96778, TJ 112929. 

(H 108510-108512, Apr. 8, 1908.) 

U 31445, U 36251, U 36678, U 

84528, U 85323, U 96922, U 103436. 
(H 108652-108658, Apr. 10, 1908; 2 c. 
of each Apr. 11, 1908.) 

U 44816, U 52865, U 72635, U 

84595, U 89642, U 105585, U 106S78, 
IT 106886, U 107034, U 106649. (H 
109332-109341, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

United States lithograph co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. [11101-11148 

Posters. 11140. (G 18222, Mar. 5, 
1908.) 

11171, 11192-11197, 11206, 

11207, 11254, 11255, 11260, 11262, 
11285. (G 1S2G3-18276, Mar. 13, 1908.) 

11120, 11202, 11204, 11224, 

11243-11246, 112S6. (G 18344-18352, 
Mar. 21, 1908.) 

11252, 11256, 11261, 11269, 11270, 

11294, 11297, 11298. G 18369-18375, 
18377, Mar. 25, 1908.) 

— 11208, 11235, 11263, 11282, 11295. 
(G 18388-18392, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

11242, 11247-11250, 11296, 11307. 

(G 18421-18427, Apr. 3, 1908.) 

11301, 11302, 11323. (G 18441- 

18443, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

11322. ( G 18506, Apr. 18, 1908. ) 

Vashon island printing co., Vashon, 
Mo. [11149 

Seattle's plenty good enough for me. 
(F 64556, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

39179—08 3 



Vitagraph company of America, New 
York, N. Y. 111150-11164 

After midnight. (H 108126, Apr. 1, 
1908.) 

Airship (The). (H 108161, Apr. 2, 
1908.) 

Case of spirits. (H 107530, Mar. 16, 
1908.) 

DanciuL- legs. (H 108127, Apr. 1, 
1908.) 

Dora, a rustic idyll. (H 108128, 
Apr. 1. 1 90S.) 

Drummers day off. (H 108472, Apr. 
7, 190S.) 

Fresh air fiend. (H 107926, Mar. 
26, 1908.) 

Indian bitters. (PI 107927, Mar. 26, 
1908.) 

Jealousy. (H 108125, Apr. 1, 1908.) 

Macbeth. Shakespeare's sublime 
tragedy. (H 108162, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

Mexican love story. (H 107529, Mar. 
16, 1908.) 

Troubles of a flirt. (H 107707, Mar. 
20, 1908. 

True hearts are more than coronets. 
(108160, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

Who needed the dough. (H 107708, 
Mar. 20. 190S.) 

Wife's devotion. (H 108471, Apr. 7, 
1908.) 

Walker (Nellie V.), Chicago, 111. 

[11165 
Her son. (H 107534. Mar. 16, 1908 ; 
2 c. Mar. 7, 1908. ) 

Wallace (Louis Davenport), Chicago, 

111. [11166 

Wesley (Rev. John). M. A., bust. 

(F 64378. Apr. 4, 1908; 1 c. Mar. 30, 

1908; 1 c. Apr. 4, 1908.) 

Walz (.Edward A.) & co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [11167 
Holland morning. (H 107925, Mar. 
26, 190S. I 

Wanamaker (John). Philadelphia, Pa. 
[11168-11194 

Philadelphia, Pa. [1-25]. (F 64379- 
64385, 64387-64400. 64402-64404, 64406, 
Apr. 8, 1908. ) 

[261. (F 64401, Apr. 8, 1908; 

2 c. Apr. 1. 1908. ) 

Valley Forge. Washington's head- 
quarters. (F 64405, Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Warwick (W. G.), Bellingham, W T ash. 
[11195-11197 
Douglas fir [1-^3]. (H 107531- 
107533, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Wasson (C. L.), Decatur, 111. [11198 
Sunday (Evangelist Billy) and fam- 
ily. (H 107596, Mar. 16, 1908.) 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Waterman (0. E.), Chicago, 111. 

[11199-11203 

Battleships in line. (H 109292, Apr. 
10,1908.) 

California (U. S. S.) 

Tennessee (U. S. S.) 

ships company. 

Washington (U. S. S.) 

(H 108107-108110, Mar. 30, 1908; 
2 c. of each Mar. 31, 1908.) 

Waterman (O. W.), Hampton, Ya. 

[11204 
Evans' (Admiral) fleet. (H 108487, 
Apr. 7, 1908.) 

Watkins (J. T.), Minden, La. [11205 
What is to come. (F 63959, Mar. 
27, 1908.) 

Watkins (Leonard A.), Denver, 

Colo. [11206-11214 

Beauty. (F 64253, Apr. 6, 1908. 1 

Bit family. (F 64252, Apr. 0, 1908.) 

Four best sellers. (F 0444S. Apr. 

9, 1908.) 

Left at the post. (F 64449. Apr. 9, 

1908.) 

Lion tamer. ( F 64450, Apr. 9, 1908. ) 
Orator. (F 64451, Apr. 9, 1908.) 
Original water wagon. (F 64254, 

Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Thoroughbreds, i F 64462, Apr. 9, 

1908.) 

Ticklish. (F 64453, Apr. 9. 1908.) 

Weisgerber (Chas. H.). Washington, 
D. C. [11215 

Francis Scott Key memorial asso- 
ciation. Certificate. * (F 64376, Apr. 8, 
1908.) 

Wells (William H.>, Columbus, 
Ohio. [11216 

Taft (Wm. H.) (H 107215, Mar. 
12, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 29, 1908.) 

West (Frederick M.), Corydon, Iowa. 

[11217 
Ocobock bank. (H 109329, Apr. 13, 
1908.) 

Westerhouse (Henry C>, New York, 
N. Y. [11218-11250 

Garland series. A 1-6. (F 61677- 
61682, Jan. 14, 1908 : 1 c. of ench Dec. 
31, 1907; 1 c. of each Mar. 30, 1908.) 

A 7. (F 63586, Mar. 11, 1908; 

1 c. Mar. 11, 1908; 1 c. Mar. 30, 1908.) 

A 8. (F 63587, Mar. 11, 1908; 

1 c. Mar. 16, 1908; 1 c. Mar. 30, 1908.) 

A 9-A 12. (F 63588-63591, 

Mar. 11, 1908; 1 c. of each Mar. 11, 
1908; 1 c. of each Mar. 30, 1908.) 

A 13-A 18. (F 64295-64300, 

Apr. 6, 1908.) 



Westerhouse ( Henry C. ) — Continued. 

A 19-A 24. (F 63592-63597, 

Mar. 11, 1908; 1 c. of each Mar. 11, 
1908; 1 c. of each Mar. 30, 1908.) 

A 28-A 30. (F 64301-64303, 

Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Wester velt (Cornelius), Montclair, 
Colo. [11251 

San Juan Capistrano. (H 107527, 
Mar. 16, 1908.) 

White (H. C.) company, North Ben- 
nington, Vt. [11252-11440 

Abydos, Egypt. 1099. (H 107999, 
Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Adriatic (Steamship), New York 
harbor. 84. (H 107554, Mar. 16, 
1908.) 

Alcala, Spain. 10924. (H 108207, 
Apr. 2, 1908.) 

10925. (H 108346, Apr. 3, 

1908; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Algeciras, Spain. The harbor and 
railway terminal, Algeciras, Spain, 
Gibraltar in distance. 10942. (H 
108215, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

Andalusia, Spain. 10932. (H108209, 
Apr. 2, 1908.) 

1(»927. 10941. (H 108348, 108355, 

Apr. 3, 190S.) 

Barcelona, Spain. 10881, 10882, 
10884. (H 108180-10S1S2, Apr. 2, 
1S9S.) 

108S3. (H 10S330, Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Bedouin woman of Palestine churn- 
Ing with a goat-skin. 1441. (H 108171, 
Apr. 2. 1908.) 

Bethlehem, Palestine. 1361, 1365. 
(H 10S2S9, 108290, Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Cadiz, Spain. 10933, 10935. (H 
10S210, 108211, Apr. 2, 190S.) 

10934, 10936. (H 108352, 108353, 

Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Cairo. Egypt. 1016,1108-1111,1113- 
1 1 17. ( H 107996, 108000-108003, 108005- 
108009. Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Calling moose. 6135. (H 108323, 
Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Canton, Ohio. 1035S. (H 108328, 
Apr. 3, 190S.) 

Cordova, Spain. 10904. 10905, 1090S. 
(H 108198-10S200, Apr. 2. 1908.) 

10906, 10907. (H 108335, 108- 

336, Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Egypt. 1112, 1124, 1125. (H 108004, 
108016, 108017, Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Embaheh, Egypt. 1118. (H 108010, 
Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Gizeh, Egypt. 1008, 1119-1123. (H 
107995, 108011-108015, Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Granada, Spain. 10893-1089S, 10900- 
10903. (H 108188-108197, Apr. 2, 
1908.) 

10899. (H 108333, Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Happy childhood. 5266-5268. (H 
108312-108314, Apr. 3, 1908.) 



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167 



White (H. C.) company — Continued. 

Happy days in puppy dom. 5269. (H 
108315, Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Hilarity at the zoo. 6222. (H 108,- 
326, Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Hughes (Governor). 13008. (H 
109313, Apr. 11, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 13, 
1908.) 

Hughes (Hon. Chas. E) 13007. (H 
109312, Apr. 11, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 13, 
1908.) 

Hunting deer. 6136. (H 108324, 
Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Jaunty young sailor. 5221. (H 
108308, Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Jerez, Spain. 10930. (H 108208, 
Apr. 2, 1908.) 

10928, 10929, 10931. (H 108349- 

108351, Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Jerusalem, Palestine. 1318, 1433, 
1444,1447. (H 108167, 10S170, 108172, 
108173, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

1311, 1313, 1324, 1334, 1348, 

1430, 1431, 1434, 1435, 1445, 1446, 1448- 
1450. (H 108284-108288, 108293- 
10S296, 108303-108307, Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Karnack, Egvpt. 1126-112S. (H 
108018-108020, Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Lusitania (S. S.). 82, 83. (H 
107552, 107553, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Luxor, Egypt. 1056, 1129, 1130. 
(H 107997, 108021, 108022, Mar. 28, 
1908.) 

Maiue. 612S-6134. (H 108316- 
108322, Apr. 3, 1907.) 

Malaga, Spain. 10890. (H 10S334, 
Apr. 3, 1908.) 

10891, 10S92. (H 108186, 

108187, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

New York, N. Y. 71, 74-80. (H 
107544-107551, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

73. (H 10S166, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

St. Patrick's cathedral, 29. C. 

(H 109314, Apr. 11, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 13, 
1908.) 

Ohio (Battleship), U. S. navy. 7475. 
(H 10S023. Mar. 28, 1908.) 

On guard. 6221. (H 108325, Apr. 3, 
1908.) 

Palestine. 1378, 1432. (H 10816S, 
108169, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

1376, 1429, 1436, 1437, 1439, 

1440, 1442, 1443. (H 10S291, 108292, 
108297-108302, Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Perilous moment. 5250. (H 108311, 
Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Rhode Island (Battleship), U. S. 
navy. 7479. (H 108024, Mar. 28, 
1908.) 

Ronda, Spain. 10937, 10939, 10940, 
(H 108212-108214, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

10938. (H 108354, Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Seville, Spain. 10909, 10913, 10919, 
10920-10922, 11053, 11055, 11058, 11064, 
11069. (H 10S201-108206, 108216- 
108220, Apr. 2, 1908.) 



White (H. C.) company — Continued. 

10910-10912, 10914-10918. (H 

108337-108344, Apr. 3, 1908. ) 

hull fight. 11051, 11052, 11054, 

11056, 11057, 11059-11063, 11065-11068, 
11070, 11071, 11073, 11074. (H 108025- 
108042, Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Spain. 10885, 10888, 10889. (H 
I 108183-108185, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

10856, 10886, 10887, 10923, 10926, 

! (H 108329, 108331, 10S332. 108345, 
108347, Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Thebes, Egypt, Necropolis,. Colossi 
of Memnon. 1065. (H 107998, Mar. 
' 28, 190S.) 

Toledo, Spain, 10850-10855. <H 
108174-108179, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

Waiting for the bite. 5249. (H 
i 108310, Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Young blue jays. 6283. (H 108327, 
Apr. 3, 190S.) 

Young (The) trainer. 5222. (H 
108309, Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Whitehead & Hoag co., Newark, N. J. 
[11441-11452 

Automobile girl. (F 63723, Mar. 21, 
1908.) 

Between two fires. 

Coast of the Isle of Mer. 

Contemplation. 

Estelle. 

In the lowlands. 

Love's young dream. 

Mildred. 

On the marshes. 

(F 64468-64475, Apr. 10, 1908.) 

Parting glass. (F 64139. Mar. 31, 
1908.) 

Pass in the Pyrenees. (F 64476. 
Apr. 10. 1908.) 

Wreath of holly. (G 1S469, Apr. 8, 
1908.) 

Wineman (Jno. C.) & co.. Washing- 
ton, D. C. [11453 
Safe. (F 63960, Mar. 27. 1908.) 

Witt (H. C), Boston, Mass. 

[11454-11462 

Ever of thee I am fondly dreaming. 
(F 63555, Mar. 14. 190S.) 

How would you like to be my Teddy 
bear. (F 63557, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

How would you like to spoon with 
me. (F 63554, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

I am learning to love vou. (F 63560, 
Mar. 14, 1908.) 

I'm wise. (F 63558, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

It's never too late to mend. (F 
63556. Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Megaphone girl. (F 63553, Mar. 14, 
1908.) 

Such is life. (F 63559, Mar. 14, 
1908.) 

U o me a letter. (F 63561, Mar. 14, 
1908.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Wolff (Louis) & co., ltd., London, 
England. [11463-11467 

At the edge of the loch. (F 62900, 
Feb. 24, 1908.) 

Legend of the lake. (F 62901, Feb. 
24, 1908.) 

Offering to Flora. (F 62S99, Feb. 
24, 1908.) 

Pearl (The). (F 62902, Feb. 24, 
1908.) 

Where birch trees grow. (F 62903, 
Feb. 24, 1908.) 

Wood (Otis F.), New Brighton, N. Y. 

[11468-11487 

Bub, he's always to blame. (F 63552, 

Mar. 14, 1908.) 

(F 63798, Mar. 23, 190S.) 

(F 64057, Mar. 28, 1908.) 

(F 64312, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Mary and her little lamb. (F 63550, 

Mar. 14, 1908.) 

(F 63795, Mar. 23, 190S.) 

(F 64055, Mar. 28, 190S.) 

(F 64314, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Sambo and his funny noises. (F 

63549, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

(F 63794, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

(F 64054, Mar. 28, 190S.) 

(F 64310, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Simon Simple. (F 63548, Mar. 14, 

1908.) 

(F 63797, Mar. 23, 1906.) 

(F 64058, Mar. 28, 1908.) 

(F 64313, Apr. 6. 1908.) 

Wags, the dog that adopted a man. 

(F 63551, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

(F 63796, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

(F 64056, Mar. 28, 190S.) 

(F 64311, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

World film mfg. co., Baker City, 
Oregon. [11488 

Dynamiter. (IT 107213, Mar. 10, 
1908; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1908.) 

Wortham (Marcus C), Lerna, 111. 

[11489 

True Vine and the twelve apostles. 
(H 107185. Mar. 11. 1908.) 



Wright ( E. A. ) , 



Chi. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
[11490, 11491 
(F 64486, Apr. 11, 



Chi Zeta 
1908.) 

Sigma Delta Kappa. (F 64464, Apr. 
10, 1908.) 

Wright (Walter B.), Mason City, 
Iowa. [11492-11494 

American brick yards. 1-3. (H 
107681-1076S3, Mar. 19, 1908.) 

Young people's missionary movement, 
of the United States and Canada, 
New York. N. Y. [11495-11521 

Chemistry. — Christian school. — 
Christian student. — Entering the hos- 
pital. — Famine relief work. — Field 
(The). — Geometry. — Missionaries 
(The). — Old examination halls. — Op- 
eration (An.).— Printing. — Recreation. 
— Tablet to Confucius. — Waiting-room. 
— Watching the photographer. — Zool- 
ogy. (16 prints. F 63632 63647, Mar. 
6, 1908; 2 e. ef each Mar. 18, 1908.) 

Chinese leper boy. — Christian stu- 
dent. — City mission kindergarten. — 
Coming Of the white man. -Converted 
fakir.- Ellis island. Now York.- 
printing press on the Pacific coast. — 
Hindu fakir.— Japanese immigrant 
landing at Honolulu. — Kindergarten 
band. — Mission, San Francisco. (11 
prints. F 63413-63423, Mar. 9. 
'J C. O* each Mar. IS 190* 

people's mission ait movement, 

Now York. \. Y. [11522-11527 

Boys from the street. (H 103703, 
Hoc 16, 1907.) 

Christian at a wayside shrine in 
Japan. (H 109698, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

l>oL r preaching a sermon. (H 
103700, ]> r. 16, 1!»<>7.) 

Italia n ragpicker's home. (H 
01, Dec. 16, 10O7.» 

Li Tsu Chen, a Chinese Christian 
student. (II 103699, Dec. 16, 1907.) 

What is a typewriter? (H 10J 
He.-. 16, 1907.) 

2 C. of each Apr. »!. 190S. 






Summary statement of deposits, received and credited, included in the Cata- 
logue since January 1, 1908. 

Number of entries of Engravings, Cuts and Prints, completed by deposits. 3, 966 

Number of entries of Chromos and Lithographs, completed by deposit 833 

Number of entries of Photographs completed by deposit 5, 891 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 

Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with 
applications for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs 
intended to be perfected as works of the fine arts. Arranged in monthly alphabets by 
proprietors with subalphabets of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
the receipt of one copy is always omitted when the one copy has been received on the 
day of entry. The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read : " Copy- 
right by Henry H. Ahl, Rowley, Mass. Class I, XXc, no. 24828, March 10, 1908; 1 
photograph received March 10, 1908." 



Ahl (Henry H.), Rowley, Mass. 

[1152S 

Old salt; by H. H. Alii. Head and 

shoulders of a typical old seaman, he 

wears slouch hat. (I 24828, Mar. 10, 

1908.) 

American cicar co., New York, N. T. 
[11529-11533 

Good morning. Young woman's head 
with wavy pompadour, she wears a 
])] eased expression. (I 24957, Mar. 23, 
1908.) 

Harmony. Amidst summer foliage 
the partially clothed figure of a young 
woman is seen, she holds a stringed 
musical instrument. (I 24959. Mar. 
23, 1908.) 

Primrose. Amidst summer foliage a 
young woman in costume of ancient 
stvle is leaning upon a tablet. (I 24956, 
Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Signal (The). Three-quarter length 
figure of young woman of the Spanish 
type, she holds a fan near her face. 
(I 24958, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Wise judge. Seated on a high-backed 
chair is a young person wearing a 
wavy white wig. spectacles, etc. (T 
24955, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

American lithographic co.. New 
York, N. Y. [11534, 11535 

Autola. Head of beautiful young 
woman with dark hair, wearing hat 
over which is automobile veil. (I 
25109, Apr. 7, 1908.) 

Don Balmes. Man wearing a beard, 
around his neck is a deep convoluted 
ruffle. (I 24919, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

American show print co., Milwaukee. 
Wis. [11536-11543 

Girl, Southern gentleman, and rube 
bov. Poster drawing. (I 248S6, Mar. 
23, 1908.) 

Girl with broom, a rube boy carrying 
a rug. Poster drawing. (I 24887, 
Mar. 23, 1908.) 



American show print co. — Continued. 

Girl's best friend. The detective 
comes near finding a watery grave. 
Poster drawing. (I 24884, Mar. 23, 
1908.) 

Jennie, go quick, the mare will 

carry you safe. Poster drawing. (I 
24885, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Rastus, Lordy, Lordy, I'ss hyar 

them boys sing. Poster drawing. (I 
24883, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

When Jennie comes riding 

home. Poster drawing. (I 24987, 
Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Mid-summer nights dream. Poster 
drawing. (I 24988, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Under the harvest moon. At the old 
home. Poster drawing. (I 2488S, 
Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Anargyros (S.), New York, N. Y. 

[11544 

Mogul man. Hindoo man with a 

turban on his head and a regalia 

thrown across his left shoulder. (I 

24S26, Mar. 10, 1908.) 

Arnold (F. McIntosh). New York, 

N. Y. [11545 

Stiff breeze. Seascape showing a 

white catbeat with a crew of young 

women. (I 24965, Mar. 27, 1908.) 

Art chemical laboratories, Richmond 
Hill, N. Y. [11546-1154S 

Mate of the coasting schooner; by 
Jay Hambidge. Man of sea type with 
soft felt hat. (I 24930, Mar. 18, 
190S.) 

Rustic reminiscence; by Jay Ham- 
bidge. Head of man without hat, hair 
tousled and stubby beard on chin. (I 
24S66, Mar. 9, 1908.) 

Sixteen; by Jay Hambidge. Young 
girl with head bent slightly and look- 
ing down. (I 24931, Mar. IS, 1908.) 

169 



170 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Arthur (James), Detroit, Mich. 

[11549-11558 | 

Child-carnations. Beautiful child 
low necked dress and large poke bon- 
net, holding large bunch of carna- 
tions near her face. (I 24936, Mar. 
25, 1908; 1 photo. Mar. 19, 1908.) 

Child-poinsetta. Half figure of 
beautiful child with hood down over 
head, arms full of poinsetta. (I 
24938, Mar. 25, 1908; 1 photo. Mar. 
25, 1908.) 

Child with cat. Beautiful child in 
low necked dress, holding a large cat 
in her arms. (I 24935, Mar. 25, 1908: 
1 photo. Mar. 19, 1908.) 

Lindsay light group. Three-quarter 
figure of mother, child standing near 
looking at book. (I 25044. Apr. 3, 
190S; 1 photo. Apr. 4, 1908.) 

Memories. Three-quarter figure of 
young woman in colonial gown seated 
at piano. (I 25041, Apr. 3, 1908; 1 
photo. Apr. 4, 1908.) 

Peaches. Half figure of attractive 
young woman with brown hair and 
dark eyes holding peach. (I 25039, 
Apr. 3, 190S; I photo. Apr. 4. 1908.) 

Roadside flowers. Pull figure of 
child with white muslin dress holding 
bunch of flowers. (I 25043. Apr. 3, 
1908; 1 photo. Apr. 4, 1 90S.) 

Springtime. Golden haired child 
leanincTon table. (I 25042, Apr. 3, 
1908; 1 photo. Apr. 4. 1908.) 

Tulips. Three-quarter figure of 
beautiful child, holding huge bunch of 
tulips. (I 24937, Mar. 25. 190S; 1 
photo. Mar. 19, 1908.) 

Yellow tulips. Three-quarter figure 
of young woman seated in garden, 
holding yellow tulips. (I 25040. Apr. 
3, 190S: 1 photo. Apr. 4, 1908.) 

Atterbury (GrosvenorI, New York. 
N. Y. [11559,11560 

Rural type. Studies in economic con- 
struction, plan B. A detached story 
and a half, four to five room cottage 
with small hooded porch. (I 25194, 
Apr. 7, 190S.) 

plan C. A detached story and 

a half, six to seven room and bath cot- 
tage. (I 25195, Apr. 7, 190S.) 

Barnes-Crosby. Chicago. IP. 

[11561-11619 

L 2628, L 2631, L 2635-L 2640. L 
2648, L 2651, L 2652, L 2654-L 2657. 
L 2660-L 2662, L 2665-L 2672. (I 
250S1-25106, Apr. 6, 190S.) 

I, 2673-L 2678, L 2684, L 26S6. L 
2688. L 2690, L 2693, L 2695-L 2704. I, 
2707-L 2710, L 2713. L 2715. L 2716, I. 
2718. L 2721, L 2724-L 2726. 1 1 25120- 
25152. Apr. 10, 1908.) 



Barnett (Jas.) & co., Riverside, Iowa. 

[11620 
Pen drawing. Two farm houses, 
with barns and outhouses in the back- 
ground. The farm house and barn at 
left on fire. (I 25024, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

Barrick (Jessie Per Lee), Cleveland. 
Ohio. [11621-11623 

Janet; by J. P. L. Barrick. Head 
of a girl with pink bonnet tied under 
her chin. (I 24S7S, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Lillie; by J. P. L. Barrick. Head 
and shoulders of a young girl with 
pond lilies in her hair. ( I 24S77. 
Mar. 23, 190S.) 

Winifred: by J. P. L. Barrick. 
Young woman standing, blue gown, 
brown lint carrying purse in left hand. 
(I 24876, Mar/ 23, 1908.) 

Barthold (Manuel), New York. N. Y. 

[11624 

On guard. Interior of Dutch peas- 

anfs borne, in foreground is a boy 

holding a large dog by the collar. < I 
24i»6L>. Mar. 27. 190S.) 

Beach (H. D.) co., Coshocton, Ohio. 

[11625 
Child's delight. A baby just old 
enough to stand, with its face up- 
turned toward an extended hand. (I 
25022, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

BlS< iiom & Hofle, Miinchen. Ger- 
many. [11626 
Picador (El) Padilla : by Willi 
Geiger. A bull fight. Bull is about 
to pierce body of horse, when he is 
stabbed by rider. (I 24871, Mar. 21, 
1 90S.) 

Bitter (Karl), Weehawken, N. J. 

[11627 

Sehurz (Carl) ; portrait bust. The 
head sits straight upon the shoulders. 
shows full beard and hair, eyes deep 
set, mouth firmly closed. (I 24870, 
Mar. 21, 1908.) 

Blashfield (E. H.), New York, N. Y. 

[1162S 
Graduate (The) : by E. H. Blash- 
field. Lunette showing at one end the 
college of the City of New York, in the 
center is seated the Statue of Wisdom. 
(I 24822. Mar. 17, 1908.) 

Bong (Rich.), Berlin, Germany. 

[11629 

Tanzende nymphe: a young naked 

woman, nymph, dancing with a veil. 

She turns her head somewhat to the 

back. (I 24790, Mar. 12, 1908.) 



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171 



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Borglum (Gutzon), New York, N. Y. 

[11630 
Bonner (Fire Commissioner. ) Death 
mask. (I 24975, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Bbunson (Sterne), Chicago, 111. 

[11631 
Tuning up; by S. Brunson. Bum- 
ble bee driving an automobile at full 
speed. (I 24928, Mar. 24, 1908.) 

Burdick (J. Ernest), New York, N Y. 

[11632 

Mishap (A). A cupid standing on 

left foot and holding up his other foot 

with left hand. (I 25025, Apr. 2, 

1908.) 

Burr (Colin Clark), Jersey City, 
N. J. [11633 

Tempted and tried; by C. C. Burr. 
Girl sitting on a bluff overlooking the 
sea, back of her is the Lord Jesus. (I 
24793, Mar. 12, 1908.) 

Calder (A. L.) co., Providence, R. I. 

[11634 
On the ocean drive. Driveway near 
ocean, also large hotel. (I 25045, Apr. 
3, 1908.) 

Carabelli (Joseph), Cleveland, Ohio. 

[11635 
Two piece monument. Base oblong 
with a vertical face and ogee wash, 
top stone one piece of stone with con- 
cave sides. (I 24986, Mar. 30, 190S.) 

Carlyle (Florence), New York, N. Y. 

[11636 

Rag time. Interior of room with 

young girl seated at upright piano 

playing . . . she is seated sideways, 

(I 25027, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

Caspar (C. W.) co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

[11637 
Greater Milwaukee. Panoramic 
view, showing some of the bav and 
harbor. (I 25006, Apr. 1, 1908.) 

Chase (Ernest D.), Lowell. Mass. 

[1163S 

Lincoln (Abraham) ; by Bela D. 

Pratt. Statue having on front panel a 

bas relief of Lincoln. (I 24993, Mar. 

30, 1908. 

Chialiva (Luigi), Paris, France. 

[11639, 11640 

Besse-en-Chandesse. In the fore- 
ground a woman and little girl, seated 
on the grass, holding flowers. (I 
25158, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

Route d'Auvergne. A country road 
shaded with trees. In the foreground 
a flock of sheep and lambs, with a 
dog. (I 25157, Apr. 13, 1908.) 



Closson 'William Baxter), Boston, 
Mass. [11641 

Roosevelt (President), portrait f 
view of left side of face, collar white, 
necktie black, coat black. (I 25114, 
Apr. 7. 1908: 1 photo. Mar. 18, 1908.) 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New York, 
N. Y. [11642 

Fleet passing through Magellan 
straits. Long string of battle ships 
closely following each other, winding 
through a narrow passage of water. 
(I 24989, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Continental insurance co.. New 
York, N. Y. [11643 

General Marion's lunch party. Rep- 
resents an incident in the revolution- 
ary war. where dinner was served on 
a fallen tree for a table and pieces of 
bark were used for plates. (I 25119, 
Apr. 10, II 

Conway (William A.), Chicago, 111. 

[11644 
Old oaken. Oaken keg bound with 
metallic hoops. (I 2479G, Mar. 13, 
1908.) 

Crane (J. YV.i. New York, N. Y. 

[11645 

Honeymoon in Venice. Scene on 

Grand Canal, young man and woman 

seated in a gondola. (I 24954, Mar. 

27, 190S. » 

Crowell publishing co.. Springfield, 
Ohio. [11646 

Old fashioned garden. Young man 
and young woman in a garden against 
a background of holvhocks and foliage. 
(I 25046, Apr. 4. 1908.) 

Daprato statuary co.. Chicago, 111. 

[11647, 11648 

Altar made in gothic style of archi- 
tecture. In the lower panel is group 
relief of the Last Supper. (I 24952, 
Mar. 27, 190S.) 

Altar in Roman style. In the lower 
panel is a monogram I H S. (I 25030, 
Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Donahey ( J. Harry L Cleveland, Ohio. 

[11649 
Uncle Biff. Statue of an old black- 
smith, sitting on his anvil. (I 24950, 
Mar. 26. 1908.) 

Dutchess manufacturing co., Pough- 
keepsie, Nj Y. [11650-11652 

[3 illustrations of men's clothing] 
(I 24S5S-24860. Mar. 20, 1908.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



EJadie (Eleanor Osborn), Bayoune, 
N. J. [11653 

Soldiers' and sailors' monument. 
Two figures on a base, a soldier and a 
sailor, sailor standing, soldier in 
crouching position. (I 24827, Mar. 18, 

1908.) 

Earle (Lawrence Carmichael), Mont- 
clair, N. J. [11654, 11655 

Life ( ?) in the great city. Two dogs 
in the snow, in the back alley sup- 
posedly of a city. (I 24794, Mar. 6, 
1908.) 

Point (The). Two setters, one white 
the other particolored, in the act of 
pointing game. (I 24795. Mar. 6, 
1908.) 

Elbel (O. Marion). Chicago, 111. 

[11656 
In Winter trappings ; by O. M. Elbel. 
Two horses in winter harness. (I 
25010, Apr. 1, 1908 A 

Ferris (J. L. G.), Philadelphia, Pa. 
[11657-11660 

Bringing home the bride. A colonial 
porch, group of figures, with bride and 
groom, coach in distance and church. 
(I 25003, Mar. 31, 190 

Lincoln raising the flag Lincoln 
facing right, left arm upraised, hal- 
yards in right hand, flag beyond him. 
(I 25001, Mar. 81, 19 

Penn and family at the Slate Roof 
house. Penn holds up a child, facing 
him his wife. 1 1 25002, Mar. 31, 1908. j 

Washington. Martha Washington 
and Lafayette at Valley Forge. A 
group of soldiers working in the 
trenches, snow on ground, a cannon 
in foreground. tl 25000, Mar. 31, 
1908.) 

Flanagan & Biedenweg co., Chicago, 
111. 11661 

Wells memorial window. In the 
three center panels the subject is 
" Gathering in the fold," Christ is in 
the center panel with a lamb in His 
arm. (I 24983, Mar. 28, 1908; 1 photo. 
Apr. 13, 1908.) 

Fletcher (W. LA, Winona. Minn. 

[11662 

Monument: by W. L. Fletcher. Up- 
right square monument, with a carved 
and moulded Corinthian cap with apex 
top. (I 24929. Mar. 21. 1908; 1 photo. 
Mar. 12, 190S.) 

Forbes litho. mfg. co., Boston, Mass. 
[11663-11668 

Ethel. Three-quarter length right 
profile view of figure or* young lady, 
face turned toward the front (I 
24797, Mar. 14, 190S.) 



Forbes litho. mfg. co. — Continued. 

Factory view. A view in perspective 
of the works of the Forbes litho. mfg. 
co. (I 24811, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Lilies of the valley. A bouquet of 
| lilies of the valley with a beautiful 
\ girl's head in the center of the flow- 
! ers. (I 24S01, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Poppies. A bunch of poppies, the 
center of one flower bearing a beau- 
' tiful girl's head. (I 24798, Mar. 14, 
190S.) 

Roses. A bunch of beautiful roses, 
one flower bearing in the center head 
1 of a beautiful girl. (I 24800, Mar. 14. 
1908.) 

Violets, Bouquet of violets bearing 
in their midst head of a beautiful girl. 
(I 24799, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

FOWUSB (11. V. B.), Washington, D. C. 
[11669-11673 

Bean's, the nations' food. Statue of 
a group of three figures representing 
B soldier, a sailor and a civilian. (I 
24949, Mar. is. 1908.) 

Jack and the beanstalk, statue of 
a rocky prominence capped by out- 
lines of a castle front, showing a giant 
asleep. < 1 24848, Mar. 18, 1908.) 

Raisins. Statue consisting of a 
dome-Shaped arbor laden with grapes. 



In bold relief stands two figures, a 
male and female, holding a pair of 
scales. (I 24945, Mar. 18, 1908.) 

Walnuts. Statue of a Horn of 
plenty which is supported by four 
figures representing The Producer, 
Tiller of the soil. Capital and The 
Merchant. (I 24846, Mar. 18, 1908.) 

World's dessert. Globe with figure 
having a multiplicity of heads, the 
side of which is Uncle Sam dropping 
prunes on these heads. (I 24947, 
Mar. IS, 1908.) 

Frink of Boston. Boston. Mi 

[11674-11681 

Adam. Woman's head in a circle, 
head in white on black background 
facing left. (I 25031. Feb. 15. 1908.) 

A din. Woman's head in circle, 
head in white on black background fac- 
ing left. (I 25032, Feb. 15, 190S.1 

Adolphus. Man's head. He wears 
a slouch hat, cirgar in mouth, handker- 
chief about neck. (I 2503S, Feb. 15, 
1908.) 

Adoniram. Man, head looking to 
left, wearing soft hat with rim turned 
up. (I 250:33, Feb. 15, 190S.) 

Alan. Man. head facing right, wear- 
ing a soft hat coming to peak at top. 
(I 25037. Feb. 15, 1908.) 



FINE ARTS 



nos. 14-18, Apr., 1908 



173 



Feink of Boston — Continued. 

Alaric. Man on bucking horse. (I 
25036, Feb. 15, 1908.) 

Albert Man on horseback facing to 
right. (I 25035, Feb. 15, 1908.) 

Alexander. Man on horseback rid- 
ing to left. (I 25034, Feb. 15, 1908.) 

Fuller (Mrs. R. S.), Denver, Colo. 

[11682 
Colorado columbine girl. Girl's head 
enclosed in circular band with colum- 
bines distributed at equal distances on 
band. (I 24816, June 14, 1907.) 

Gardthausen (Louis), New York, 
N. Y. [11683 

Marx (Karl) portrait bust; by Louis 
Gardthausen. The head is inclined 
slightly forward, coat hanging open. 
(1 24817, Mar. 17, 1908.) 

Gillette-Burgess co., Chicago, 111. 

[11684 
Madonna of the north. Mother and 
babe wrapped in shawl with snow fall- 
ing heavily. (I 24813, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Guerin (Jules), New York, N. Y. 

[11685-11704 

Colossi of Memnon. Two colossi in 
background and reflected in water in 
foreground. (I 24856, Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Court of Amenhotep III, Temple of 
Luxor. Two rows of columns con- 
nected at top in one place where a 
narrow arm of rock reaches across. 
(1 24851, Mar. 20, 190S.) 

Great Colonnade, temple of Luxor. 
Water in foreground wherein are re- 
flected the pillars and sail boats in 
background. (I 24854, Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Great hall of Abydos. Two rows 
of roofed-over tall columns. Two fig- 
ures in left foreground. (I 24852, 
Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Great rock temple of Abu-Simbel. 
In right background, several colossi 
facing left of picture are seated in 
niche hewn out of the rock. (I 
24S49, Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Great temple of Karrnak. Two 
rows of columns with no roof between, 
four figures, with donkey in fore- 
ground. (I 24853, Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Island of Phila?. Hills and water 
in distance with island in middle back- 
ground. (I 24845, Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Pharoah's bed, island of Philae. 
Camels, donkeys and people in fore- 
ground where camp is being made. (I 
24S41, Mar. 20, 190S.) 

Prayer in the Desert. Men on 
camels in background, prayer rug in 
foreground on which a man stands 
and prays. (I 24S47, Mar. 20, 1908.) 



Guerin (Jules) — Continued. 

Pyramid of Sakkara. Round pyra- 
mid with four or five ridges, procession 
of figures and camels in foreground. 
(I 24842, Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Pyramids of Ghizeh. Pyramids and 
reflections in background, Holy family 
in foreground. (I 24839, Mar. 20, 
1908.) 

Ramesseum, Thebes. Side view of 
temple, columns low at right hand and 
rising higher toward the left. (I 
24857, Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Sacred lake, Karnak. Temple of 
Karnak in background, two women 
standing with jugs of water on their 
heads In foreground. (I 24843, Mar. 
20, 11)08.) 

Sphinx (The). The Sphinx with 
shadowy army marching past in front. 
(I 24838, Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Temple of Der-El-Bahri. Low, flat- 
columned temple in center, precipitous 
cliffs in background. (I 24846, Mar. 
20, 1908.) 

Temple of Edfu. In foreground two 
groups of figures. Parts of temple are 
half buried in the sand. < 1 24848, 
Mar. 20. 1908.) 

Temple of Edfu (court). Doorway 
in center with columns on each side 
and walls rising above them to twice 
their height. (I 24S44, Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Temple of Hathor. Denderah. ob- 
long temple with ruined gateway in 
background, figures in foreground. (I 
24850, Mar. 20, 190S.) 

Temple of Kom-Ombo. Temple in 
background at top of sloop, at the 
water's edge people are gathered near 
three sail boats. (I 24S40. Mar. 2". 
190S.) 

Temple of Medinet-Abu. Doorway 
with one column on each side, two 
figures in foreground carrying jugs. 
(I 24855, Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Haggin (Ben-Ali), New York, N. Y. 

[11705 

Lady in gray. Standing figure of 

ladv. She has on a gray dress, large 

vase behind her. (I 25190, Apr. 13, 

190S.) 

Hanfstaengl (Franz), Munich, Ger- 
many. [11706-11713 

Dawn of the gods; by F. Leeke. 
Last scene of the third act in Wag- 
ner's music drama, the Rhine-daugh- 
ters carrving away the treasure. 1 1 
24974, Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Flying Dutchman ; by F. Leeke. A 
scene in the second act of Wagner's 
opera, Senta meets the flying Dutch- 
man. (I 24970, Mar. 28, 190S.) 



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Hanfstaengl (Franz) — Continued. 

In imperial Rome; by G. Friedrich. 
The emperor reclining on a couch, a 
woman seated opposite playing on a 
harp. (I 24967, Mar. 28, 1908.) 

In the Highlands; by F. v. Defreg- 
ger. A scene in the Tyrolean Alps. 
A young dairy maid chatting with two 
villagers. (I 24968, Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Peonies; by W. Menzler. Young 
woman seated on a bench, her left 
hand touching cheek, a basket with 
peonies on bench. (I 24972, Mar. 28, 
1908.) 

Pet cat ; by M. Nonnenbruch. Young 
woman holding in her left hand a mir- 
ror in which a cat looks at its image. 
(I 24973, Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Valkyrie (The) ; by F. Leeke. A 
scene in third act of Wagner's music 
drama, a warrior, carrying a spear, 
embracing a young woman. (I 24969, 
Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Woman and the artists; by K. Gus- 
sow. Nude figure of woman reposing 
on a couch covered with flowers, in 
background great artists like Raphael 
[etc.] (I 24971, Mar. 28, 190s. i 

Harper & brothers, New York. N. Y. 
T11714, 11715 

Timon of Athens; by Edwin A. Ab- 
bey. Act 1, scene 2, rotunda supported 
by Ionic columns, guests at table. (I 
24991, Mar. 30, 1908. 

Act 4, scene 3, :i male figure 

standing at mouth of cave, two female 
and a male in helmet standing at his 
left. (I 24992, Mar. 30, 1908.) 
Harrison (A.), New York, N. Y. 

[11716 

Low tide and after glow. Marine 
showing a quiet sea late in the after- 
noon. (I 24961, Mar. 27, 1908.) 
Hart (William S.), Westport, Conn. 

[11717 

Virginian (The) : by Chas. M. Rus- 
sell. A cowboy on horseback, the 
horse in walking motion. (I 25008. 
Apr. 1, 1908.) 
Hendricks (Bertha M.), Denver. 

Colo. [11718 

Colorado columbine. Flower buds 
and leaves, represented three times 
to form circular border. (I 25153, 
Apr. 10, 1908.) 
Hirschberg (Carl), Buffalo, N. Y. 

[11719, 11720 

Old home orchard; by C. Hirsch- 
berg. A boy coming from an orchard 
eating apples. (I 24791, Mar. 12, 
1908.) 

Our city cousin ; by C. Hirschberg. 
Little girl dressed in white sits in a 
boat. (I 24792, Mar. 12, 1908.) 



Hudson (Grace'. Ukiah. Cal. 

[11721, 11722 

Sha-ba Sha-wy .The first born). 
Yokia Indian girl, three-quarter 
length standing, holding in her arms 
a young baby. (I 25191. Apr. 13, 
1908. ) 

Yokia Indian boy dressed in checked 
brown and white shirt. CI 25192, Apr. 
13, 1908.) 

Huh man (Herman i . jr., Terre Haute, 
Ind. [11723 

Ready for a spin. Head and bust 
of smiling girl, full face view. She 
wears large feathered hat. (I 25018, 
Apr. 2, 1908.) 

Hunt (Woodbury E.) company, Ton- 
cord, N. H. [11724-11728 

Abigail ; by Xetta M. Filer. Young 
woman, standing, her head outlined 
against lamp-globe. (I 24881, Mar. 
23, 1908.) 

Alma : by Netta M. Filer. Young 
woman Standing, sin- wears a riding 
habit. (I 24879. Mar. 23. 1908.) 

Anabel: by Netta M. Filer. Young 
woman standing, she wears winter 
costume. (I 24880, Mar. 23. 1908.) 

Fire of love: by Warren B. Davis. 
Young woman standing by a kitchen 
range broiling a steak, i I 24882, Mar. 
23. 1908.) 

Dncle Rnfe's advice: by Warren B. 
Davis. Old negro with slonch hat . . . 
right hand uplifted. (I 25111, Apr. 8, 
1908.) 
Jacors (Michel), New York, N. Y. 

[11729 

Bronze or brass design for orna- 
mentation of gas burner. Series of 
leaves joined together. (I 25029, Apr. 
3.1 !)0s. i 

K.vn manx v.V Strauss co., New York, 
N. Y. [11730-11733 

Lady in red. Head and bust of lady 
in large hat and gauzy drapery. (I 
24869, Mar. 21. 1908. 

Poetry of motion. Pull-length danc- 
ing figures, in waltz position. (I 25020, 
Apr. 2, Pius, i 

Song, without words. Full-length 
waltzing figures, man in fancy uni- 
form, girl in flowing skirts and braided 
bodice. (I 25017. Apr. 2. 1908.) 

Witchery. Full-length dancing fig- 
ures, waltzing, man uniformed but cap- 
less, girl in evening dress. (I 25019, 
Apr. 2, 190S. ) 
Keith (Geo. E. t. Campello, Mass. 

[11734 

Christ blessing the children ; by Ga- 
brini. Courtyard of a Palestine resi- 
dence. Christ blessing group of chil- 
dren. (I 25009, Apr. 1, 1908.) 



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Kelly (Elizabeth), Denver, Colo. 

[11735 
Said the rooster so old and proud. 
Souvenir postal card to advertise Dem- 
ocratic national convention. (I 24823, 
Mar. 17, 1908.) 

Key (John Ross), Washington, D. C. 

[11736 
Golden Gate. Marine showing en- 
trance to Golden Gate, with Mt. Ta- 
malpais in distance. (I 249G6, Mar. 
27,1908.) 

Kleitz (William), Elmira, N. Y. 

[11737 
Elmira N. Y., Birds-eye view of 
N. Y. state reformatory. (I 24833, 
Mar. 19, 1908.) 

Koenig (Charles Herman), New 
York, N. Y. [11738 

Say! Is this how you get it. A 
man standing beside a bull, the man 
carries a pail labeled Jala. (I 25005, 
Feb. 26, 1908; 1 photo. Mar. 31, 1908.) 

Kruger & Lehnhabdt, New York, 
N. Y. [11739 

Blowing about a good thing: by A. 
Lehnhardt. Young woman standing 
on curb of street crossing with her 
skirts swirling about her. (I 24944, 
Mar. 26, 1908.) 

Lamoreux (F. P.), Phoenix, Ariz. 

[11740 
Labor, at the head of a combination 
of mercantile institutions linked to- 
gether distributing monev. (I 24979. 
Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Lepper (John J.), Milwaukee, Wis. 

[11741 
Giant foot. Model of a foot four 
feet long other proportions accord- 
ingly. (I 24872, Mar. 23. 1908.) 

Llfe publishing co., New York, N. Y. 
[11742-11752 

Book of verses underneath the bow. 
A bow-bow standing upon a book of 
Mother Goose verses. (I 25187, Apr. 
13, 1908.) 

Choice spot to locate. Country road, 
old gentleman driving, two young peo- 
ple in back seat making love to each 
other. (I 25108, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Clerical error. A young curate with 
his arms around a prettv waiting maid. 
(I 24977, Mar. 28, 1908.) 

I'm awfully busy just now. Jack, 
couldn't you make it some other night. 
A young girl seated at a desk talking 
over the telephone. On the arm of a 
chair sits a voung man. (I 24978, 
Mar. 28, 1908.) 



Life publishing co. — Continued. 

In the spring a young man's fancy 
lightly turns to thoughts of love. A 
young man rose in hand, longingly 
looking through iron gates, d 24976, 
Mar. 28, 1908.) 

Jones always insisted that his wife 
should be a woman of some spirit. 
Drawing room where an exciting ar- 
gument has evidentlv been going on. 
(I 24934, Mar. 25, 1908.) 

Lover's pity for the other men when 
he secures the only woman in the 
world. A young couple walking at 
the top of a little hill. (I 25186. Apr. 
13, 1908.) 

On the arrival of their first order of 
seeds Mr. & Mrs. Gardener are escorted 
by enthusiastic natives. A country 
scene in the early spring. Mr. & Mrs. 
Gardener are just coming up from the 
station with a wheelbarrow full of 
boxes of seeds. (I 25185. Apr. 13. 
190S.) 

St. Patrick's day in the (next) 
morning. An Irishman in bed the 
morning after the famous St. Patrick's 
day parade. (I 24814, Mar. 16. 1908.) 

Those who dance must pay the piper. 
A group of four belated automobilists 
walking disgustedlv toward home. 
(I 24S15, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Wise, likewise and otherwise. Old 
mahogony sofa, upon which young 
man, voung woman and old man are 
sitting. (I 25107, Apr. 6. 1908. ) 

McAllister & Vanderbilt. Washing- 
ton, D. C. [11753 

South side Pennsylvania ave., pre- 
liminary sketch showing the artistic 
development. (I 25198, Apr. 14, 1908.) 

McAultffe (Timothy John). Worces- 
ter, Mass. [11754 

Tucker (William Jewett) ; by T. J. 
McAuliffe. Medallion portrait. (I 
24939, Mar. 25, 1908.) 

McFee (Wm. J.), Schenectady, N. Y. 

[11755 

Group of fruit. From left to right 

first, box of strawberries, next to 

which is bunch of purple grapes, etc. 

(I 25155, Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Man att (Wm. Whitney), Providence, 
R. I. [11756 

Adam and Eve. Two nude figures, 
muscular athlete and graceful female, 
both kneeling. (I 24999, Mar. 31, 
1908.) 



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Mannelli (Stro), San Francisco, Cal. 

[11757, 11758 
Welcome. Cast of bust of Admiral 
Evans, below bust is a modern battle- 
ship and ancient war boat. (I 25074, 
Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Welcome to our fleet ; by S. Man- 
nelli. Design in plaster or marble rep- 
resenting head and smiling face of 
Uncle Sam. (I 24875, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Martin (Mac) advertising co., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. [11759 
Spiritof Minneapolis. Female figure 
in half armor with blade of wheat in 
left hand and shield on right arm. (I 
25071, Apr. 6, 1908. ) 

Mather (G. C), Chicago, 111. 

[11760-11765 

Bring a smile. Heads and faces of 
seven persons, dog and parrot, all 
smiling. (I 25049, Apr. 4, 1908.) 

Dreaming of you. Heads and faces 
of seven persons, eyes closed, months 
open, nlso a parrot and head of dog. 
(I 25050, Apr. 4, 1908.) 

In the dark. Heads and faces of 
seven persons, heads of dog and parrot, 
all appearing .-is if thrust through 
background. (I 26052, Apr. 4. 1908.) 

Longing for yon. Heads and faces 
of seven persons, heads of dog and par- 
rot, all with wistful look. (I 25051, 
Apr. 4, 1908.) 

Tears will flow. Heads and faces of 
seven persons, the head of dog and 
parrot, all weeping. (I 2504S, Apr. 4, 
1908.) 

Your vacant chair. Seven persons, 
doc; and parrot at table, one vacant 
chair. (I 25047, Apr. 4, 1908.) 

Maynard (Alice). New York. X. Y. 

[117(56 

Maynard sweater girl. Girl in bright 

red sweater with golf club uplifted and 

about to drive from tee. (I 25118, 

Apr. 4, 1908: 1 photo. Apr. 10, 1908.) 

Meeker (A. S.), Brooklvn, X. Y. 

[11767-11784 

Alone. Couple seated on rock with 
laughing moon in background. (I 
25062, Apr. 4, 1908.) 

Argument. Male figure in evening j 
dress, arguing, with face and hand 
raised toward moon. (I 25053, Apr. 4. 
1908.) 

At the telephone. Partition with 
telephone on either side, male figure \ 
at one end, parrot at the other. (1 j 
25058, Apr. 4, 1908.) 

Boating by moonlight. Couple in , 
boat, comic moon in background. (I 
25055, Apr. 4, 1908-1 



Meeker (A. S.) — Continued. 

Capsized. Boat on river half cap- 
! sized with figures half submerged. (I 
j 25060, Apr. 4, 190S.) 

Female figure on branch of tree, with 
cherries; male figure below. (I 250S0, 
Mar. 31, 1908.) 

Female figure seated on beach. 1 1 
j 25078. Mar. 31, 190S.) 

Female figure seated on upturned 
boat Mermaid. (I 25077, Mar. 31, 
1908.) 

Female figure with arm raised in 
surf. (I 25075, Mar. 31, 1908.) 

Figure of female nurse at door. (I 
, 25079. Mar. 31, 190S.) 

Figures in surf. (I 25078, Mar. 31, 
1908.) 

Fishing. Couple on river bank, ob 
livions of line and rod. (I 25061, Apr. 
1. 1908.) 

Hunting. Male figure with gun with 
bird on end, female figure with out- 
stretehed hands. (I 26067, Apr. 4. 
1908.) 

In the country. Couple seated on 
log, laughing moon in background. 
( I 25063, Apr. 4. 19< 

Luncheon in the country. Figures 
scaled at tree, at luncheon, i I 25054, 
Apr. 4, L908.) 

Oblivion. Two figures seated on 
fence rail in snn shower, sun in back- 
ground, i 1 25064, Apr. 4. 1908.) 

Taking a photograph. Female !iL r - 
nre taking photograph of man seated 
on log. I I 25056, Apr. 4. 1906.) 

Unexpected descent Bucking horse 
with male rider thrown to the ground. 
( 1 25059, Apr. 4. 1908.) 

Melchebs (Gabi), New York. X. Y. 

[117S7,. 11786 

Portrait of my mother. : ; length 
figure of elderly woman sitting in 
white arm chair, dressed in black. 
holding a fan in her two hands, i I 
25196, Apr. 14, 190S.) 

Two sisters: by G. Melchers. Two 
little sirls about five and ten ye- 
age. (I 24994. Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Moli.er (Ludwiq), Liibeck, Germany. 
[117*7-11790 

Am weiher. (At the pond.) A night 
scene at the shore of a pond. The 
moon is partly covered by a mas 
clouds. U 24998, Mar. 31. P." 

Bollwerk. (Bulwark.) A night scene 
at the outer part of a small seaport. 
By the dim light of the moon ... to 
the right a bulwark of heavy beams 
is visible. (I 24997. Mar. 31, 190sA 



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Mollee (Lunwiu) — Continued. 

Esse Fjord. In the foreground, to 
the left high rocks are seen, while in 
the centre two row boats are visible. 
In one of the row boats, there are 
two girls. (I 24995, Mar. 31, 1908.) 

Waldeinsamkeit. (A lonesome for- 
est.) To the right the trees are dense 
and also to the left, while in the cen- 
ter there is an opening. (I 24996, Mar. 
31, 1908.) 

Moyles (Peter P.), Batavia, N. Y. 

[11791 

Easter greeting. Calling card in 

center of postal . . . words Easter 

greeting written with steel pen on 

card. (I 25113, Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Murphy (Thos. D.) company, Red 
Oak, Iowa. [11792-11821 

Antoinette; by J. Ross Bryson. 
Young lady in low-necked dress, large 
red hat and feather boa. (I 24915, 
Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Beatrice; J. Ross Bryson. Girl in 
old fashioned bonnet with white 
plumes, holds pink roses to her face. 
(I 24912, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Bijou (La) ; by J. Ross Bryson. 
Girl in green hat of fantastic shape 
wears green cape with a profusion of 
green chiffon at neck. (I 24902, Mar. 
23, 1908.) 

Constitutional (A) ; by J. Ross 
Bryson. Young lady at foot of flight 
of steps, preparing to ascend. (I 
24906, Mar. 23, 190S.) 

Contemplation ; J. Ross Bryson. 
Young lady with elbows on table, 
leaning her cheek on hands. (I 24909, 
Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Coquette (A) ; by J. Ross Bryson. 
Against a bright yellow background 
are the head and shoulders of an au- 
burn-haired girl with laughing face. 
(I 24904, Mar. 23, 190S.) 

Day dreams; by J. Ross Bryson. 
Girl in loose red dress, dark red hat 
with plumes, her left hand raised to 
her face. (I 24896, Mar. 23, 190S.) 

Fair debutante; by J. Ross Bryson. 
Iiieht haired girl in large pale green 
hat. (I 24910, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Fair sailor; by J. Ross Bryson. Girl 
seated in a boat, hands on oars. (I 
24905, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Felicia; by J. Ross Bryson. Young 
ladv in green dress, red parasol stands 
in front of a table. (I 24889, Mar. 23, 
1908.) 

Flirt (The) ; by J. Ross Bryson. 
Young lady in pale blue dress, seated, 
face resting on hand. (I 24893, Mar. 
23, 1908.) 



Murphy (Thos. D.) — Continued. 

Friends; by J. Ross Bryson. Head 
of a girl and head of a horse. (I 
24907, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Glimpse of Long Island sound from 
Mont a uk. Summer landscape showing 
body of water. (I 24812, Mar. 16, 
1908. ) 

Harvesters (The) ; by R. Atkinson 
Fox. Harvest scene. Man with three 
horses hitched abreast cutting wheat. 
(I 24873, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

In the garden; by J. Ross Bryson. 
Side back view of young lady in cream 
and purple dress, wears drooping hat 
with white plume. (I 24899, Mar. 23, 
1908. ) 

In the orchard ; by R. Atkinson Fox. 
Road passing barn at left, at right of 
road are a white and brown colt. Apple 
trees in bloom, on each side of road. 
(I 24874, Mar. 23. 1908.) 

Jeanette; by J. Ross Bryson. Young 
lady with dark brown hair in which 
arc entwined white beads. (I 24914, 
May 23, 1908.) 

June; by J. Ross Bryson. Lady in 
green hat. yellow dress, In her arms 
she holds a great bunch of red roses. 
(I 24900, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Meditation : by J. Ross Bryson. Girl 
in light empire gown with low neck, 
one arm thrown over head. (I 24897, 
Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Mt. Hood ; by J. Ross Bryson. Snow 
capped peak. In foreground a plain 
with hills on either side. (I 24891, 
Mar. 23, 190S.) 

Mount of the Holy Cross ; by J. Ross 
Bryson. Mountain showing a cross on 
its' side. (I 24892, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Mt. Shasta ; by J. Ross Bryson. Tall 
mountain peak, ranging in color from 
blue to salmon. (I 24895, Mar. 23, 
190S.) 

Mt. Tacoma; by J. Ross Bryson. 
Dark blue sky above mountain, fore- 
ground very dark. (I 24890, Mar. 23, 
1908.) 

Promenade (The) ; J. Ross Bryson. 
Lady in red hat with long red plume, 
white dress with scarf over shoulders. 
(I 24898, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Rose (The) ; by J. Ross Bryson. 
Tall slender lady in red low-necked 
! dress, red hat with long red plume. 
(I 24913, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Ready for a spin; by J. Ross Bry- 
| son. Girl in light dress, red coat and 
green hat tied down with veil. (I 
24894, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Society queen; by J. Ross Bryson. 
Girl in Gainsborough hat, powdered 
hair with curl over shoulder. (I 
24903, Mar. 23, 1908.) 



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Murphy (Thos. D.) — Continued. 

Summer ; by J. Ross Bryson. Young 
lady in low-necked yellow dress, she 
holds a rose to her face. (I 24908, 
Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Violet; by J. Ross Bryson. Profile 
of young lady with brown hair done 
in quaint knot at back of her head. 
(I 24911, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Waiting; by J. Ross Bryson. Lady 
with light brown hair and eyes, wears 
low necked dross, her hat has fallen 
over shoulders. (I 24901, Mar. 23, 
1908.) 

Naegele (Charles Frederick), New 
York, N. Y. [11822 

Sybil. Female head, neck and shoul- 
ders bare, drapery around bust, hold- 
ing crystal ball iu hands. (I 25189, 
Apr. 13, 1908.) 

Neches (Isaac) & Mirsky (Moses), 
New York, N. Y. [11823 

Zion and Jerusalem. To the left is 
the Mohammedan church Nebi Dahud, 
to the right is the remaining part of 
the wall of the destroyed temple. (I 
25021, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

New Home sewing machine co., 
Orange, Mass. [11824 

Rosalie. Left profile view of a 
beautiful girl holding in her left hand 
long stemmed roses. (I 24S02, Mar. 14. 
1908.) 

Norton (Wm. E.), New York, N. Y. 

[11825 

Off Sandy Hook. A seascape. In 
center foreground is a brig, with royals 
on both masts unfurled. (I 24963, 
Mar. 27, 1908.) 

Paine (R. T.) 2nd, Brookline, Mass. 

[11826 

Girl mending. Girl seated at side 
of a table with shears in hand cutting 
a piece of cloth. (I 24825, Mar. 16, 
1908.) 
Paisley (M.), St. Louis, Mo. [11827 

Our mothers tears for the blue and 
gray. A cemetery dotted with ever- 
green trees . . . two mothers meet at 
entrance . . . both weeping. (I 25110, 
Apr. 8. 1908.) 
Paul (A. C), Milwaukee, Wis. [11828 

Miller high life beer, Milwaukee. 
Poster drawing. (I 24036, Dec. 13, 
1907.*) 

Phillips (T. F.) company, Dubuque, 
Iowa. [11829-11836 

Gothic main altar, no. 20096. Three 
steps of unequal length having a Lord's 
Last Supper in relief in center. (I 
24922, Mar. 23, 1908.) 



Phillips (T. F. ) —Continued. 

no. 20098. Three steps above 

which is an altar table having a Lord's 
Last Supper in relief in the center. (I 
24920, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

no. 20099. Three steps of un- 
equal length above which is an altar 
table. (I 24921, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

no. 20100. Two steps of un- 
equal length above which is an altar 
table having a tracery panel in the 
center. (I 24923, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Renaissance side altar, no. 10989. 
One step above which is an altar table 
in the center of which is a relief of 
Our Lady of the Rosary. (I 24927, 
Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Roman main altar, no. 26054. Three 
steps of unequal length above which is 
an altar table, having four quarter 
foils. (I 24925, Mar. 23, 190S.) 

no. 26055. Three steps of un- 
equal length above which is an altar 
table having a Lord's Last Supper. (I 
24926, Mar. 23, 190S.) 

no. 20056. Three steps of un- 

equal length above which is an altar 
table having a Lord's Last Supper 
in center. (I 24021, Mar. 23, 1908.) 
Price (J. W.), Rochester. X. Y. 

[11837 

Head of Scotch collie dog; by J. W. 
Price. Head to point of shoulder blade, 
head raised, mouth open. (I 24932, 
Feb. 29, 1908: 1 photo Feb. 7. 1908.) 

Quirk (N. J.), Chicago, 111. 

[11S3S-11841 

David and Goliath. White 3 fun- 
nelled warship. Connecticut class, 
smoke and flags blowing forward, i I 
24809, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

New peacemaker. White 3 fun- 
nelled warship nearly broadside steani- 
Ing fast and heavy smoke trailing 
backward. (I 24807, Mar. 14. 1908.) 

North Carolina (U. S. cruiser) 4 
funnelled white cruiser showing smoke 
and signal flags blowing aft. 1 1 2 
Mar. 14, 1908. I 

U. S. battleship fleet and torpedo 
flotilla. Fleet of twenty seven vessels 
in parallel circular columns. (I 24868. 
Mar. 21, 1908.) 

Ransom (Fletcher C), New York, 
N. Y. [11842 

There's no place like home. Elderly 
woman standing on steps of farm 
house with arms outstretched to wel- 
come son. (I 25026, Apr. 2, 1908.) 
Rungius (Carl), Brooklyn. N. Y. 

[11S43-11846 

At the dead water. Shallow pond in 
the woods, moose standing on shore. 
(I 24818, Mar. 17, 190S.) 



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nos. 14-1S, Apr., 1908 



Rungius ( Cakl ) —Continued. 

Deadlocked. Two caribou, the horns 
locked, one dead the other standing 
over it. (I 24821, Mar. 17, 1908.) 

Rainy day. Bull and cow moose on 
a hillside, clouds hanging over distant 
hill. (I 24820, Mar. 17, 3908. 

Rivals. Bull and a cow moose in 
foreground on rocky hillside looking 
down at another bull. (I 24819, Mar. 
17, 1908.) 

Russell (Mary- La Fetba), New 
York, N. Y. [11847 

Shepherd show me how to go. A 
class of Sundav school children sing- 
ing. (I 25004. Mar. 31. 1908.) 

Savory (E. W.), ltd., Bristol, Eng- 
land. [11848-11853 

Elaine; by G. H. Edwards. Head 
of girl in profile, hair braided, large 
embroidery frame to left. (I 25069, 
Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Enid; by G. H. Edwards. Head 
of girl, showing both hands playing 
harp. Girl's hair falls low over fore- 
head. (I 25067, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Gardener's daughter; by G. H. Ed- 
wards. Head of girl partially sur- 
rounded by roses, hair puffed around 
face. (I 25070, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Lady Clare; by G. H. Edwards. 
Head of girl in profile, hair parted in 
middle, braided and fixed low on neck. 
(I 25068, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Lady of Shalott ; by G. H. Edwards. 
Head of girl holding shuttle and sur- 
rounded by a few threads. Girl's 
hair parted in middle, with braid 
hanging over each shoulder. (I 25065, 
Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Maud; by G. H. Edwards. Head 
of girl in low neck gown, showing 
her hand holding fan half back of 
head. (I 25066, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Scholefield (F. R.), Chicago, 111. 

[11854 
Railroad engine round house. Plan, 
section and elevation, representing the 
plumbing, heating and ventilating cir- 
culation. (I 25193, Apr. 13, 1908; 1 
photo Mar. 26, 1908.) 

Seltzer (Olaf Carl), Great Falls, 
Mont. [11855 

Road agents. 5 cow punchers wait- 
ing to hold up the overland stage 
coach (I 24806, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Singer (M. A.), New York, N. Y. 

[11856-11860 

A booth structure ... of a polygonal 
floor plan. (I 25016, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

Booth structure of oblong plan. 
[1, 2] (I 25014, 25015, Apr. 2, 1908.) 



Singer (M. A.) — Continued. 

Group of display booths, plan view. 
[1, 2] (I 25012, 25013, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

Smith (C. McKnight), Newark, N. J. 

[11861, 11862 

North Dakota (U. S. battleship). 

Battleship at sea showing the star- 

I board side. (I 25007, Apr. 1, 1908.) 

Showing the starboard side 

slightly quartering from the bow. (I 
25112, Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Spiel vogel (E.), New York, N. Y. 

[11863 

Lanterne (La) Japonaise. A little 

! girl in a white dress standing and hold- 

j ing a Chinese lantern in both of her 

! hands. (I 25023, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

Steicher (E. J.), New York. N. Y. 

[11864 

Landscape decorative ; edge of birch 

J tree forest, in the foreground are 

| groups of birch trees. (I 24788, Feb. 

i 28, 1908.) 

Stern (Edward) & co.. inc., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [11865 
Last Egyptian. Statue of an Egyp- 
tian clad in white robes, seated on a 
camel. (I 24810, Mar. 16, 1908.) 

Stirn (L. & E.), New York. N. Y. 

[11866-11868 
Afternoon tea. A number of young 
women in miniature, some of whom 
are in street attire and some in recep- 
tiou gowns. (I 24917, Mar. 23, 1908.) 
Her pet. Seated figure of a beauti- 
ful young woman holding reins and a 
i whip, beside her is seated a dog. (I 
I 24918, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Promenade (The). A number of 
young women in miniature, all of 
whom being in street attire except one. 
(I 24916, Mar. 23, 1908.) 

Thompson (Seth Bechtold), Jersey 
City, N. J. [11869 

Mother and child; by S. B. Thomp- 
son. Young woman sitting and look- 
ing down at child on her lap. (I 
24824, Mar. 17, 1908.) 

Tiffany studios, New York, N. Y. 

[11870 
Celtic cross shown with landscape 
background, mounted on double base, 
carved in Celtic interlacing ornament. 
(I 24867, Mar. 7, 1908; 1 photo. Mar. 
20, 1908.) 

Tower (A. J.) co., Boston, Mass. 

[11871, 11872 
Cabman. Cabman dressed in rub- 
ber coat about to fasten feed bag on 
head of horse. (I 25073, Apr. 6, 1908.) 



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pt. iv, u. s., v. 3 



Tower (A. J.)— Continued. 

Cow boy. Front view of cow boy 
seated on horse with arms folded. (I 
25072, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

University art shop, Evanston, 111. 

[11873 
Hol]y tree; panel design. (I 25156, 
Apr. 13, 1908.) 

Van Nostrand (A. G.), Boston, Mass. 
[11874, 11875 

AYorkers series. 3. Two men in the 
act of drilling a hole, one standing 
with uplifted hammer about to strike. 
(I 24984, Feb. 15, 1908.) 

4. A man astride the ridge pole 

of a roof under construction, attach- 
ing a rope with his right hand. ( I 
24985, Feb. 15, 1908.) 

Vernon (Alpiionse Jacob), New York, 
N. Y. [11876 

Defenders (The). A young woman 
stands at the left side of a wheel 
mounted brass cannon. < I 249ni , Mar. 
IS, 1908; 1 photo. Mar. 27, 1908.) 

Vernon (Emil), New York, N. Y. 

I11S77 
Bunch of violets. Bead and should- 
ers of young woman with light hair. 
Wears large black hal . . . holds bunch 
of violets to her face. <T 2502S, Apr. 

2, 1908.) 

Volk (Douglas), Center Lovell, Mo. 
[11878, 118T9 

Lincoln (Abraham) portrait in oil 
colors. Head and shoulders nearly in 
profile. (I 2518S, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

Winter walk. A young girl nearly 
in profile, half length, life size . . . 
white tain o'shanter on her head . . . 
carries a dark muff. (I 25115, Apr. 

8. 190S.) 

Walker (Horatio), New York, N. Y. 

[11880 

Enchanted sty. Circe and the 

friends of Ulysses. Eveuing effect 

with the rising moon. (I 25117, Apr. 

9, 1908.) 

Wallace (Louis Davenport), Chi- 
cago, 111. , [11881 

Wesley (John) Bust. (I 24990, 
Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Waltham piano co., Milwaukee. Wis. 

[11882 
Sweet music. Musician playing the 
piano while ethereal, shadowy figure 
of a woman rises as a vision, person- 
am: music. (I 24829, Mar. 19, 1908.) 



Walz (Edw. A.) & co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. [11883, 11884 

Queer home : by Ben Austrian. Two 
small chicks in a cocoanut shell. (I 
24943, Mar. 26, 1908.) 

Lilacs and roses. On table or shelf, 
stems protruding from left hand side. 
(I 24953, Mar. 25, 1908.) 

Waters (Lily Cummings), New York, 
N. Y. [11885, 11SS6 

Girl in fancy custom, carrying bas- 
ket of flowers on arm, wearing large 
hat. (I 24S05, Mar. 14, 190S.) 

Girl in fancy costume, wearing 
large bonnet, carrying bouquet. (I 
24S04, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Weioall (Gerald John Villiers), 
Kamsgate. England. [11887 

Qenee (Mademoiselle) as Goppelia. 
Mile. Genee in ballet costume poised 
on toes of left foot. (I 24835, Mar. 
20, LI 

Wkkling (J.)i Los Angeles, Cal. 

1 1 1 388 

Enlightenment of the world: half 

sphere of world upon which stands The 

figure of Christ with arms extended 

from sides. (I 24789, Mat-. 10, 1908.) 

Whitehead & Hoag co.. Newark, N.J. 
[11889,11891 

Monarch of the forest Late fall 
e oil a hillside, male moose stands 
in the foreground. (I 24830, Mar. 19. 
1908.) 

Rosalind. Prettyglrl showing teeth: 
she wears white leghorn hat. with veil 
tied under her chin. «I 24832, Mar. 
in. 11)08.) 

Virginia. Pretty girl with light 
navy hair hanging down her back, 
drapery over shoulders. (I 24831, 
Mar. 19, 1008.) 

Williams (Jno.^, inc.. New York. 
N.Y. [11892 

Placque with Singer tower and 
building in low relief. Placque or tray 
of oval shape shows a twisted thread 
. . . top and bottom with knots. (I 
25154, Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Wilson (Frederick), Briarcliff Manor, 
N.Y. [11S93-11V- 

St. Catherine of Alexandria. St. 
Catherine seated on stone, with book 
on her lap, background of Egyptian 
freize. (I 24981, Mar. 30, 1908. 1 

St. Elizabeth of Hungary. An inci- 
dent in her life in which the food she 
was taking to the poor was trans- 
formed into roses. (I 249S2. Mar. 90, 
190S.) 



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181 



Wilson ( Frederick ) — Continued. 

St. George; by F. Wilson. Figure 
clothed in bearskin with club and 
shield, the figure of St. George is in 
bright armour. (I 24942, Mar. 26, 
1908.) 

St. James the Great. St. James 
bound with cords and soldier in ar- 
mour who kneels to receive the kiss. 
(I 249S0, Mar. 30, 1908.) 

St. Lucia; by F. Wilson. A draped 
figure with lamp and reed against a 
dark background. (I 24941, Mar. 26, 
1908.) 

St. Patrick; by F. Wilson. Figure 
in ecclesiastical garments? with book in 
right hand and crosier in left. (I 
24940, Mar. 26, 190S.) 

Wilson (Linxie Lewis i. River Falls, 
Wis. [11899 

Ambition. Female figure, Greek dra- 
pery in white, one foot on first round 
of ladder, arm grasping an upper 
round. (I 25011, Apr. 2, 190S; 1 photo. 
Mar. 20, 1908.) 

Wilson (Melva Beatrice), New York, 
X. Y. [11900 

St. Patrick, man clothed in a bish- 
op's robes, holding a shamrock. (I 
24S03, Mar. 14, 1908.) 

Witkowski (Karl). Yailsburg, X. J. 
[11901-11903 

Hustlers (The). Three boys at foot 
of elevated railway calling out papers. 
(I 25116, Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Xewsboy; by K. Witkowski. Boy 
with bundle of papers under his arm, 
back ground is foggy. (I 24960, Mar. 
27, 1908.) 

Sweethearts. Summer landscape, 
Wide road shaded by trees, standing 
under trees . . . are a little boy and 
a girl, boy offering a pink carnation to 
the girl. (I 25197, Apr. 14. 1908.) 

Wolff (Louis) & co.. ltd., London, 

England. [11904-11909 

After day's work is done: by Paul 

Jackman. Pathway by side of river, 



Wolff ( Louis j & co., ltd. — Continued. 
I girl leading horse on which man is 
sitting. (I 24862, Mar. 20, 1908: 1 
i photo. Feb. 25, 3908.) 

After spring shower; by Paul Jack- 
man. Bank of a river, boy resting 
under tree, girl standing beside him. 
(1 24861, Mar. 20, 1908; 1 photo. Feb. 
25, 1908.) 

Canterbury cathedral : by Stuart 
Lloyd. Cathedral on far side of river 
with several boats and barges in fore- 
ground. (I 24S63. Mar. 20, 190S; 1 
photo. Feb. 25, 1908.) 

Christchurch priory : by Stuart 
Lloyd. Tower of the abbey with the 
priory itself, three boats in foreground. 
( I 24864, Mar. 20, 1908 : 1 photo. Feb. 
25, 1908.) 

Love at first sight; by Arthur J. 
Elsley. Three little girls and little 
boy holding collie dog tightly. (I 
24S65, Mar. 20, 1908 ; 1 photo. Feb. 25, 
1908.) 

Mill meadow ; by Yeend King. Two 
girls, one standing with pail in her 
hand, other seated on plank bridge 
which crosses stream. (I 24834, Mar. 
20, 1908; 1 photo. Feb. 29, 1908.) 

Woolf (S. J.), Xew York, N. Y. 

[11910 
Mark Twain. Portrait of Samuel 

Clemens seated in a chair, holding a 
book. (I 24964, Mar. 27, 1908.) 

World's dispensary medical assn., 
Rochester. X. Y. [11911 

Last hope. Tempestuous ocean, a 
ship on fire, in foreground six men in 
a boat, probably life savers, rowing to- 
wards burning vessel. (I 24933, Mar. 
25, 1908.) 

Wortham (Marcus C), Lerna. 111. 

[11912 

True Vine and the twelve apostles. 

A grape-vine the branches of which are 

formed by the names of the apostles. 

(I 24787, Mar. 11, 1908.) 



Number of entries of Fine Arts completed by deposit of 1 photograph each 
and included in the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1908 1.222 



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LIBEAET OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
AND OF JUNE 30, 1906 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 3 

Nos. 19-22 

IfcEAY, 1908 



WASHINGTON 

ERNMENT PMNTINC OFFICE 

1908 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 



TWO ALPHABETS. 

I. Containing Class F, Engravings, Cuts and Prints; Class G, Chromos and Litho- 
graphs ; Class H, Photographs. 

II. Containing Class I, Fine Arts (Paintings, Drawings, Statues, Statuary and Models 
or Designs intended to be perfected as works of the Fine Arts). 

The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week, but to avoid the inconvenience 
of a number of small alphabets of different subjects all the entries for Engravings, Cuts 
and Prints, Chromos and Lithographs, and Photographs, completed since the last issue, 
are arranged here in a single monthly alphabet. The entries for Fine Arts will be found 
in a separate alphabet following this. 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

The entries marked thus * are such as have been delayed inclusion in the Catalogue on 
account of necessary correspondence. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
receipt of copies is always omitted when the copies are received on the day of entry. 
The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would road : Copyright by W. A. Akin. 
Pewaukee, Wis. Class F, XXc no. 64870, April 25, 1908 ; 2 copies received April 25, 
1908. 



Akin (W. A.), Pewaukee, Wis. 

[11913-11917 
Pewaukee lake, Wis. [1-5] (F 
G4870-64874, Apr. 25, 1908.) 

American-Examiner, New York, N. Y. 
[11918-11941 
Among the Puebloes. (F 64701, Apr. 
20, 1908.) 

At a broncho busting contest. (F 
64889, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

At last. (F 64886, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Isn't Dotty Dimple the cute little 
thing. (F 64888, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

(F 65240, May 11, 1908.) 

Jimmy. (F 64504, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

(F 64699, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

(F 64887, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

(F 65110, May 4, 1908.) 

(F 65238, May 11, 1908.) 

Katzenjamers sing a song of sinkers. 
(F 65241, May 11, 1908.) 

Last straw. (F 64702, Apr. 20, 
1908.) 

H double o-1-i-g-a-n spells Hooligan. 
(F 64890, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Ha! Ha! Also Haw! Haw! (F 
65113, May 4, 1908.) 

Number four! (F 65111, May 4, 

1908.) 

Resolved bv B. B. (F 65243, May 

11, 1908.) 



American-Examiner — Continued. 

Royal game of Wooz. (F 64502, 
Apr. 13, 1908.) 

Ship ahoy. (F 64501, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

(F 64698, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

(F 65112, May 4, 1908.) 

Showing how the royal game of 
Wooz ends. (F 64700, Apr. 20, 1908.) 
That dear Leon doesn't mend mat- 
ters much. (F 65239, May 11, 1908.) 
This happened in San Francisco. 
(F 64503, Apr. 13, 190S.) 

Those poor innocent Rackety Rax 
boys. (F 64505, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

American- Journal-Examiner. New 

York, N. Y. [11942-12026 

Braggo the monk. (F 64609. Apr. 

16, 1908.) 

First in war, first in peace. (F 

64661, Apr. 18, 1908.) 

(F 64695, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

(F 64876, Apr. 25, 1908.) 

(F 64998, Apr. 29, 1908.) 

Groucho the monk. (F 64498, Apr. 
13, 1908.) 

(F 64597, Apr. 15, 1908.) 

(F 64759, Apr. 21, 1908.) 

(F 64854, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

(F 64895, Apr. 27, 190S.) 

(F 65002, Apr. 29, 1908.) 

(F 65105, May 4, 1908.) 

(F 65134, May 5, 1908.) 

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184 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



American- Jourxal-Examixer — Cont'd. 

(F 65170, May 7. 1908.) 

(F 65236, May 11, 1908.) 

Hall Room boys. (F 64601, Apr. 15. 

l!»ns., 

(F 64659, Apr. 18, 1908.) 

(F 64696, Apr. 20. 1008.) 

(F 64821, Apr. 22, 1908.) 

(F 64880, Apr. 25, 1908.) 

(F 64881, Apr. 25, 1908.) 

(F 65031, Apr. 30, 1908.) 

(F 65108, May 4. 1908.) 

(F 65178, May 8, 1908.) 

I'd rather sidestep than waltz. (F 
65084, May 2, 1908.) 

T sec by the papers, i P 64497, Apr. 

13, 1908.) 

(F 64819, Apr. 22, 1908.) 

King Kazooks. I !" 64499, Apr. 13, 

1908.) 

(F 64656, Apr. is. 1908.) 

(F 64855, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

(F 64894, Apr. 27. 1908.) 

(F 65085, May 2, 1906.) 

— - (F 65106, May 4, 1908.) 

(F 65157, Mny 6, 1908.) 

Merry widow limerick. (F 65169, 

May 7,1908.) 

Merry widower. (F 64758, Apr. 21, 

1908.) 

,F 65003, Apr. 29, 1908.) 

(F 65087, May 2. 1908.) 

Mr. Jack. (F 64606, Apr. 16, 1908.) 

(F 64853, Apr. 2: ( >. 190 

(F 65000, Apr. 29, 19ns., 

(F 65086, May 2, 1908.) 

(F 65104, May 4, 1908.) 

Mrs. Trubbell. (F 64658, Apr. 18, 

1908.) 

Monopoly auto race, (F 0-l^7'.>. Apr. 
25, Phis.) 

Monopoly Lodge. (F 64608, Apr. 
10, 1908.) 

Mysterious stranger. (F 05135, 
May 5, 1908 A 

Oh. what's the use. (F 65156, May 
0, 190>. ) 

(F 0521 5. May 9. 1908.) 

Political situation in a nutshell. 

(F 04600, Apr. 15, 1908.) 

Rhymo the monk. (F 04002. Apr. 
15. 1908.) 

(F 04057. Apr. IS. 1908.) 

(F 04000, Apr. 18, 1908.) 

(F ('4820. Apr. 22. 1908.) 



Americax- Jourxal-Examixer — Cont'd. 

iF 64878, Apr. 25. 190 

(F 65030, Apr. 30, 190S.) 

(F 65109, May 4. 190S.) 

(F 65155, May 0, 1908.) 

(F 65217, May 9. 190S.) 

Sorrows of Satan. (F 64697, Apr. 

20, 1908.) 

Spring has came. (F 04607, Apr. 
16, 1908.) 

Surest thing you know. (F 6 
Apr. 27. II 

- 01, Apr. 29, 1908.) 

i F 65029, Apr. :;<>. 191 

(F 65107, May 4. 1908.) 

(F 66132, May 5. 190& > 

I ;• 65154, May 0. 190! 

(F 65216, May 9. 1908.) 

(F 65235, May 11. 1908.) 

Uncle Sam's comic supplement. 

65177, May 8, 1908.) 

Uproar a; the In bad club. (F 
12, Apr. ::«'. ipos. i 

We are governed by newspa] 
64891, Apr. 27. 1908.) 

When the town raey. (F 

<;|s77. Apr. 25, L908.) 

When women pet their rights. (F 
64756, Apr. 21. L908.) 

Whole ! family. (F 64500, 

Apr. L3, II 

i F 64599, Apr. 15. 1908.) 

I r 64757, Apr. 21. 1908.) 

( F 64893, Apr. 27. 190 

i F 64999, Apr. 29, 191 

(F 651< 

iF 65171, May 7. 1906.) 

Wouldn'1 it make a donkey and au 
el< phaut Dial. i F c-5179. M. 

P. MIS.) 

Wouldn't it make you mad. (F 
64760, Apr. 21. 1908.) 

, f 65237, May 11. 1908.) 

Yes. here we art- again. I F l 

Apr. 1.".. 1! 

American MUTOSCOPE & BIOGRAPH CO.. 
Now York. X. Y. T12027-12030 

His da v of rest. (H 110428, May 9, 

Hulda'S lovers. (H 109471, Apr. 16, 
1908.) 

Kind's messenger, ill 109927, Apr. 
2s. 1908.) 

Sculptor's nightmare, ill 110169, 
May 4. 1908. I 



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nos. 19-22, May, 1908 



185 



American stereoscopic co., Now York. 

N. Y. [12031-12033 

A 29775. (H 105411, Jau. 23, 1908.*) 

A 65985, A 66458. (H 109780. 109781, 

Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Anderson (Charles Henry), Minne- 
apolis, .Minn. [12034-12037 

Arrival of spring. (H 109999, Apr. 
30, 1908.) 

Easter offerings. (H 109998, Apr. 
30, 1908.) 

Fair lillies. (H 109996, Apr. 30, 
1908; 2 c. May 1, 1908.) 

Ruth. (H 109997, Apr. 30, 1908.) 

Ararat temple a. a. o. x. m. s., Kansas 
City, Mo. [12038 

Ararat temple, Kansas City, Mo. (F 
65254, Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Archibald (Orson), Indianapolis, Ind. 

[12039, 12040 

Indiana State school for deaf, main 

building, school building. (H 10974:5, 

109744, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Arnold (Richard J.), Del Monte, Cal. 

[12041 
Monterey bay. 1. (H 110454, May 
11. 1908.) 

Associated literary press. New York, 

N. Y. [12042-12046 

Muffy Shuffles. (F 64515, Apr. 13, 

1908.) 

(F 64734, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

(F 64902, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

(F 65083, May 2, 1908.) 

— (F 65214, May 9. 190S.) 

Bandholtz (Fred J.), Des Moines, 
Iowa. [12047-12051 

Ft. Des Moines, army post. (H 
109551, Apr. 20, 190S ; 2 c. Apr. 15, 
1908.) 

2nd U. S. cavalry. 1-4. (H 

11 0165-1101 68, May 4, 190S.) 

Barker (J. A.), Canandaigua. N. Y. 

[12052 
St. Johns Episcopal choir. (H 
1.10104. May 4, 190S ; 2 c. Apr. 28, 
1908.) 

Barnes (A. S.) & co.. New York, N. Y. 
[12053-12057 
Keyboards, A. B flat, C, D, F. (F 
65053-65058, Apr. 18. 1908.) 

Barnwell (J. CO, Seattle. Wash. 

[12058 
Mount Rainier, in the shadow of. 
(H 109777, Apr. 27. 190S.) 



Barrett (Jas. A.), Sheridan. Wyo. 

[12059 
Wyoming beauties. (H 109820, Apr. 
27, 1908.) 

Barton & Spooner, Cornwall-on-Hud- 
i. X. Y. [12060, 12061 

Cornwall and Cornwall-on-Hudson, 
N. Y., birdseye view. 

Cornwall, X. Y., Northern gatewav 
of the Highlands. A 699. 

(H 110164, 110163, May 4, 1908: 2 c. 
of each Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Bauer gas fixture works. Philadel- 
phia, Pa. H 2062-12065 
Durability. (F 64857, Apr. 18, 

1908.) 

[ntegrity. (F 64859, Apr. 18, 1908.) 
Patriotic. (F 64858, Apr. 18, 1908.) 
Simplicity. (F 64856, Apr. IS, 

1908. ) 
2 c. of each Apr. 28, 1908. 

Bayonne patriotic monument ass'n. 
Bayonne, N. J. [12066 

Bayonne. N. J. Soldiers and sail- 
ors monument. HI 109356, Apr. 3, 
1908: 2 c. Mar. 28, 190S.*) 

Beaty k'has. a.). Chicago, 111. 

[12067-12070 

Absence makes the heart grow 
fonder. (G 18554, Apr. 8, 190? 

Child's prayer. (G 18555, Apr. 8. 
1908.) 

Coming through the rye. (G 
18556. Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Little Red Riding Hood. (G 18553, 
Apr. 8. 1908.) 

2 c. of each Apr. 27, 1908. 

Beckquist & Reid, Muskagon. Mich. 

[12071, 12072 

Hackley square and St. Pauls church. 
(H 109646, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

One hours catch before breakfast. 
(H 109645. Apr. 23, 190S.) 

Beers (Nathan T.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 
[12073-12076 
Aeroplane. 1-4. (H 109659-109662, 
Apr. 24, 1908.) 

Benedict (Henery I.), Lvun. Mass. 

[12077 
Lynn police force. (H 110466. May 
12, 1908.) 

Berger-Levrault et C°, Paris, France. 

[1207S-120S1 

Paraboles (Les), par Eugene Bur- 

nand. [1-4] (F 64832-64835, Apr. 

23, 1908.) 



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Bird's-eye view pub. co. (inc.), Den- 
ver, Colo. [12082, 12083 
Denver union stock yards. 
Denver's White way. 
(F 64851, 64852, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

Bishop (A. Allyn), Newport, Vt. 

[120S4. 120S5 

Prouty (Hon. Chas. A.) 1, 2. (H 
109620, 109621, Apr. 22, 1908.) 
Bit & spur pub co., Chicago, 111. 

[12086 

Whoop. (F 65088, May 4, 1908.) 
Bituminous coal co.. Knoxville, Tenn. 

[12087 

Kramor coal. (H 110232. May 6. 
1908.) 
Bond (Geo. W.), Wheaton, 111. 

[12088-12091 

Good bye sweetheart. (H 110162. 
May 4, 1908.) 

If you are no one's sweetheart. (H 
109643, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

Lily and the sunbeam. (II 109489, 
Apr. 17, 190S.) 

Love makes tlio world go 'round. 
(H 109490, Apr. 17, 1908.) 
Bonnie (Robt. K.), Honolulu, Hawaii. 
[12092-12094 

Frear ( Walter F. ) 1-3. ( H 1 10190- 
110192, May 4, 190S.) 
Book news monthly, Philadelphia, Pa. 

[12095 

Chasseur; [by] Alphonse de Xeu- 
ville. (F 64S13, Apr. 22. 19< 
Boyle (John J.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[12096 

St. Vincent blessing the Sisters of 
Charity. (H 109655, Apr. 24, 190S.) 
Briggs (Ernest L.), Chicago, 111. 

[12097 

Red cat poster. (G 1S552, Apr. 30, 
1908.) 
Britton & Ray, San Francisco, Gal. 

[1209S 

California's reception to the fleet. 
(F 63584, Mar. 16, 190S ; 2 c. Apr. 30, 
1908.) 
Brock (Nace), Asheville, N. C. [12099 

Asheville, N. C. (H 110305, May S, 
190S.) 
Brown (A. T.), Riverside, Cal. [12100 

Balanced rock, Mt. Rubidoux. (H 
108478, Apr. 6, 190S ; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
190S. :|: ) 
Brown (Edgar B.), Waltham, Mass. 

[12101-12105 

Boston public library and tulips. 
(H 109572, Apr. 20, 190S.) 

Concord, Mass., Sleepy Hollow ceme- 
tery. (H 109576, Apr. 20, 1908.) 



Brown (Edgar B.) — Continued. 

Golden pumpkin field. (H 109573, 
Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Harvest time. (H 109574, Apr. 30, 
1908.) 

Jolly cobbler. (H 109575, Apr. 20, 
1908.) 

Puck (Geo. V.), Washington, D. C. 

[12106-12116 

Brown (Elmer) 1. ( H 109895, Apr. 
27, 190S.) 

Dawson (Hon. Albert F.) 1, 2. 
(H 109S96, 109S97. Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Ferris (Hon. Scott) 1, (H 110016 
Apr. 30, 1908.) 

Hourv (Hon. Robt L.) 1-3. (H 
109898-109900, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

McCreary (Hou. Jas. B.) 1. (H 
; 11 001 8. Apr. 30, II 

O'Connell (Rt. Rev. D. J.) 1. (H 
109901, Apr. 27. 1908.) 

2. ( H 11 < tOl 9, A pr. 30. 1908. ) 

Taft (Hon. Wm. H.) 1. (H 110017, 
Apr. 30. 1908.) 

Buck (J. w. i. Wilmington, X. C. 

[12117 
Wilmington, X. C, St. James' Epis- 
copal church, Master morning. (H 
L10088, May 2. 1908.) 

Budd (Alice KA, Glenorn. X. Y. 

[1211S 
Glenora, Seneca lake. X. Y. (H 
L09637, Apr. l 1 .:. 1908; 2 c. Apr. 7, 
L908.) 

Bullock (William), Cleveland, Ohio. 
[12119, 12120 

Collinwood school fire. 

Collinwood school fire funeral. 

(H 107814, 107815. Mar. 23, 1908: 
2 c. of each. Apr. 27. 190S.) 

Bunnell (S. U.), Calexico, Cal. 

[12121 
Bungalow hotel porch. (H 109412, 
Apr. 15, 1908.) 

Bunnell (S. U.)s Pasadena, Cal. 

[12122 
Last davs of Chief Hyronom, Coco- 
pah. (H 110210, May 5, 190S.) 

Bunnell (W. A.), Decatur, Tex. 

[12123-12126 

Athenaeum literary society, D. B. C. 
'08. (H 109653, Apr. 23. 1908.) 

Erosophian literary society, D. B. 
C. '08. (H 109652. Apr. 23. 1908.) 

Palladian literary society, D. B. C. 
"OS. (H 109651, Apr. 23. 190SA 

Philomatheon literary society, D. B. 
C. 'OS. (H 109650. Apr. 23, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



187 



nos. 19-22, May, 1908 



Burkholdee (Mrs. M. C), Harrison- 
burg, Va. [12127-12129 
Big spring. (F 65257, May 11, 

1908.) 

Second courthouse. (F 65255, May 

11, 1908.) 
Third courthouse. (F 65256, May 

11, 1908.) 
2 c. of each May 1, 1908. 

Burr pub. co., New York, N. Y. 

[12130, 12131 

Halt for lunch. (F 65063, May 1, 
1908.) 

Kittens. (F 65026, Apr. 30, 1908.) 

Bussian (Henry H.), Chicago, 111. 

[12132 
College theatre. (H 110314, May 
9, 1908.) 

Butler (Mary Louisa), Chicago, 111. 

[12133 
Consider the lilies. (H 107357, Mar. 
13, 1908; 2 c. May 1, 1908.) 

Camp (H. B.) co., Chicago, Hi. 

[12134 
To the tournament. (F 64605, Apr. 
16, 1908.) 

Campbell art co., Elizabeth, N. J. 

[12135-12130 

New acquaintances. (F 64885, Apr. 
27, 1908.) 

Prophet of the tribe. 7250. (F 
64884, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Carter, Albert, Los Angeles, Cal. 

[12137 
Forest of candy on the Arizona 
desert. (F 65140, Apr. 21, 1908; 2 c. 
Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Carter (H. H.) Lockport, 111. 

[12138-12141 

Dellwood park, East bridge, upper 
basin. (H 110462, May 11, 1908.) 

Sanitary district power station. (H 
110461, May 11, 1908.) 

Lockport, 111., St. Dennis church, in- 
terior. (H 109947, Apr. 28, 1908.) 

(H 110306, May 8, 1908.) 

Celebrity art co., Boston, Mass. 

[12142-12151 
Admiration. — Adoration. — Chrysan- 
themum. — Dreaming. — Jugglers 
dream. — Roman lovers. — Sorrow. — 
Sweet sixteen. — Two sisters. — You 
can't beat it. [10 photographs.] (H 
109391-109400, Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Chamber of commerce, Troy, N. Y. 

[12152 
Come. Troy, N. Y. Week, Sept. 
6-9, '08. (F 65139, May 5, 1908.) 



Church (John) co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
[12153-12162 
America. — Bohemia. — England. — 
France. — Germany. — Hungary. — 
Italy. — Japan. — Poland. — Spain. . [10 
prints.] (F 65143-65152, May 6, 1908.) 

City coal co., Hartford, Conn. [12163 

Hartford, Conn. New stone bridge 

crossing the Connecticut river. (F 

64158, Apr. 2, 1908 ; 2 c. Apr. 24, 1908.) 

Claek (C. H.), St. Johnbury, Vt. 

[12164 

What some people think of New 

Hampshire. (F 64551, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

Clark (J. Maxwell), North Hadley, 

Mass. [12165 

Hadley, Mass., First Congregational 

church, spire and weather-cock. (H 

110238, May 6, 1908.) 

Clemens (U. S. G.), Cincinnati, Ohio. 

[12166 
Old year out. (H 109413, Apr. 15, 

1908.) 

Clinedinst (B. M.), Washingtou, D. C. 
[12167-12178 

Bryce (Mrs. James) (H 109557, 
Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Cannon (Hon. J. G.) 6, 7. (H 
109558, 109559, Apr. 20, 1908. 

Elkins (Sen. S. B.) (H 109553, Apr. 
20, 190S.) 

New Greek minister. (H 109560, 
Apr. 20, 1908.) 

McLean (Mrs. Donald) 9-11. (H 
109561-109563, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Meyer (Postmaster General von L.) 
2-4. (H 109554-109556, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Roosevelt (Theodore), jr. in a bal- 
loon. (H 109654, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

Cole (Bion F.), Lincoln, Nebr. 

[12179 
Two of America's great essentials 
to peace and prosperity. (G 17897, 
Jan. 2, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 15, 1908.) 

Coovebt (John Calvin), Memphis, 

Tenn. [12180 

Memphis hospital medical college, 

senior class, 1907-1908. (H 110066, 

May 1, 1908.) 

Courier co. of Buffalo, Buffalo, N. Y. 
[12181, 12182 

Gorton's minstrels, nesro head and 
cake walk. (G 18492, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

20 camel team. Ringling bros. (G 
18472, Apr. 9, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 10, 1908.) 



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Crawford, McGregor & Canby co., 
Dayton, Ohio. [12183, 12184 

Discomfort and comfort. (H 109420, 
Apr. 15, 1908.) 

Old style and the Tredstrate. (F 
64587, Apr. 15, 1908.) 

Currier (C. B.), New York, N. Y. 

[12185 
Chamberlain (Esther). (H 109500. 
Apr. IS, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston, Mass. 

[12186-12195 

Cattle ; bv Constant Troy an. 8 by 
10, 11 by 14. 

Passage du 6u6; by J. B. C. Corot. 
8 by 10, 11 by 14. 

Pool (The) : by J. B. C. Corot. 11 
by 14. 

Spring landscape; by J. B. C. Corot 
8 by 10, 1 1 by 14. 

Sunset: by O. F. Daubigny. 11 
by 14. 

Trout stream; by E. 1. Couse. s by 

10, 11 by 14. 

(II 109810-109819, Apr. 27. 1908.) 

Cutler PUB. Co.. Newtonvllle, .Muss. 

[12196 
Quiet Hughes fits the s1k.cs. i f 
65010. Apr. 29, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 23, 
1908.) 

Cutter (Charles F.), Tacoma, Wash. 

[12197 
Washington (Cruiser) in Tacoma 
harbor. (II 109968, Apr. 29, 1908.) 

Dabb (B. I.), Fe Mars, Iowa. 

[12198-12201 
Alton, Iowa, Laying the corner stone 
of St. Marv's catholic church. 1-4. 
(H 110475-110478, May 12, 1008.) 

Davis (Wabben B.), New York, N. Y. 

[12202 
When the heart calls. (H 110251, 
May 7, 1908.) 

Davis & Eickemeyeb, New York. N. Y. 
T12203-12215 
Study. 1-13. (H 109424-109436, 
Apr. 15, 1908.) 

De Mange (L. B.), Nevada. Iowa. 

[12216, 12217 

Nevada, Iowa. Bird'seye view. (H 
110447, May 11. 190S; 2 c. Apr. 28, 
1908.) 

M. E. church. (H 11044S, May 

11, 1908.) 



Demarest (Franklin Pierce), Bloom- 
field. N. J. [12218 
American madonna. (H 109745, 
Apr. 27, 190S.) 

Denver post, Denver, Colo. 

[12219-12237 
Adventures of the little Post Want- 
ad. (F 04021. Apr. 16, 1908.) 

(F 64836, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

(P 65028, Apr. 30, 1908.) 

(F 65168, May 7, 1908.) 

Doc. Bird and Hum Dinger en route. 
(F 64570, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

i V 64943, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

(F 65099, May 4, 1908.) 

(F 65251, May 11, 1908.) 

Foundation. (F 05250, May 11, 

Just yarns. (F 01068, Apr. 20, 

i I 65027, Apr. 30, 1908.) 
New menu. (F 64945, Apr. 27, 

1908.) 
Ragweed reflections of an ex-Hoo- 

sier. (F 64869, Apr. 25, 190S.) 

(F 65123, May 5, 1908.) 

Zoo-Zakis. (F 64667, Apr. 20, 190S.) 

- 50, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

i F 64908, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

(F 64944, Apr. 27. 1908.) 

(F 66062, May 1, 1908.) 

: ATI YE SUPPLY CO., De- 
tail. Midi. [12238 

Art. . F 64560, Apr. 10, 1908.) 
Detroit pub. co.. Detroit. Mich. 

[12239-12252 

Albany, N. Y.. boy's academy. (H 
109567, Apr. 20, 190 

Chicago drainage canal and con- 
trolling works, ill 109566, Apr. 20, 
1908.) 

Detroit, Mich., Hotel Pontchartrain. 
(H 109826, Apr. 27. 190$ 

Lookout nit. and Cravens house. 
Tenn. I II 109568, Apr. 20. 1908.) 

Mackinack island. Mich. [1, 2] (H 
109569, 109570, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Now York, N. Y. [1-4] (H 109822- 
109825, Apr. 27. 1908.) 

Old Faithful geyser. (H 109122. 
Apr. 15, 19 

Perilous waters. (H 109421. Apr. 
.15, 1908.) 

Roosevelt (Theodore). (II 109801, 
Apr. 27. 1908.) 

William Livingstone (S. S.). (H 
11000s. Apr. 30, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



189 



Bos. 19-22, May, 1908 



De Zavala (A din a) 
Tex. 



Deuble (Charles G.), Canton, Ohio. 

[12253 
Canton, Ohio, a vista of McKinley 
national memorial. (F 65116, May 5, 
1908.) 

San Antonio. 
[12254 

Where the heroes died ; Alamo, San 
Antonio, Tex. (F 64654, Apr. 18, 
1908.) 
Dick & Dodge, Newark, N. Y. [12255 

Wait till I catch that peacock. (F 
64622. Apr. 17, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 13, 
1908.) 

Dickinson (Alice Margaret), Moil- 
treat, N. C. [12256-12275 

Brushy covered with frost. (H. 
110437, May 9, 1008.) 

Cane Creek mts. [1-5] (H 109969- 
109973, Apr. 29, 1908.) 

Land-scape from Rainbow terrace, 
(H 100974, Apr. 29, 1908.) 

Montreat, N. C. [1-6] (H 109975- 
1099S0, Apr. 29, 1908.) 

[7-13] (H 110429-110135, May 

9. 1908.) 

Dorr (C. J.), Pocomoke City, Md. 

[12276 

Makemie monument. (H 110446, 
May 6, 1908.) 
Doty (E. E.), Belding, Mich. 

[12277-12280 

Enla S. (H 110322, May 9, 1908.) 

Lichtenauer (Mrs.) (H 110325, May 
9. 190S.) 

Marie. (H 110323, May 9, 1908.) 

Warner (Gov. Fred M.) (H 110324, 
May 9, 1908.) 

Douglas (William), North Bend, 
Oreg. [12281-12285 

North Bend water front. (H 1093S7, 
Apr. 14, 1908.) 

North Bend wharf. (H 109388, Apr. 
14. 190S.) 

On the Coquille. (H 109946. Apr. 
2S, 190S.) 

Peaceful bav. (H 109389, Apr. 14, 
190S.) 

Seaward bound. (H 109390, Apr. 
14, 1908.) 
Doust (I. U.), Syracuse, N. T. [12286 

Syracuse high school, second 1908 
graduating class. (H 109487, Apr. 17, 
1908.) . 
Dubas (John), Baltimore, Md. 

[12287 

Baltimore, Md., Johns Hopkins hos- 
pital, wards D-I, and maternity. (H 
109622, Apr. 22, 1908.) 



[Noton (Wm W.), Weston. W. 
Va. [12288-15 

Webster Springs, W. Va. [1-3] (H 
110290-110292, May 7, 1908.) 

Dwobshak (Louis), Duluth, Minn. 
Ski girl. [12291 

(H 110445, May 11, 1908.) 

cone <<■.!. Chicago, 111. Give us 
Ro< [12292 

(F 64666, Apr. 20. 1908; 2 c. Mar. 
24. 190 

Edgebton (R. L.), Fremont. Nebr. 

[12293-12297 

Chimney, five photographic views 

looking from. (F 110089-110093, Apr. 

30. 1908; 2 c. of each Apr. 22. 1908.) 

Edison manufacturing co., Orange. 
N. J. [12298-1231 6 

Bridal couple dodging cameras. 1-6. 
(H 110243-11024S. May 6, 1908.) 

Merry widow waltz craze. 1-6. (H 
109962-109967, Apr. 29, 1908.) 

Nero and i lio burning of Rome. 1-7. 
(H 109629-109635, Apr. 22, 1908.) 

Edwards (Anna M.). Fayette. Iowa. 
[12317, 12318 
Fayette, Iowa, view of college cam- 
pus. A-C. (H 109773, 109774. Apr. 
27. 19 

Edwardy < F. W.), Atlanta. Ga. [12319 
Whiskey in the lime light. (F 59541. 
Nov. 11, 19i»7: 2 c. May 9, 1908.) 

Elson <A. W.i & co.. Boston, Mass. 

[12320 
Mill (The): bv Emil Van Marcke. 
(H 109571, Apr. 20. 190S : 2 c. Apr. IS. 
1908.) 

Emerson (Moses M.), Ellensburg, 

Wash. [12321 

Colman falls. (H 110069. May 2, 

190S; 2 c. Apr. 20. 190S.) 

Emmet (W. H.). Aldridge, Mont. 

[12322-12335 

Deer, sheep, ere. 14 G, 27 G, 39 G. 
43 G. 47 G, 50 G. 56 G. (H 109358- 
109367 Apr. 14. 1908.) 

41 G. 4S G, 49 G. 59 (H 

109749-109752, Apr. 27, 190S.) 

Eppelman (Gus). Cora. Wyo. 

[12336-12338 
Calf elk. (H 11Q298, May 7, 1908.) 
Cow elk. (H 110296, May 7, 1908.) 

Snow shoe rabbit. (H 110297, May 
7, 1908.) 

2 c. of each, Apr. IS, 190S. 



190 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. IV, n. s., v. 3 



Ewart (Wm. Earl"). Topeka, Kans. 

[12339-12365 
[College pennant series] 324-343, 
345-351. (F 04707-64733, Apr. 20, 
1008.) 

Faber (John T.), Milwaukee, Wis. 

[12366 
Seeing Milwaukee. (H 109488, Apr. 
17, 1908.) 

Faust (Chas. H.), Philadelphia, Pa. 
[12367-12379 
Ocean City, N. J. [1-13] (H 110479- 
110491, May 12, 1908.) 

Feicke (Ben), Cincinnati, Ohio. 

[12380 
Who's a prohibitionist? (F 64868, 
Apr. 25, 1908.) 

Felker (Clarence Edward), Easton, 
Pa. [12381 

Nazareth, Pa., Robert Bachman 
home. (H 110211, May 5, 1908.) 

Filene's (Wm.) sons co., Boston, 
Mass. [12382 

Our Broadway girls. (G 17376, Oct. 
9, 1907 ; 2 c. Sept. 27, 1907.* > 

Fitch (H. R.), San Diego, Cal. 

[12383-12385 

Coronado hotel. (H 109903, Apr. 27. 
190S.) 

Evans' fleet at Coronado. (H 
109902, Apr. 27, 190S.) 

San Diego from 7th & Beach sts. 
(H 109904, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

2 c. of each, Apr. 29. 1908. 

Fleischmann (Charles R.), Chi 
111. [12386 

Roosevelt (President Theodore). 

(H 109478, Apr. 16, 19uS : 2 c. Mar. 

19, 1908.) 

Fleisher brothers, Philadelphia. Pa. 

[123S7 
Fleisher clothing. (G 16273, July 8, 
1907; 2 c. July 5, 1907.*) 

Fluke (Charles E.). Chariton, Iowa. 

[12388 
Chariton, Ohio, depot. <H 109539, 
Apr. 18, 1908.) 

Foley (E. F.), New York. X. Y. 

[123S9. 12390 

Logue (Cardinal) <H 110030, May 
1, 1908.) 

Pardow (Rev. Wm. O'Brian) (H 
109952, Apr. 29, 190S.) 

Folsom (William H.), Minneapolis, 
Minn. [12391 

Publicity club banquet. (H 109477, 

Apr. 16, 1908.) 



Fournier (Paul), East Aurora, X. Y. 

[12392 
Thompson (Mr. Wm. O.) (H 
109983, Apr. 29, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 23, 
190S.) 

Fowler (T. Iff.)'. Morrisville, Pa. 

[12393 
Ocilla, Gift., bird'seye view. 190S. 
(G 185S1, May 5, 1908.) 

Franklin (IIekmena A.), Los Angeles, 
Cal. [12394 

Frank] in ( Hermena A. ) ( H 109*352, 

Apr. 11, 190S; 2 c. Mar. 30, 1908.) 

Funsten bros. & co., St. Louis, Mo. 

[12395 
Trapper of old. No Christmas din- 
ner. (F 65167. May 7. 1908; 2 <•. Apr. 
29, 190S.) 

Gabriel (Kbikeb), Union Hill, X. J. 
[12396, 
Erazoh.— Oriort. (H 100334,100333, 
Sept. 26, 1907; l c. of each Sept 7. 
1907; i c. of each Jan. 8, 190S.*) 

GABO (John IT.). Boston. M;i ss. 

[1239S-12i"-2 
Farrar (Geraldine) 1-5. (H 
109766-109759, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Gates (John B.), Barbonrville, Ky. 

[12403 
Union college campus. (H 110294, 
May B, 1908.) 

Gebhabd (John W.)i Baltimore. Md. 

Little peacemakers. (F 64157, Apr. 
2, L908; 2 c. Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Gilbert (Irwin E.), Frostbnrg, M<1. 

f1240r,-12414 
Frostbnrg, Md. [1-10]. (H 110020- 
1 L0029, Apr. 30. 1!»0,S; 2 c. of 
May 4. 190S.) 

Goldsmith (Hugo B.K San Francisco, 
Cal. [12415-1 I'll'.' 

Belle of Chinatown. — Chinatown 
hello. — Chinese beauty. — New Years 
caller.— (nit for a stroll. [5 photo- 
graphs.] (H 109472-109476, Apr. 16, 
1908.) 

Gordon (Philip), Brighton, Mass. 

[12420-12447 
Animal trainer. — Artificial delight. — 
Fool and his money soon part. — Fore- 
gone conclusion. — His meal ticket. — 
Il<>\v can he refuse. — I'll take a 
chance. — Is everybody happy. — It 
looks good to me. — Just as sure as 
shooting. — Leap year resolution. — Lost 
in admiration.— Maiden's leap-year 
proposal. — Mr. Xot-ntan and wife. — 



ENGRAVINGS. (ITS. AND PRINTS 



191 



nos. 10-22, May, 1908 



Gordon (Philip) — Continued. 
Molasses draws flies. — Moth and the 
flame. — No fool like an old fool. — Not 
yet but soon. — Old man's darling. — 
Repartee. — Same old story. — Spider 
and the fly. — Strenuous protest. — 
Stung at sea. — Waiting for Mr. Good- 
thing. — Weighty proposal. — When 
wifey's on her vacation. — Will she or 
will she not. [28 prints.] (F 64951- 
64978, Mar. 23, 1908.*) 

Gordon & Paget, bread co., Detroit, 
Mich. [12448, 12440 

Merry widow. 1, 2. (F 65174, 65175, 

May 8, 1908.) 

Gorman (J. A.), Seattle, Wash. [12450 
Seattle, Second avenue. (F 64860, 
Apr. 24, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Gotham i.itho. co., inc., New York, 

N. Y. [12451, 12152 

Colonial girl. — Little grandma. (G 

18539, 18538, Apr. 25, 1908: 2 c. of 

each Apr. 24, 1908.) 

Gowdy (M. B.), Edenton, N. C. 

[12453-1245S 

Landing catch on the battery. (H 
110303, May 8, 1908.) 

Landing the catch at night. (H 
110302, May 8, 1908.) 

Laying out incoming seine on steam- 
er. (H 110304, May 8, 190S.) 

Measuring spawn. (H 110299, May 
8, 190S.) 

Separating live from dead spawn. 
(H 110301, May 8, 1908.) 

Taking spawn from roe shad. (H 
1 J 0300, May S, 1908.) 
Graves (George S.), Springfield, Mass. 
[12459-12461 

Hartford, Conn., Elizabeth park, 
prize Shropshire sheep. (H 110045. 
May 1, 1908.) 

Mount Tom, Mass. A 166, A 167. 
(H 110043, 110044, May 1, 190S.) 

Gray lithograph co., New York, N. 

Y. [12462-12476 

Before the wind. (G 1S510, Apr. 21, 
190S. ) 

Hold me tight. (G 18496, Apr. 15, 
1908. ) 

Homeward bound. (G 1S534, Apr. 
25, 1908.) 

Lady Columbia. — Lady Harvard. — 
Lady Michigan. — Lady Pennsyl- 
vania. — Lady Princeton. — Lady Yale. 
[6 lithographs] (G 1S624-1S629. May 
13, 190S.) 

Mammey's warning. (G 18511, Apr. 
21, 1908.) 



I Gray lithograph co. — Continued. 

Old, old story. (G 18512, Apr. 21, 
1908.) 

Strictly confidential. (G 18513, Apr. 
I 21, 1908.) 

Tempting repast. (G 18514, Apr. 
21, 1908. i 

Three of us. (G 18533. Apr _" 
1908.) 

Venetian lairoon. (G 18515. Apr. 21, 
1908.) 

GKETSciiEr. (Joseph), Long Island 

City, N. Y. [12477-12478 

Black well's island bridge. (F 
64825, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

(H 1O047D. Apr. 10, 190^: _ 

Apr. 6, 190S.) 

Griffin (G. Taylor), Albany, N. Y. 

[12479 

Assembly group of the state of New 

York, 1908. (H 109821, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Grollman (I.), Chicago, 111. 

[124S0-124S2 

Dallas 190S Elk. (F 65246, Mav 11, 
1908.) 

Give us Roosevelt or give us Taft. 
(F 65244, May 11, 1908.) 

Man who made Lincoln (Nebraska) 
famous. (F 65245. May 11, 1908.) 

, Gutekunst (F.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[12483 
Busch (Carl) (H 109512. Apr. IS, 
1908.) 

Gutmann & Gutmann. New York, 
N. Y. [12484-124S7 

Exceeding the speed limit. (F 
64S1S, Apr. 22, 1908.) 

Gossip. (F 64S16, Apr. 22, 1908.) 

Little mother. (F 64S15, Apr. 22, 
1908.) 

Poodle-mobile. (F 64S17, Apr. 22, 
190S.) 

Hakkerup (N. Larson), Bemidji, 
Minn. [124SS 

Bemidji city band. (H 109733, Apr. 
25, 190S; 2 c. Apr. 6, 190S.) 

Hall (Geo. P.) & son, New York, N. Y. 

[124S9 

New York, N. Y., Broadway and 

Wall st. 6045. (H 109564. Apr. 20, 

IOCS.) 

Hammarlund & Pelletreau, Brook- 
lyn. N. Y. [12490 
Sweedish militarv band. (H 11006S, 
Apr. 29, 190S; 2 c. Apr. 17, 190S.) 



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Hammon (V. O.) pub. co-, Chicago, 111. 

[12491-12506 

Colored prints, x 46, x 48-x 00, x 

02. x 63. ( F 03281-63296, Oct. 28, 1007 : 

1 c. of each Oct. 19, 1907 ; 1 c. of each 
Feb. 1, 190S.*) 

Harney (W. D.), Tacoma, Wash. 

[I2n07 
Mount Tacoma from Mineral lake. 
A. (F 60573, Dec. 16, 1907.*) 

Harper (H. W.), Joliet, 111. 

[12508-12513 
Caruso. A-F. (H 109714-109719, 

Apr. 25, 1908.) 

Harper & bbos., New York, X. V. 

[12514, 12515 
Apemantus: Hey-day, whal n sweep 
of vanity comes iliis way. (F 64074, 
Mar. 30, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 24. 1908.) 

Timon : i prithee, beal thy drum 
and get thee gone. I F 64075, Mar. 30, 
2 c. Apr. 24, 1908.) 

Hart (Glenn), Deadwood, S. Dak. 

[12516 
Deadwood in 1876. <ll 109480, Apr. 

17. 1908; 2 c. Mar. 27, 1908.) 

Harvey (Feed), Kansas City, Mo. 

[12517 12525 

Hutchinson, Kans., New Santa Vo 

hotel, the Bisonte. a. o. i F 64693, 

« ;40H4. Apr. 20. 1908.) 

Needles, Cal., Now Santa Fe hotel. 

tarces. (F 64692, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Williams, Ariz.. Hotel Fray Marcos 

[1-6] if 64686-64691, Apr. 20,1908.) 

Hayes lithographing co., Buffalo, 

X. Y. [12526 

Fair of beauties. i<; 18548, Apr. 28, 
1908.) 

Heatox (A. G.), New York. X. Y. 

ri2r,27-i2r.2«> 
Day Spring from on high. 4] by 64;, 
6£ by 9i, 93 by 13f. (H 110100- 
110102. May 4, 100S.) 

Heilway (E. K.), Chicago, 111. [12530 
Leaders! (F 62175, Jan. 27. 190S ; 

2 c. Mar. 25, 190S.*) 

Hewitt brothers, Salem. Ohio. 

[12531-12535 
Salem, Ohio, Lincoln are. A-C. 

Shrnhhery. 1, 2. 

(H 110317-110321. May 9, 1908.) 

Hill (R.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[12536-12542 

Astoria.— Azalea. — Blue Bell. — Er- 

minie. — Iris. — Jacqueminot. — May 

queen. [7 engravings] (F 6483S- 

04844. Apr. 23. 1908.) 



Hiscock i F. J.i. Codv, Wyo. 

[12543-1! 

Great Falls. [Wyo.] (H 1"' 
Apr. 17. 1908.) 

Needle Rock. [Wyo.] (II 109481, 
Apr. 17. 1908.) 

Shoshone Dam. [Wyo.] [1-1]. (II 
109482-109485, Apr. 17, 1908.) 

2 c. of each Apr. 20, 1908. 

Hogabth (W. IT.). York Beach, Me. 

[12549, 12550 
York Beach, Me., Hastings-Lyman 

ElOtel |F 2]. (H 109353, 1<" 
Apr. 7. 1908; 2 <•. of each, Mar. 30, 
190S.) 

I ior ton iC J.i. Detroit. Mich. [12551 
Base hall bug. (F 64946, Apr. 27. 
3; 2 <•. Apr. 21. 1906.) 

Holtuu (John), N. Oakland. Cal. 

Catching a cannon ball. <il 109906, 
Apr. 27. L908; 1 c. Apr. 13. 1908: 1 c. 
Apr. 27. 1908.) 

Hobnady < J. R.i. Birmingham, Ala. 

[12653 
Professor Fan. i F 66064, Mav 1, 
P. "is : 2 c. Apr. 2 1. 1906 

v i Gut C.)i Long Beach, i 

[12564 

Atlantic fleel arriving at Long 

i, Cal., Apr. 18, 1908. (H 110193, 

May 4, 1908.) 

Howard & Brown, Rockland, Me. 

Education and thrift. (G 18 
Mar. 0. 1908; 2 c. Apr. 2.°.. 190 

Hi i! (ilixKYi. New York. N. Y. 
[12556-12 
Anto girL (F 05194. May P. 1 
Bride. (F 65192, May 9. r. ■ 
Girl with hat. (F 66190, May 9, 

S.-l.ool girl, I F 65193, May 9, 1908.) 
Soldier. (F 65191, May 9. 19« 

Ima i Tin: i. Washington, D. C. [12661 

[Mayor] des Planches (Baroness). 

IF 64663, Apr. 2. 190S : 2 c. Apr. 2, 

1908.) 

Inman iThatt C.) San Rafael, Cal. 

[12562 

San Rafael, Cal. (H 109437, Apr. 
15, 1908: 2 c. Apr. 16, 1908.) 

International rnoTOGRAFii co.. Buf- 
falo, X. Y. [12503 

Frinceton university, ill 110 
May 1. 1908.) 



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193 



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[ifTEBNATIONAL TEXTBOOK CO., Scran- 

ton, Pa. [12564r-12567 

Highway bridge details. 107-110. 
(F 64741-64744, Apr. 21, 100S.) 

Ibbeb (Andrew), jr., St. Paul, Minn. 

[12568 

Lucile in periodic poses. (H 

109906, Apr. 27, 190S ; 2 c. Apr. 17, 

1908.) 

Jackson (H. R.), Littleton, Colo. 

[12569-12573 
Vermont (U. S. S.) [1-5] (H 
110105-110109, May 2, 1908: 2 c. of 
each Apr. 17, 1908.) 

Jacob s-Stine co., Portland, Oregon. 

[12574 
Portland, Oregon, panorama of the 
residence section. (G 18541, Apr. 27, 
190s: 2 c. Apr. 13, 190S.) 

Jaeger (J. F.), Washington, Mo. 

[12575-12577 

Union, Mo., Franklin co. courthouse. 
(H 109371, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Washington, Mo. [1, 2] (IT 109372, 
109373, Apr. 6, 1908.) 

James & P.ustixell. Seattle. Wash. 

[12578-12590 

Green (Thomas E.), D. D. (H 
109760, Apr. 21, 190S.) 

Raymond (R. W.) 1. 2. (H 
109771. 109772, Apr. 24, 1908.) 

Roller (Dr. B. P.) 1-10. (H 109761- 
109770. Apr. 24, 1908.) 

JEFFEBSON (OrVILLE), KokOUlO, Illd. 

[12591-12596 
Kokomo, Ind. [1-6] (H 109727- 
109732, Apr. 25, 190S.) 

Jexkixs (W. S.) co., Washington, 

D. C. [12597 

Jenkins bald head polish. (F 
G49S2, Apr. 2S, 190S.) 

Johnson (Mrs. E. M.), Washington, 
D. C. [1259S 

Brownsville affair. 1906. (H 109657. 
Apr. 24, 1908.) 

Johnston (John), Nantucket. Mass. 

[12599 
Chums. (H 109452, Apr. 16, 190S.) 
Jordan (A. C), Cashmere, Wash. 

[12600 
Vale of Cashmere from Shotwell 
heights. (H 110242, May 6, 190S.) 
JrDGE co., New York, N. Y. 

[12601-12604 
Little Johnnv and the Teddy bears. 
(F 64G46, Apr. IS, 1908.) 

(F 64S37, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

(F 65061, May 1, 190S.) 

(F 65176, May 8, 190S.) 



Kambab (J. W.), Blue Earth, Minn. 

[12605-12609 
Blue Earth. Minn. [1-5] (H 
110110-110114, May 2, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 25, 1908.) 

Kasseel (P.ernhard C.)» Chicago, 111. 

[12610 
State graded school diploma. (G 
18507, Apr. 20, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 17, 
1908.) 

Kelley (E. W.), Chicago, 111. 

[12611-12613 

Burying Dolly. 8766. (H 109535, 
Apr. 18, 1908.) 

Marshall, Colo., winter's charms. 
s77i\ i II 109536, Apr. 18, v. 

Snowman (The). B 109534, 

Apr. 18, T- 

Kellogg (Will K.), Battle Creek, 
Mich. [12614- ■_ 

Baby bright eyes. — Bobby bright 
eyes. — Bridget bright eyes. Doctor 
brigli Father bright eyes. — 

Grandma bright eyes. — Grandpa bright 
eyes.— Mother bright ey< ints.] 

<F 65222-65229, May 11, 1908.) 

Kendall (Geo. H.), Woodsville, N. H. 

[12622-12624 
Connecticut river and Thetford, Vt. 

ill 109993, Apr. 30, 190S ; 2 c. Apr. 22. 
190S.) 

Fairlee, Vt. [1, 2]. (H 109991. 
109992, Apr. 30, 1908; 2 e. of each Apr. 
22. 1908.) 
Kendrick (W. F.), Denver. Colo. 

[12625 

Pheasants sleeping on ice. 2940. < H 
109615, Mar. 4, 190S ; 2 c. Apr. 20, 
1908.) 
Ketcham (Chas. A.), Middleton. X. 

Y. [12626-12628 

Middleton, X. Y., bird'seye view 
from Grace church [1-3]. (H 110035- 
110037, May 1, 190S.) 
King (Johnson P.), Waterloo. Iowa. 

[12629 

Waterloo, Iowa, new Congregational 
church, interior. (H 110293, May 7. 
190S.) 

Kinney (Abbot) co., Ocean Park. CaL 

[12630 

Venetian study. (F 64823. Apr. 16, 
1908.) 
Klein (Chas.), Osakis, Minn. [12631 

Join our sport. (H 109386, Apr. 14. 
1908.) 
Kratjs & Gamble. Columbus, Ohio. 

[12632 

Conception and birth of the flag of 
the U. S. A., etc. (F 64996, Apr. 29, 
190S; 2 c. Apr. 30, 1908.) 



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Kuhn (Henri A.), Portsmouth, Ohio. 

[12633 
Portsmouth, Ohio, Norfolk and 
Western terminals. (H 109513, Apr. 
17, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Lambert (W. D.), Long Beach, Cal. 
[12634-12645 

Coronado Beach, Cal. [1, 2] (H 
110215, 110216, May 5, 1908.) 

Fleet anchored at Snn Diego, Cal. 
(H 110218, May 5, 1908.) 

Fleet at San Diego, Cal. (H 110214, 
May 5, 1908.) 

Fleet at Long Beach, Cal. (H 
110222, May 5, 190S.) 

Long Beach, Cal. Lous Beach pier. 
(H 110221, May 5, 1908.) 

Panorama. (H 110220, May 5, 

1908.) 

Sailors landing at San Diego, Cal. 
(H 110223, May 5, 1908.) 

Sailors parade, San Diego, Cal. (H 
110217, May 5, 1908.) 

San Diego, Cal. Grant hotel. (II 
110219, May 5, 1908.) 

San Pedro, Cal., panorama. (II 
110213, May 5, 1908.) 

San Pedro bay, Cal. (H 110212, 
May 5, 1908.) 

LAM, ILL COMMERCIAL PHOTO CO., Xt'W 

York, N. Y. [12640-12650 

Cat sleeping. (H 109469, Apr. 16, 

1908.) 

Ideal head. 90649-90652. (H 

1< 19465-109468, Apr. 16, 190S.) 

Lawrence (Geo. R.) co., Chicago, 111., 
etc. [12651-12663 

American newspaper publishers as- 
sociation. (H 109649, Apr. 23, 1908; 
2 c. Apr. 24, 1908.) 

Apollo musical club of Chicago. (H 
109665, Apr. 24, 1908.) 

Chicago, 111. Y. M. C. A., Citizens 
banquet, Congress hotel. (H 1101S9, 
May 4, 1908.) 

Chicago Board of trade, 1908. (H 
110261, May 7, 1908.) 

Chicago' s waterfront, night scene. 
(H 110463, May 11, 1908.) 

Fort Sheridan, 111., 600 ft eleva- 
tion. (H 109595, Apr. 21, 190S.) 

Gary works, Indiana steel co. 1, 2. 
(H 109663, 109664, Apr. 24, 1908.) 

Laymen's missionary movement, 
Carnegie hall. (H 109619, Apr. 22, 
1908; 2 c. Apr. 24, 1908.) 



Lawrence (Geo. R.) — Continued. 

Rubinstein club. (H 109648, Apr. 
23, 190S; 2 c. Apr. 24, 1908.) 

third concert, twenty-first sea- 
son. (H 109647, Apr. 23, 1908; 2 c. 
Apr. 24, 1908.) 

University Portland cement co. 
plant, South Chicago. (H 109470, Apr. 
10, 1908.) 

Waukegan, 111. Bird's eve view. 
(H 108273, Apr. 2, 1908; 1 c. Apr. 2, 
1908; 1 c. Apr. 15, 190S.) 

Leavitt (A. E.), Harriman, Tenn. 

[12664, 12665 

old mill from across the river. (H 
109779. Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Old mill from foot of fall. (H 
10977S, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Lee (Henry), New York, N. Y. 

[12666-12672 

At Glencairn. (H 10970S, Apr. 25, 
1908.) 

Croker'8 (R.) Fluffy Ruffles (dog). 
(H 109713, Apr. 25, 190S.) 

(horse). (H 100712, Apr. 25, 

1908.) 

Croker's (R.) house at Glencairn. 
I H 109700, Apr. 26, 190S.) 

Croker's (R.) Orby. (H 109710, 
Apr. 25, 190S.) 

Croker'a (R.) Rhodora. (H 
109711, Apr. 25, 1908.) 

Miller (Geo. R.), Croker (Richard) 
and Lee (Henry). (H 109707, Apr. 
26, 1908.) 

2 c. of each Apr. 18, 1908. 

Lee (Robert Edward), West Point, 
Va. 

Sword of Lee. 

Virginia and Confederate bat- 
tle-flags. 1-3. 

(H 109638-109641, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

Leslie & co., Pasadena, Cal. [12677 
Our Saviour. (H 109676, Apr. 20, 
190S.) 

Life publishing co.. New York, N. Y. 

[12678 
Frohman (Mr. Charles) in London, 
1SS0. (F 64647, Apr. 18, 1908.) 

Litolff's (Henry) verlag, Braun- 
schweig, Germany. [12679 
Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus). (F 
64S67, Apr. 25, 1908.) 

Loeffler (August), Tompkinsville, 
N. Y. [12680. 

Birmingham (U. S. S.) 11S5. (H 
110474, May 12, 1908.) 



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Louth (A. W.), Ashtabula, Ohio. 

[12681-12692 
Cracked lip. — Crooked face. — Gawky 
face. — I am no fish. — Laugh and grow 
fat. — Lemon face. — Monkey face. — 
Mutton chops. — Something doing. — 
Sour face. — Swelled head. — What is 
it? [12 photographs] (H 109928- 
109939, Apr. 20, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Mar. 
20, 1908.) 

Lumiere studio, Omaha, Nebr. 

[12693-12696 
Taft (William Howard) 301-304. 
(H 109378-109381, Apr. 14, 1908; 2 c. 
of each Apr. 14, 1908.) 

McClelland (R. J.), Rawhide, Nev. 

[12697-12700 

Arrival of San Francisco delegation. 
(H 110231. May 6, 1908; 2 c. May 7, 
1908.) 

Rawhide. Nev. [1-3] (H 110228- 
130230, May 6, 1908; 2 c. of each May 
7, 1908.) 

McConkay (Eugene), Enid, Okla. 

[12701 
Enid railroaders, 190S. (H 109945. 
Apr. 28, 190S.) 

McDonald (Charles A.), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. [12702 

Just tell them that you saw me. (F 
6,1664, Apr. 20, 1908; 2 c. May 6, 190S.) 
McLoughlin bros., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[12703 

Cats on the wall. (G 18565. May 1, 
1908.) 
McNamaba (Edward), Rapid Citv. S. 

Dak. [12704-1270S 

Chief Lous Dos. Sioux Indian. (H 

110442, May 11, 1908.) 

Indian bov in complete war costume. 
(H 110440, May 11, 190S.) 
Getting ready for supper. (H 

110443. May 11, 1908.) 

Nancv kills a hundred. (H 110439, 
May 11, 1908.) 

Winter in the Black hills. (H 
110441. May 11, 1908.) 
Manahan (W. H.), jr.. Hillsboro. 
N. H. [12709-1272G 

Banks of birches. — Bog brook. — 
Coniston mountain. — Cross roads. — 
Graceful arches. — Lakeside road. — 
Meeting of the ways. — Meadow 
brook. — Nature's mirror. — Nature's 
sentinel. — Old resident. — Path o'er the 
hill. — Road home. — Road to town. — 
Through the birches. — Willow bridge. — 
Willows by the road. [17 photo- 
graphs] (H 110171-110187, Mar. 4, 
190S.) 

March. (H 11018S, May 4, 1908.) 



Marceau (Theo. C), New York, N. Y. 
[12727-12747 

Barry (Gen. Thomas) 1, 2. (H 
110085, 1100S6, May 2. 1908.) 

Bourne (Miss Florence) 1-5. (H 
110011-110015, Apr. 30, 1908.) 

Bourne (Miss Marjorie) 1, 2. (H 
110009, 110010, Apr. 30, 190S.) 

Conrad (Wm. G.) 1-5. (H 10!t7^_'- 
109786, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Conrad < Mrs. Wm. G.) 1-7. (H 
109787-109793, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Markendorff (George), New York, 

N. Y. [1274S-12755 

Auto girl. (G 18601, May 6. 190S.) 

Driving girl. (G 18602, MaY 6, 

190S.) 

Equestrienne. (G 1S603, MaY 6, 

1908.) 

Fishing girl. (G 18597, Mav 6, 

1908.) 

Golf girl. (G 1S59S, May 6, 1908.) 
Hunting girl.. (G 18599, May 6, 

1908.) 

Tennis girl. (G 1S600, May 6, 1908.) 
Yachting girl. (G 1S604, May 6, 

1!»0S.) 

Marshall (Oscar), Newark, N. Y. 

[12756 
Hughes (Charles E.) (F 64492, 
Apr. 13, 190S; 2 c. Apr. 15, 190S.) 

Martin (William D.), Rocky Mount, 
Ya. [12757-12759 

Loaded for bar. 

Team of quality. 

Uncle Andy and his auto. 

(H 109514-109516, Apr. 18, 190S : 2 c. 
of each Apr. 11. 1908. 1 

Meek co.. Coshocton. Ohio. 

[12760-12762 
Colin. (G 1S537, Apr. 25, 190S.) 
Murietta. (G 1S536, Apr. 25, 1908.) 
Yiola. (G 1S532, Apr. 25, 190S.) 

Melies { George), Paris, France. 

[12763-12767 

Catholic centennial celebration. (H 
110315. May 9, 190S.) 

Curiosirv punished. (H 10954S, 
Apr. 20, 190S.) 

Fake diamond swindler. (H 109547, 
Apr. 20, 190S.) 

LoYer's hazing. (H 109550, Apr. 
20, 190S.) 

Mistaken identity. (H 109549, Apr. 
20. 1908.) 



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Mexci-i (Phil), Clear Lake, Iowa. 

[12768 
Clear Lake, Iowa. (H 109982, Apr. 
29, 190S.) 

Mensinger (E. B.). Chicago, 111. 

[12769 
American madonna. (H 109677, 
Apr. 25, 1908.) 

Merritt (Vernon), Paducah, Ky. 

"[12770 
Kentucky night riders at work. (H 
110451, May 11, 190S : 1 c. Apr. 29, 
1908; 1 c. May 11. 1908.) 

Meyercord co., inc., Chicago, 111. 

[12771 
Lincoln's birthplace. <G 18615, May 

9. 1908.) 

Middlesex co., Middletown, Conn. 

[12772 
Diploma of graduation from the 
landlubbers class. (G 18343, Mar. 21. 
1908: 2 c. Apr. 15, 1908.) 

Midland amusement « o.. Des Moines, 

Iowa. [1277.: 12780 

i: and Hackenschmidl wrestling 

match. 1-8. (H 109734-109741, Apr. 

25, 1908.) 

Miles (A. T.), Bremerton, Wash. 

Pauline. 2 6. (H 110273-110277, 
May 7. 1908; 2 c. of each Apr. 15. 
1908.) 

Milleb (C. V.), San Francisco, Cal. 

[12786 
Aunt Betsy. (II 110498, May 13, 

190S.) 

Mitchell (Edw. II.), San Francisco, 
Cal. 

California lemons. (G 18580, May 
5, 190S.) 

California oranges. (G 18579, May 
5, 1908.) 

U. S. battleships entering the Golden 
Gate. (G 18577, May 4. 1908.) 

Mitchell (John J.) co.. New York. 
N. Y. [12790-12791 

American fashions, supplement, 
Sartorial art journal, April. 1908, A, 
B. (F 62166, 62167, Jan. J7, 1908; 2 
c. of each Apr. 15, 1908.) 

Moffett studio. Chicago, 111. 

[12792-12819 

Johnson (Hon. John A.) 1-12. (H 
109678-109689, Apr. 25. 1908.) 

Governor of Minnesota. (H 

109438, Apr. 16, 1908.) 

New (Hon. Harry S.) 1-3. (H 
109692-109694, Apr. 25, 1908.) 



Moffett studio — Continued. 

Taft (Hon. Wm. H.) 2-11. (H 
100439-109448, Apr. 16, 1908.) 

Secretary of war. (H 109355, 

Apr. 13, 1908: 2 c. Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Woodford (Gen. Stewart L.) (H 
109618, Apr. 22, 1908.) 

Monsen (Frederick I.), New York, 
N. Y. [128 

Casa Blanca, Canon de Chellv. (H 
110057, May 1, 1908.) 

Charlo, old Hopi. (H 110059, May 
1, 1908.) 

Edge of the cliff. Hopiland. (H 
110063, May 1. 190 

Exploring CaSon del Muerto. (H 
L10060, .May ]. 1908.) 

Hopi basket maker. (H 110056, 
May 1. 190 

Little Indian mother, Hopiland. 
I II 110053, May 1, 1908.) 

Meet on the i B 110056, May 

l. 191 

M< men! canon. <n LL0054, May 

i. inns. , 

X.i: ifion del Muerto. (II 

>62, May 1, 1908.) 

Natural bridge, Canon de Chelly. 
ill 110061, May 1, 1908.) 

Sentinels, Hopiland. (II 110062, 
May 1. 1908.) 

Vantana rock, Ariz. (II IP 
May 1. 1908.) 

(F. K.i. Middleton, Ohio. 

[12832-12933 
Hiawatha. 100 illustrations of 
jfellow's poem. 1-4, 6 
24-26, 28, 29, 31, 34-42, 44-68, 7" 77. 

101 113. i B 11032* 
May 9. I'm is; l > c . of each May 11, 

v\i. (B. i-:. ). i 
All American girl. (F 64552, Apr. 
13, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 6, 190 

Nash (Herman), Pueblo, Colo. 

[12! 
Tike's Peak from Maniton. (H 
109377, Apr. 14. 19ns., 

National photograph co., Chicago. 111. 
[12934-Ti 
[Young lady with flowers, par 
etc. Fancy titles. 10 photographs. 1 
3172-3175, 3187-3192. (II 1<" 
109675, Apr. 24. 1908.) 

National press association, Wash- 
ington, D, C. [12944 

Tulsa Oklahoma delegation. (II 
109524, Apr. 18, 190 



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197 



Negus (T. S. & J. D.), New York, 
N. Y. [12945 

Call from the sea. (F 64623, Apr. 
IT, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 25, 1908.) 

N. Y. Evening telegram (N. Y. Herald 
co.), Jersey City, N. J. 

[12940-12975 
Book taught Bilkins. (F 64557, Apr. 

14, 1908.) 

(F 64762, Apr. 21, 1908.) 

(F 64997, Apr. 29, 1908.) 

(F 65136, May 5, 1908.) 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. (F 

64496, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

(F 64662, Apr. 18, 1908.) 

(F 64705, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

(F 64882, Apr. 25, 1908.) 

(F 64S98, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

(F 65066, May 1, 1908.) 

(F 65181, May 8, 1908.) 

(F 65233, May 11, 1908.) 

Late Mr. Long. (F 65102, May 4, 

1908. ) 

Little Mrs. Thoughtful. (F 64495, 

Apr. 13, 1908.) 

(F 64704, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

(F 64897, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

(F 65103, May 4, 1908.) 

(F 65232, May 11, 1908.) 

Pilgrim's progress. (F 64610, Apr. 

16, 1908.) 

(F 64822, Apr. 22, 190S.) 

(F 65052, Apr. 30, 1908.) 

(F 65153, May 6, 1908.) 

Puggy Poodle. (F 64611, Apr. 16, 

190S.) 

(F 64S62, Apr. 24, 1908.) 

(F 65065, May 1, 1908.) 

(F 65180, May 8, 1908.) 

Wisdom of Wiseheimer. (F 64706, 

Apr. 20, 1908.) 

(F 64899, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

(F 65101, May 4, 1908.) 

(F 65218, May 9, 1908.) 

New York Herald co., Jersey City, 
N. J. [12976-13007 

Angelic Angelina. (F 64180, Apr. 

2, 1908 ^ 2 c. Apr. 18, 1908.) 

(F 64186, Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c. 

Apr. 27, 1908.) 

(F 65035, Apr. 30, 1908; 2 c. 

May 1, 1908.) 
(F 65042, Apr. 30, 1908; 2 c. 

May 8, 1908.) 

Ba-ba. (F 64182, Apr. 2, 190S ; 2 c. 

Apr. 18, 1908.) 

42853—08 2 



New York Herald co. — Continued. 

(F 64189, Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c. 

Apr. 27, 1908.) 

( F (15037, Apr. 30, 1908 ; 2 c. 

May 1, 1908.) 

(F 65044, Apr. 30, 1908; 2 c. 

May 8, 19 

Busier Brown. (F 64179, Apr. 2, 
1908; 2 c. Apr. 18, 1908.) 

(F 64185, Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c. 

Apr. 27. 1908.) 

(F 65034, Apr. 30, 1908; 2 c. 

May 1. 1908.) 

(F 65040, Apr. 30, 1908: 2 c. 

May s. 1908;) 

Fluffy Ruffles. < I" t)46I2, Apr. 16, 
1908; 2 c. Apr. IS. 19<>s i 

(F 64863, Apr. 24, 1908; 2 c. 

Apr. 27. 1908.) 

(F 65033, Apr. 30, 1908; 2 c. 

May 1, 1908.) 

(F 051 82, May 8, 1968; 2 c. 

May 8, 19 

Liners show great armv of tourist. 
(F 64900, Apr. 27. 1908.) 

Little Nemo in Slumberlaud. (F 
641S4. Apr. 2, 190S; 2 c. Apr. 18, 
190S.) 

(F 64190, Apr. 2, 190S ; 2 c. 

Apr. 27. 1908.) 

(F 65039, Apr. 30, 1908; 2 c. 

May 1. 1908.) 

(F 65045, Apr. 30, 190S ; 2 c. 

May S, 1908.) 

Magnitude of transatlantic passen- 
ger fleet. (F 65234, May 11, 1908.) 

Monkev shines of Marseleen. (F 
64183, Apr. 2, 190S ; 2 c. Apr. 18, 
1908.) 

(F 64188, Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c. 

Apr. 27, 1908.) 

( F 65038, Apr. 30, 190S ; 2 c. 

May 1, 1908.) 

(F 65043, Apr. 30, 1908; 2 c. 

May 8, 1908.) 

Passenger traffic across the Atlantic. 
(F 64703, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Spring tourists swell the passenger 
lists. (F 65100. May 4, 1908.) 

Terrors of the tiny tads. (F 64181, 
Apr. 2, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 18, 1908.) 

(F 64187, Apr. 2. 1908 ; 2 c. Apr. 

27, 1908.) 

(F 65036, Apr. 30, 1908; 2 c. 

May 1, 1908.) 

(F 65041, Apr. 30, 1908; 2 c. 

May 8, 1908.) 



198 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv. n. s., v. 3 



New York times co., New York, N. Y. 
[13008, 13009 

Impressions of a transatlantic trip. 
(F 64761, Apr. 21, 1908.) 

Impressions of life on the Riviera. 
(F 64896, Apr. 27, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 28, 
1908.) 

Nicoll (Wm. T.), Wheeling, W. Va. 

[13010 

Wheeling, W. Ya., Vance memorial 
church at Altenheim. (H 110170, May 

4, 1908.) 

Olson (W. O.), Alexandria, Minn. 

[13011-13020 

Osakis, Minn., Lake Osakis [1-9] 
(H 109401-109409, Apr. 2, 1908.) 

Main street. (H 109410, Apr. 

2, 1908.) 

Olson photograph co., Plattsinouth, 
Nebr. [13021 

Nebraska corn. <H 109540, Apr. 8, 
1908; 2 c. Mar. 30, 1908.*) 

Osborn (Walter X.), Rawhide, Nev. 
[13022-13024 

Pals asleep in Rawhide. (H 110224, 
May 5, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 13, 1908.) 

Rawhide, view of. (H 110226, May 

5, 1908.) 

Rickard (Tex) in Rawhide. (H 
110225, May 5, 1908 

Osborne co., New York. N. Y. 

[13025-13041 

Destroyers (The) 5 by 3*, 10i by 7. 
(F 65020, 65021, Apr. 30, 1908.) 

Favorite (The). (F 64648, Apr. 18, 
1908.) 

3* by 5. (F 6501ft, Apr. 30, 

1908.) 

Good-bye. 3| by 5£. (F 65025, Apr. 
30, 1908.) 

His valentine. 3 by 4, 4* by 6. (F 
64649, 64650, Apr. 18, 1908.) 

Monarch of the clouds. 2 by 2f, 6$ 
by 8. (F 64651, 64652, Apr. 18, 1908.) 

Passing shadow. 3§ by 5£. (F 
65024, Apr. 30, 1908.) 

Springtime. 3f by 5 h 74 by 11. (F 
65022, 65023, Apr. 30, 190S.) 

Thro' pastures green. 3| by 7, 1\ 
by 14. (F 65015, 65016, Apr. 30, 1908.) 

Vacation days. (F 64653, Apr. IS, 
1908.) 

Where highland cattle range. 8i by 
10i, 5£ by 7. (F 65017, 65018, Apr. 
30, 1908.) 

Otis lithograph co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

[13042 
Holland (Mildred) (G 18540, Apr. 
25, 1908 ; 2 c. Apr. 20, 1908.) 



Pach (G. W.), Lakewood, N. J. 

[13043, 13044 
Gould (Jay), tennis. A, B. (H 
109907, 109908, Apr. 27, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 21, 1908.) 

Pach bros., New York, N. Y. 

[13045-13062 

Adee (Hon. A. A.) 87018. (H 
110284, May 7, 1908.) 

Bryce (Hon. James) 87011. (H 
1102S3, May 7, 1908.) 

Cannon (Hon. Jos. G.) 87015. (H 

110281, May 7, 1908.) 

Clark (Hon. Champ) 87025. (H 

110287, May 7, 1908.) 

Elkins (Sen. S. B.) 87014 A-87014 
C. (H 11027S-1102S0, May 7, 1908.) 

F.irley (Archbishop) 83717 AA, 
83717 CO, 83717 HH. (H 110048- 
11005O. May 1, 1908.) 

Metcalf (Hon. V. H.) 87016. (H 
110289, May 7, 1908.) 

Nabuco (Hon. J.) 87013. (H 

110282, May 7, 190S.) 

Mayor des Planches (Baron) 87012 
B, ^7012 C. (H 1102S5, 110286, May 
7, 1908.) 

Oliver (Hon. Robert Shaw) 87019. 
i II 110061, May l, 1908.) 

Police heroes. 87151. (H 110046, 
May 1, 1908.) 

Watson (Hon. J. E.) 87026. (H 

110288, May 7, 1908.) 

W'ii Ting Fang (Hon.) 87009. (H 
] 10017, May 1, 1908.) 

Palmer (Frank), Spokane, Wash. 

[13063, 13064 

International boundary line between 
the U. S. and Canada, near Boundary, 
Wash. (H 110159, May 4, 190S.) 

Oldest mill stones in the north west. 
(II 110160, May 4, 190S.) 

•2 c. of each May 2, 1908. 

Parke (W. T.), Estes Park, Colo. 

[13065 
Estes Park, Colo. (H 109542, Apr. 
20, 190S.) 

Paul Revere memorial association, 
Boston, Mass. [13066 

House of Paul Revere. (H 109544, 
Apr. 20, 190S.) 

Pearce (Joseph N.), Philadelphia, 

Pa. [13067 

Casting. (H 110194, May 4, 1908.) 

Pearce (Mrs. W. W.), Waukegan, 111. 

[13068 
Mellins food baby. (H 109742, Apr. 
27, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



199 



nos. 19-22, May, 1908 



Pelton (Herbert W.i. Asheville, N. C. 
[13069-13075 

Ashville, N. C, Pack square. (H 
109721, Apr. 25, 1908.) 

Kenilworth. [1-5] (H 109722- 
109720, Apr. 25, 1908.) 

Skyland mountains. (H 109720, 
Apr. 25, 1908.) 

Penabd (Thos. E.), Everett, Mass. 

[13076 
Chelsea fire, Apr. 12, 190S, from 
Everett. (H 109636, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

Penfield (N. W.)i New York, N. Y. 
[13077-13081 

Al Poole in Isotta, rounding Colonial 
turn at Kitchewan. (H 110196, May 
5, 1908.) 

Boston American baseball team. 
1908. 

Detroit American baseball team. 
1908. 

Pittsburg National baseball team. 
1908. 

Washington American baseball team. 
1908. 

(H 109797-109800, Apr. 27, 190S.) 
Pennell (C. A.), Trenton, Mo. [13082 

Trenton, Mo., Central school. (H 
109541, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Pennington (Wm. V.), Chicago, 111. 
[130S3, 130S4 

Papa's sparring partner. (H 109419, 
Apr. 15, 1908.) 

Twinkle, twinkle little star. (H 
10941S, Apr. 15, 190S.) 

Perkins (W. B.) jr., Lead, S. Dak. 
[13085-13087 

Lead, S. Dak., Homestake gold mine 
[1, 2]. (H 110094, 110095, May 4, 
1908; 2 c. of each May 5, 1908.) 

Miners on double decked cage. (H 
109579, Apr. 21, 190S.) 

Peter (Arthur) & co., Louisville, Ky. 
[130S8-13091 
Toreadors de Wintersmith [1—4]. 
(G 18616-18619, May 9, 1908.) 

Piatt music co., Chicago, 111. 

[13092-13100 
Star of the West. 3-11. (F 64571- 
64579, Apr. 6, 1908.) 



Pierce ( Henry 
Mass. 



Havelock ) , 



Boston, 
[13101 

Howe (Julia Ward). (H 109776, 
Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Pierson & co., Seattle, Wash. [13102 
Empire cafeteria. (H 109521, Apr. 

IS. 1908.) 



Pollok (Allan), San Francisco, Cal. 

[13103 
California's welcome to the fleet. (G 
18497, Apr. 15, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 30, 
1908.) 

Pond (Mrs. E. Parrott), Seattle, 
Wash. [13104 

Olympic range from Seattle. (H 
110249, May 6, 1908.) 

Pobteb (Milton Edson), Albuquerque, 
N. Mex. [13105-13124 

Acoma dwelling. (H 110494, May 

12, 1908; 1 c. May 12, 1908; 1 c. Mav 

13, 1908.) 

Acoma, street scene. (H 110495, 
May 12. 1908; 1 c. May 12, 1908: 1 c. 
May 13, 1908.) 

Bow and arrow man. (H 109959, 
Apr. 29, 1908.) 

Church at Laguna. (H 110493, Mav 

12. 190S; 1 c. May 12. 190S; 1 c. Mav 

13, 190S.) 

Daughter of Isleta. (H 109802. 
Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Estufa ni Isleta. (H 109940, Apr. 

28, 1908: 1 c. Apr. 28, 190S ; 1 c. Apr. 

29, 1908.) 

Estufa at the Pueblo of Isleta. (H 
1 <»<•< ill. Apr. 28, 1908: 1 c. Apr. 28. 
190S ; 1 c. Apr. 29, 1908. ) 

Fetching water. (H 109958, Apr. 
29, 1908.) 

Girl with the olla. 

Indiau maidens gossiping. 

Isleta maiden. 

Isleta maiden making pottery. 

Isleta pottery maker. 

Isleta water carrier. 

(H 109S03-109S0S, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Khiva at Isleta. (H 109942, Apr. 

28, 190S: 1 c. Apr. 28, 1908; 1 c. Apr. 

29, 190S.) 

Lorenzo. (H 109960, Apr. 29, 1908.) 

Pottery vendor. (H 109961, Apr. 29, 
1908.) 

Pueblo pottery maker. (H 109809, 
Apr. 27. 1908.) 

Selling pottery. (H 110492, May 12, 
190S ; 1 c. Mav 12, 1908 ; 1 c. May 13, 
1908.) 

University of New Mexico. (H 
109943, Apr. 28, 1908; 1 c. Apr. 28, 
1908; 1 c. Apr. 29, 1908.) 

Post (J. E. H.), Baltimore, Md. 

[13125-1312S 
Mt. Airy, Warsaw, Va. 1-4. (H 
110467-110470, May 12, 1908.) 



200 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Press pub. co., New York, N. Y. 

[13129 
New York, N. Y., scene on Riverside 
drive. (F 64901, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Price (Chas. S.), Denver, Colo. 

[13130, 13131 

Reflections. (H 109538, Apr. 18, 
190S.) 

Twilight. (H 109537. Apr. 18, 
1908.) 

Price (Robert C), Albuquerque, N. 
Mex. [13132-13135 

Portrait. (H 110156, May 4, 1908.) 

Pow-wow. (II 110155, May 4. 
1908.) 

Snake dance. (II 110158, May 4, 
1908.) 

Zuni fireside. (II 110157, May 4, 
1908.) 

Providence lithograph oo., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 1 13 136-1 31 40 
Apostles Imprisoned. 2.".. by 2J. 

Gospel in Samaria. 2,'',. bj 
Phillip and the Ethiopian, l' ,". by 
2f. 

Review. 2 At by 2$. 
Temperance lesson. 2i\, by 2;. 
(G 1S518-18522, Apr. 22, 1908.) 

Putnam (Erwin P.). Antrim. N. H. 

[13141-13147 

Guests of Ex. Gov. I). II. Goodefl on 
his 74th birthday. (II 11031c. May 9, 
1908.) 

Just out. — Miss Prim. --Nap time. — 
Nest full. — Signs of spring.— Waiting 
for the mistress. [6 photographs! (H 
110265-110270. May 7. 1908.) 

R. & G. corset co., New York, N. Y. 

[13148, 13149 

Automobiling scene. (F 65231, Apr. 
24, 1908.) 

Card party. (F 65230. Apr. 24, 
1908.) 

2 c. of each Mar. 28. 1908. 

Radon (William F.). New Haven, 
Conn. [13150-13153 

Grad aus dem Wirthshaus. 1-1. 
(H 110252-110255, May 7. 1908.) 

Rand, McNally & co., Chicago, 111. 

[13154, 13155 
Hurry. 2. (F 65166, May 7, 1908.) 
Packing. (F 64831, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

Randall (Herbert), Hartford. Conn. 

[13156 
St. Joseph's cathedral. Hartford, 
Conn. Interior view. (H 109423. Apr. 
15, 1908.) 



Rau (William H.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[13157 

New Hampshire < ('. S. battleship.) 
(H 1093S2, Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Reed (N. H.). Santa Barbara, Cal. 

[13158 
Floral festival. (H 110460, May 11, 
1908.) 

Reid < Albert J.). Topeka, Kans. 

[13159 
Kaw maid. (F 63824, Mar. 23. 1908; 
2 c. Apr. 14. 19" 

RObbtns (Harry I.), Boston, Mass. 

[13100 
Without a home. (F 65077, May 2, 
1908.) 

Robison i Frank P.), Mechanlcsville, 

N. V. [13161 

Lien making parachute descenslon 
from ball*.., n. (F 66115, May 5, 1908; 
2 c Apr. 25, 1908.) 

Rockwood (Geo. 6.), New York, X. Y. 

[13182 
Sage (.Mrs. Ruesell). (H 109517, 
Apr. 18, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 18, 190* 

Romans photographic co.. Seattle, 

Wash. [13163 

Pacific squadron at Pnget sound 

navy yard. (II 110250, May 8, 1908.) 

ROSE < II. M.i. Philadelphia. Pt. 

[13164 13175 

Cupid's pranks. (F 64949, Mar. 23, 
1908 

Christmas bill.— Christmas cigar. 
( Mirist mas disappointment. — ■ Christ- 
mas packages. — Christmas ring. — 
Christmas spirit. Father's advice. 
|7 prints] l V 64613 64619, Apr. 16, 
1908. 1 

Gypsy's warning. (F 64947, Mar. 
23. 1908. I 

Inappropriate gifts. (F 64620, Apr. 
16, 1908.) 

Maiden's dream. (F 64950, Mar. 23, 
100&) 

Maiden's wish. (F 64948, Mar. 23. 
1908.) 

Rotograimi co.. New York. N. Y. 

T 13176-13101 
Birthday greetings. B224-1 W22\^. 
Congratulations. B224f>-P»22r>4. 
Many happy returns. B2260-B2264. 
(H 109506-100611. Apr. 21, 1908.) 

Roys (James E.), Bloomburjr, Pa. 

[13192-13196 

Bloomburg, Pa.. Masonic Temple. 

[1-5]. (H 1094G0-109464. Apr. 16, 

100S.) 



KNG RAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



201 



nos. 19-22, May, 1908 



sell (Mary La Fetba), New 

York, N. Y. [13197 

Shepherd show dm* how to go. (F 
64685, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

St. Louis builders' pub. co., St. Louis, 
Mo. [13198-13205 

Interstate merchants' association, 
officers and directors, 1907-8. (F 
64752, Apr. 21, 1908.) 

Missouri manufacturers association, 
officers and executive council, 1907-8. 
(F 04749, Apr. 21, 1908.) 

St. Louis business men's league, 
1908. [1-3] (F 64753-64755, Apr. 
21, 1908.) 

St. Louis clearing house associa- 
tion, officers and committees. 1908. 
(F 64751, Apr. 21, 1908.) 

St. Louis merchants' exchange, 
officers and directors, 1908. (F 
64750, Apr. 21, 1908.) 

St. Louis real estate exchange, offi- 
cers and directors, 1907-S. (F 64748. 
Apr. 21, 1908.) 

1 c. of each Apr. 9. 1908; 1 c. of 
each Apr. 21, 1908. 

Samarjiam & Aram, Boston, Mass. 

[13206-13209 
Fall. (H 109911, Apr. 20, 1908.) 
Spring. (H 109909, Apr. 20, 1908.) 
Summer. (H 109910, Apr. 20, 

1908.) 

Winter. (H 10991:.'. Apr. 20, 1908.) 

2 c. of each Mar. 20, 1908. 

Sander (P.), New York, N. Y. 

[13210-13271 
American beauty. — Anticipation. — 
Beginning of trouble. — Big four. — 
Busy moment. — Capitulation. — Carna- 
tion. — Chrysanthemum. — Consterna- 
tion. — Cupid's conquest. — Dangerous 
amusement. — Dear old Uncle Sam. — 
Disaster. — Expectation. — Fairly hit. — 
Forget-me-not.— Getting busy. — Golden 
rod. — Good catch. — Good crop. — Hand 
links. — Happy days. — Happy run. — 
Hearts' secrets. — Irremovable seal. — 
Key to bliss. — Little continental. — 
Little Orissie. — Little Rosebud. — Little 
Tris. — Meditation. — Mischief maker. — 
Momentous question. — Morning 

glory. — My Tiger Lily. — Preparing for 
action. — Poppy's pet. — Realization. — 
Resignation. — Rivals. — Ruling pas- 
sion. — Rose. — Scoring at the net. — 
Shooting Fo ( u ) rth. — Sparkler. — 

Trysting place. — Violets. — Young 
America. [48 prints] (F 04764- 
64811, Apr. 22, 1908.) 



Sander (P.) — Continued. 

Coming of the pilgrims. — Nation's 
thanksgiving. — Pilgrim's thanksgiv- 
ing. — Preparing a thanksgiving din- 
ner. — Thanksgiving horns of plenty. — 
Thanksgiving offering. [6 prints] 
(F 65117-65122, May 5, 1908.) 

Challenge. (F 65073, Mav 2, 1908: 
2 c. Apr. 28, 1908. 1 

Chase. (V 65076, May 2, 1908; 2 c. 
Apr. 28, 1908.) 

Finish. (F 65074, May 2, 1908; 2 c. 
Apr. 28, 1908.) 

Happy crop. (F 65070, May 2, 1908 ; 
2 c. Apr. 28, 1908.) 

Not scared. (F 65069, May 2, 1908; 
2 c. Apr. 28, 1908.) 

Pair of country pumpkins. (F 
05072. May 2, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 28, 1908.) 

When ignorance is bliss. (F 65075, 
May 2. 1908.; 2 c. Apr. 28, 1908.) 

Wise pumpkin. (F 65071 , May 2, 
1908; 2 c. Apr. 28, 1908.) 

Satory (P. W.) f St. Paul, Minn. 

[13272-13278 
St. Peter. Minn. [1-7] (H 109342- 
109348, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

Saxton (Glenn L.). Minneapolis, 
Minn. [13279. 132S0 

American dwellings. 870. 855. (H 
10975:;. .109754. Mar. 30. 190S : 1 c. of 
each Mar. 16, 1908; 1 c. of each Mar. 
30, 19080 

Sciiirmfr (G.). New York. N. Y. 

[13281 
File est charmante. (G 18605. May 
7, 1908.) 

Schlechten (Albert). Bozeman, 

Mont. [132S2 

Bozeman. Mont. (H 110233, May 6, 

1908.) 

Schmidt (John Robert). Cincinnati, 
Ohio. [13283, 13284 

Taft (Charles P.) and William H. 
Taft. in a warden. (H 109369. Apr. 
13, 190S.) 

Taft (William H.) standing in gar- 
den. (H 109796. Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Schmidt lith. co.. San Francisco, Cal. 

[43285 

Battleship poster. (F 64826. Apr. 
23, 190S.) 

Schwab & Wolf. New York. N. Y. 

[13286-13290 

Basketball. (G 1S544. Apr. 29, 
1908. ) 

Beaut. (G 18517, Apr. 21. 1908.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Schmidt lith. co. — Continued. 
Blossoms. (G 18545, Apr. 29, 1908.) 
Camp fire. (G 18516, Apr. 21, 1908.) 
Happy days. (G 18499, Apr. 16, 

1908.) 

Shampang (G. A.), Lake Odessa, 
Mich. [13291, 13292 

Lake Odessa, Mich. [1, 2.] (H 
130452, 110453, May 11, 1908.) 

Sheahan (Maurice T.), Brookline, 
Mass. [13293 

He: There's an awful buzzing. (F 
64824, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

Siegrtst (E. J.), North Bend, Wash. 

[13294 
Snoqualmie falls, near North Bend, 
Wash. (H 109357, Apr. 14, 1908: 1 c. 
Mar. 25, 1908; 1 c. Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Simpson (Alfred L.), New York, N. Y. 
[13295-13298 

Corralled. (H 110077, May 2. 1908.) 

Hands up. (H 110078. May 2, 
1908.) 

On your way. (H 11O0S0. May 2, 
1908.) 

To the parson. (H 110079, May 2, 
190S. ) 

Smith (II. M.), New York. N. Y. 

[13299-13304 
Rockefeller (John D.) [1-6] (H 
109023-109628. Apr. 22, 1908. | 

Sniff (Axta Belle), Columbus, Ohio. 

[13305-13308 
Taft (W. H.) 1-4. (H 109507 
109510. Apr. 17, 1908; 2 c. of each 

Apr. 10, 1908.) 

SOUTHWICK (John W.). Niagara Falls, 
X. Y. [1 3309-13310 

Ice incased trees at Niagara. (H 
110097. May 4, 1908.) 

Prospect park, view of pond at mid- 
night. (H 110096, May 4, 1908.) 

Spenccr (Hugh), St. Cloud. Minn. 

[ 13311—13313 
St. Cloud, Minn. 60S. 609, 611. (H 
109503-109505. Apr. 17, 1908.) 

Squires (C. F.), Lawrence. Kans. 

[13314, 13315 
Stubbs (Hon. W. R.) 1, 2. (H 
110326, 110327, May 9, 1908.) 

Standard litho. CO., New York. N. Y. 
[13316, 13317 

Children's friend. (G 18491, Apr. 
11. 1908.) 

Girls and the deacon. (G 18490, 
Apr. 11. 1908.) 



(Penrhyni 



New York. 
[13318-13329 
(F 65201, May 9, 



Stanlaws 
N. Y. 
Bathing girl. 
1908.) 

Dance. (F 65203. May 9, 1908.) 
Debutante. (F 65199, May 9, 1908.) 
Dressing table. (F 65205, May 9, 
1908.) 

Flatiron girl. (F 65204, May 9, 
j 1908.) 

Girl and auto. ( V 65200, May 9, 
1008.) 

Golf girl. (F 65197. May 9, 1908.) 

Horsewoman. (F 65196, May 9, 
1908. i 

Leader of fashion. (F 65206, May 
9. 1908.) 

Medallion. (F 65195, May 9, 1908.) 
Par: i sol. (F 65202, May 9, 1908.) 
Bummer girl. (F 65198, May 9, 
I 190S.) 

Star pbinting co.. Wilmington, Del. 

[13330 
Thirty Eighth annual report board 
<>f Water commissioners 1907. Wil- 
mington. Del. (F 65164, Apr. 30, 
1908.) 

si i bbins ( Nathaniel L.), Somerville. 
Mass. [13331-13338 

Montana (U. S. S.) 18545, 18549, 
18551, 18552, 18553, 18555, 18556, 
18557. (H 108420-1 0S427, Apr. 6, 
1!m»v : -2 c . of each Apr. 15, 1908.) 

Stereo-travel co., Corona, L. I., N. Y. 
[13339-13342 

Athens, Greece. Thesion. (H 108751, 
Apr. 10, 1908.) 

Cairo. Egypt. Egyptian cemetery. 
(H IOstt:.. Apr. 10, 1908.) 

Damascus, Syria, at prayer in the 
mosque. (H 109794, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Syria. Sultan's railway, third class 
carriage. (H 109795, Apr. 27, 1908.) 
2 c. of each May 7. 190S. 

Stokes (Frank Wii.bert), New York, 
N. Y. [13343, 13345 

North Greenland [1, 2] (H 110031, 
310032, May 1, 1908.) 

Sukh-eh-nuk and Ahy-ing-ah-neh sun 
and moon. (H 110033, May 1, 1908.) 

Stolzenberger (E. A.), New Albany, 
Ind. [13346-13356 

Kentucky girl. (F 64581, Apr. 15, 
1908: 2 c. Apr. S. 1908.) 



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203 



nos. 19-22, May, 1908 



Stolzenberger (E. A.) — Continued. 

Pride of: Alabama, Florida, Geor- 
gia, Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, 
New Jersey, New York, Tennessee. 
Texas girl. [10 prints] (F 65089- 
65098, May 4, 1908.) 

Stone (Chas. J.) co., Chicago, 111. 

[13357, 13358 
Sartorial world engravings, Apr., 
1908, supplements A & B. (F 65059, 
65060, May 1, 1908.) 

Strauss (J. C.), St. Louis, Mo. 

[13359 
Moore (Mrs. P. N.) (H 109552, 
Apr. 20, 1908.) 

STROLiRirxiE lithographing co.. Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. [13360-13383 
[Postersl 1908-C 85. (G 18116, 
Feb. 10, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 16, 1908.) 

N. Y. 12708, N. Y. 12709. (G 

1S223. 18224, Mar. 5. 1908: 2 c. of 
each Apr. 16, 1908.) 

1908-C-46. (G 18225, Mar. 5, 

190S; 2 c. May 8, 1908.) 

1908-C-45. (G 18286, Mar. 13. 

1908: 2 c. Apr. 22. 1908.) 

1908-C-66. (G 18285. Mar. 13, 

1908; 2 c. May S, 1908.) 

N. Y. 12713. (G 18395. Mar. 30, 

190S: 2 c Apr. 16, 1908.) 

N. Y. 12712, 1908-C-56. (G 

18394, 18402, Mar. 30, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 22, 1908.) 

N. Y. 12714-N. Y. 12716. (G 

18396-18398, Mar. 30, 1908; 2 c. of 
each May 8, 190S.) 

N. Y. 12726. (G 18558, Mav 1. 

190S; 2 c Apr. 16, 1908.) 

X. Y. 12718, X. Y. 12722. (G 

18557, 18559, May 1, 1908; 2 c. of 
each May S, 1908.) 

X. Y. 12719-N. Y. 12721. X. Y. 

12723. X. Y. 12724. (G 18589-18593. 
May 6. 1908 ; 2 c. of each May 8. 1908.) 
12723. (G 1S5S9-1S593, May 6, 1908; 
2 c. of each May 8, 1908.) 

X. Y. 12752-X. Y. 12755. (G 

18585-1S5SS, Mav 6, 1908: 2 c. of 
each May 11, 190S.) 

Superior color press. Toledo, Ohio. 

[13384 
Good laugh. (G 18531, Apr. 24. 
1908.) 

Swartz (David L.), Buckeye City, 
Ohio. [13385 

St. Luke's church, interior. (H 
110087, May 2, 1908.) 



Sweet rros., Minneapolis, Minn. 

[13386 
Studies from nature. C. (H 
109944, Apr. 28, 1908.) 

Taber-Prang art co.. Springfield, 
Mass. [13387, 13388 

Roll on in silent majesty. 4741. 

Silent nigbr. 4745. 

(F 65008, 65009, Apr. 29, 1908; 2 c. 
of each Apr. 30. 1908.) 

Teats <"Mp.s. Mary E.), Los Angeles, 
Cal. [13389 

Tree of life. (F 64665, Apr. 20, 
1908; 2 c. May 4, 1908.) 

Tiiwaites (Geo. H.). Globe, Ariz. 

[13390 
<;i<>be. Ariz. team. <U 109748, Apr. 

27. 1908. 

Tiny tads CO., New York, X. Y. 

[13391-13397 

Animated sbirt. (F 65185, Apr. 8, 
1908. > 

Automobile. (F 6520S. Mav 9. 
1908.) 

Birdseye. (F 651S7. Apr. 8, 1908.) 

Shadow shoe. (F 05189. Apr. 8, 
1908.) 

Solid comfort. (F 65186. Apr. 8, 
1908.) 

Tennis player. (F 65207, May 9, 
1908. 1 

Wondering. (F 65188. Apr. 8, 
1908.) 

Tribune CO., Chicago, 111. [13398-13409 
Ancel child beautifies her coiffure. 

(F 64745. Apr. 21, 1908.) 
Danny dreamer. (F 64746, Apr. 21, 

1908. 1 

(F 649S1. Apr. 28, 1908.) 

( F 65129, May 5. 1908. ) 

(F 6524S. May 11, 190S.) 

Mamma's ansrel child. (F 64979, 

Apr. 28, 1908.) 

(F 65130. May 5. 1908.) 

(F 65247, May 11. 190S.) 

Old Opie Pilldock. (F 64747. Apr. 

21. 190S.) 

(F 649S0. Apr. 28. 1908.) 

(F 65131, May 5. 1908.) 

(F 95249, May 11. 1908.) 

Tribune pub. co.. Dillon. Mont. 

[13410 
Fortune in elk teeth. (F 65014, Apr. 

28, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 17, 1908.) 



204 



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pt. iv, n. 8., v. 3 



Trimpey (E. Burt), Anderson. 8. C. 

[13411 
Old black Joe. (H 109981, Apr. 29. 
1908.) 

Triscott (S. P. R.), Monhegan, Me. 

[13412-13416 
Black head.— Cliffs.— Gull head.— 
Surf.— White head. [5 photographs] 
(H 110455-110459, May 11, 1908.) 

Turner (J. Edgar), Pana, 111. [13417 
Local option post card. (H 109577, 
Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Turrill & Miller, San Francisco. Cal. 

[13418 
Atlantic squadron at San Diego. 
(H 109578, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Tuttle (Lauren T.), San Francisco, 

Cal. [13419 

California opens wide her Golden 

Gate. (F 05114, May 4, 1908 ; 2 c. Apr. 

21, 1908.) 

Ullman (Bern hard) & co.. New 
York, N. Y. [13420-13423 

Betsy. (G 1S165, Feb. 20, 1908; 2 
c. Apr. 14, 190S.) 

Blossoms. (G 18164, Fob. 20, 1908; 
2 c. Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Good luck. iG 18166, Feb. 20, 
190S; 2 c. Apr. 14, 190S.) 

Pearl. (G 18283, Mar. 13, 1908; 2 
c. Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Dndebhill ( Irving f, Jersey City, 

N. J. [13424-13433 

Brooklyn. Borough ball and Sub- 
way entrance. C 6535. » II L09383, 
Apr. 14. L908; 2 c. Apr. 24. 1908.) 

Harrison, N. Y.. Miriam Osborn me- 
morial home. E 878. (II 110084, May 
2, 1908; 2 c. May 7. 1908.) 

New York, N. Y. B 12701, C 6572. 
(H 110081. 110082. May 2, 1908: 2 c. 
of each May 7, 1908.) 

C 6370, C 6536, D 403-D 405, 

H 28. (11 199658, Apr. 24, 1908, H 
1093S4, Apr. 24, 1908, H 109385, Apr. 
14. 1908, H 109457-109459, Apr. 16, 
1908 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 24, 1908. 

Underwood & Underwood, New York. 
N. Y. [13434-13516 

Stereoscopic photographs. U 98326, 
U 106456. (H 109375, 109376, Apr. 14, 
1907.) 

Rome, Italy, tbe Colosseum. (H 

109502, Apr. 17, 190s.) 

U 38453, U 38709, U 87488. U 

100730, U 105621. U 105945, U 107511, 
U 108321, U 111577. (II 109493-109501, 

Apr. 17, 1908.) 



Underwood & Underwood — Continued. 

U 30779, U 30900, U 41618, U 

44629, U 61033, U 78799, U 86416, U 
90806, U 94409, U 105614. U 112996. (H 
109584-109594, Apr. 21. 1908.) 

U 112589, U 112590. (H 

109643. 109644, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

U 96871. D 97051, D 97067, U 

98668, D 100556, U 101639. U 10G951. 
I' 106951-2, U 106951-3. D 106951-^. 
(H 109696-109705, Apr. 25. 1908.) 

U 77523. U 71(144. V 79164, U 

79669, U 79757. (H 109918-109922, 
Apr. 28, 1908.) 

U 99199, U 103476, U 112957, U 

112958, r 113754. (H 110003-110007, 
Apr. 30, 1908.) 

D 91 858, I ' 104815, D t( RK W ». 

1 1 2782, I'll •_>'. h ;7. ( 1 1 1 1 < M »:>,S-110042, 
May 1. 1908.) 

D 70207, r 104482, 112950, U 

LU2950, r L12962, U lli'iHil. U 112 
i II L19070 1*0076, .May 2, 1996.) 

r 113881. i II 110161, May 4. 

1906.) 

57076, U 98971, V 112636, U 

102639, I' U2767, V 112768, U 112770- 
112776. <H 110206, 110209, 110207, 
1 10208, 1101! (7-110205, May 5, 1908.) 

D 54! ft >. I! >'. N 174, U II 17774. ( H 

holt,!' U0264, May 7. 1908; 2 c. of 
each May 8, 1908.) 

r 72570, r 98166, U 106884, U 

106942. ill 110307 L10310, Hay % 
1908.) 

I 38782, r L0Q249. (H 110449, 

110450, May 11, 190S.) 

r L03906, l" 104174, I 113997. 

I II 1KU71 11047::. .May 12, 190* 

I'. S. 1 ASHION & SAMIM.K BOOK CO., 

Philadelphia, Pa. [13517, 13518 
Fashion supplement Fall & win- 
ter. IPns 09. (G 18550, Apr. 30, 
1908.) 

beading fail styles. 1906. (G 
18493, Apr. 14, 1906.) 
United States lithograph co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. [13519-13549 
[Photographs of posters] 11391- 
11394. iH 109948-109951, Apr. 29, 
T.iiis. 1 

11395. (H 110295, May 8, 

1908.) 

Posters. 354, 11233, 11308, 11309. 
(G 18502-18505, Apr. IS, 190S.) 

11234. 11236. 11238, 11239, 

11811, 11312. 11313. <<; lso:::: -18529, 
Apr. 23, 1908.) 

11232. 11310, 11363. 11364. (G 

18546-18549, Apr. 29. 1908.) 



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205 



nos. 19-22, May, 1908 



United States lithograph co. — Cont'd. 

11237, 11384. (G 18575, 18576, 

May 4, 1908.) 

11342, 11344, 11346, 11354- 

11357, 11362,' 11365. (G 18606- 
18614, May 8, 1908.) 

Universal photographic novelty co., 
San Francisco, Cal. [13550 

With the great American battle fleet. 
(F 64655, Apr. 18, 1908.) 

University press, Cambridge, Mass. 

[13551-13575 

Eliot's (George) works. 8 drawings 
by Gertrude Demain (Hammond) Mc- 
Murdie to illustrate " Mill on the 
Floss"; "Scenes of Clerical life"; 
"Adam Bede " ; " Romola". (F 
64562-64569, Apr. 15, 1908.) 

9 drawings by Frederick L. 

Stoddard to illustrate "Daniel De- 
ronda " ; " Middlemarch " ; " Felix 
Holt"; "Poems". (F 64588-64596, 
Apr. 15, 1908.) 

Julius Ceesar; [by] Bernhard Par- 
tridge. (F 65138, May 6, 1908.) 

Othello; by F. Brangwvn. (F 64864, 
Apr. 25, 1908.) 

Poems. I. Passionate pilgrim, by 
Gertrude Demain Hammond. (F 
64865, Apr. 25, 1908.) 

Shakespeare's plays. 4 engravings 
illustrating Cariolanus, Hamlet, Timon 
of Athens, Anthony and Cleopatra. (F 
64558-64561, Apr. 15, 1908.) 

Troilus and Cressida : [by! W. H. 
Margetson. (F 65138, May 6, 190S.) 

Van Deventer (C. J.). Decatur. 111. 

[13576 
Sunday (W. A.) group. (H 109511, 
Apr. IS, IPOS.) 

Van Gytenreek (Anthony), Pater- 
son, N. J. [13577-135S3 
Cottage near Arnhem. — Dutch corn- 
mill. — Dutch farm. — Polder near Am- 
sterdam. — 'Scene near Amsterdam. — 
Scene near The Hague. — Watermill 
near Rotterdam. [7 prints] (F 64639- 
64645, Apr. 18, 1908.) 

Van Horen (Theo. J.), Brooklvn, 

N. Y. [135S4 

Jamaica Park south, bird'seye view. 

(F 65011, Apr. 29, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 25, 

1908.) 

Vaughn & Keetii, San Francisco, Cal. 

[135S5 
Gillette (Gov.) and Thomas (Rear 
Admiral) and staffs. (H 109706. Apr. 
25, 1908.) 



Vessky i Alexander), Crow Lake, S. 
Dak. [13586 

Will he bellow or will he whinny. 
(11 110313, May 8, 1908. ) 

Vitagraph co. of America, New York, 
N. Y. [13587-13594 

Flower girl. (H 109581, Apr. 21, 
I 1908.) 

Good boy. (H 110103, May 4, 1908.) 

Mother's crime. (H 109746, Apr. 27, 
1908.) 

Nellie, .the beautiful housemaid. (H 
110099, May 4, 1908.) 

Parley vous frangais? (H 109450, 
Apr. 16, 1908.) 

She wanted to be an actress. (H 
109747, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Turning the tables. (H 109580, Apr. 
21, 1908.) 

What one small boy can do. (H 
: 109449, Apr. 16, 1908.) 

Walker (Geo. H.) & co., Boston. Mass. 
[13595, 13596 
Ruins of Chelsea fire. 1, 2. (H 
109491, 109492, Apr. 17, 1908.) 

Waterman (C. E.), Chicago, 111. 

r 13597 
U. S. Atlantic fleet. (H 109451, Apr. 
16, 1908.) 

Watkins (Leonard A.), Denver, Colo. 

[13598-13639 

After business. (F 64940, Apr. 27, 

1908.) 

At the circus. (F 64932, Apr. 27, 

190S.) 

Baseball fan. (F 64923, Apr. 27, 

1908.) 

Baseball idol. (F 64921, Apr. 27, 

1908.) 

Bubbles. (F 64669, Apr. 20. 1908.) 
Commercial man. (F 64918, Apr. 

27, 1908.) 

Dovey. (F 64677, Apr. 20, 1908.) 
Down on our street. (F 64937, Apr. 

27, 1908.) 

Extra. (F 64941, Apr. 27, 1908.) 
Football. (F 64678, Apr. 20, 1908.) 
Forward. (F 64679, Apr. 20, 1908.) 
Gladness. (F 64927, Apr. 27, 1908.) 
Good-morning. (F 64680. Apr. 20, 

1908.) 

Grafter. (F 64670, Apr. 20, 1908.) 
Ham (om) lette. (F 64671, Apr. 

20, 1908.) 

Happy. (F 64925, Apr. 27, 1908.) 



206 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Watkins (Leonard A.) — Continued. 

Heartbreaker. (F 64917, Apr. 27, 
1908.) 

Here's to you. (F 64938, Apr. 27, 
1908.) 

Higher education. (F 64672. Apr. 
20, 1908.) 

Just clothes. (F 64942, Apr. 27, 
1908. ) 

Just like a woman. (F 64922, Apr. 
27, 1908.) 

Just out. (F 64920, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Knocker. (F 64919, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Milk toast. (F 64673, Apr. 20, 
1908.) 

My Japanese idol. (F 64681, Apr. 
20, 1908.) 

My office boy says. (F 64934, Apr. 

27, 3908.) 

Napoleon. (F 64931, Apr. 27, 1908.) 
New woman. (F 64926, Apr. 27, 

1908.) 

On the square. (F 64933, Apr. 27, 

1908.) 

Our show. (F 64935, Apr. 27, 1908.) 
Secret. (F 64928, Apr. 27, 1908.) 
Spoon. (F 64936, Apr. 27, 1908.) 
Touching. (F 64674, Apr. 20, 1908.) 
Trouble. (F 64939, Apr. 27, 1908.) 
Untamed. (F 64682, Apr. 20, 1908.) 
Want to be my caddy. (F 64683, 

Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Warranted. (F 64684, Apr. 20, 

1908.) 

Wav of the transgressor. (F 64675, 

Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Whaling. (F 64930, Apr. 27, 1908.) 
Wholesale. (F 64676, Apr. 20, 

1908.) 

Wisdom. (F 64924, Apr. 27, 1908.) 
Wonderful. (F 64929, Apr. 27, 

1908.) 

Weil (Henry) & co., New York, N. Y. 
[13640-13658 
Amid the roses. — Beauties of au- 
tumn. — Frosty days. — Gossips. — Got a 
match? — Harvest. — I was once a per- 
fects — Merry days. — Mistletoe. — Oh 
let's be joyful.— Old mill.— Reflec- 
tions. — Silvery moon. [13 prints] 
(F 64625-64637, Apr. 17, 1908.) 

He loves me, he loves me not. (F , 
65158. May 6, 1908.) 

Holly days. (F 65161, May 6, 
1908.) 

Land of nod. (F 65163, May 6, I 
190S.) 



Weil (Henry) & co. — Continued. 
Man of the hour. (F 65162, Mav 

6, 1908.) 

Mascot. (F 65159, May 6, 1908.) 
Yuletide. (F 65160, 'May 6, 1908.) 

Weisgerber (Chas. H.), Washington, 
D. C. [13659 

Inspiration (The). (F 65142, Mav 
6, 1908.) 

Werling (Jos.), Los Angeles, Cal. 

[13660 
Enlightenment of the world. (G 
18260, Feb. 24, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 15, 
1908.) 

Wetzel (C. H.), Ravenswood, W. Ya. 
[13661-13665 

Queen City. (H 109987, Apr. 20. 
1908.) 

Ravenswood, W. Ya. [1] iH 
109986, Apr. 20, i;K)S. 1 c. Mar. 17. 
190S: 1 c. Apr. 20, 1908.) 

T2-4] (H 100988 108080, Apr. 

20, 1908.) 

White (H. C.) <<>.. North Bennington, 

Vt. [13666-1 ,°,777 

Alps (Savoy) 15273, 15274, 15276- 
15294. (H 109S74-109894, Apr. 27, 
1908.) 

MontBlanc. 15275. (H 109917, 
Apr. 28, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 27, 1908. 

Berne, Switzerland, feeding the 
famous bears. (H 100881, Apr. 27, 
1908.) 

River Aare and Kornhaus 

bridge. 15296. (H 110120, Mav 4, 
L908.) 

Chamoniz, Savoy Alps, entrance to 
the Lee grotto. 1529S. (H 110122, 
May i. 1908.) 

Geneva, Switzerland, Brunswick 
monument. 15271. (H 109872, Apr. 
27. 1908.) 

Gibraltar. 16882 L6887. (H110 
110136, -May 1. 1!>0S.) 

Guadalupe. Mexico. 17615-17r»l7. 
(H 110151-110153, May 4, 1908.) 

Lake Geneva. 15200, 15269, T 
(H 10982S. 109870. 109872, Apr. 27. 
1908.) 

Lanterbrunnen valley, Switzerland. 
threadlike Staubbach waterfall. I 
(H 109829. Apr. 27. 1908.) 

Lucerne. Switzerland. River Reuss, 
etc. 15242. (H 109S47, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Meiringen, Switzerland. 15240,15241. 
(H 109S45, 109S40. Apr. 27, 190S.) 

[Mexico], vista of an old Mexican 
garden, Coyoacan. 17618. (Hli' 
Mav 4. 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, ('UTS. AND PB1NT8 
nos. 19-22, May, 1908 



207 



White (H. C.) co. — Continued. 

Mexico City, Mexico. 17601-17614. 
(H 110337-110150, May 4, 1908.) 

Montreux, Switzerland. 15270. (H 
100871, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Xeubausen. Switzerland, below the 
famous falls of the Rhine. 15300. (H 
110124, May 4, 190S.) 

Falls of the Rhine. 15248. (H 

109852, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Palestine, the mill. 1438. (H 110115, 
May 4, 1908.) 

Roosevelt (Theodore), the nation's 
chief. 9903. (H 110116, May 4, 1908.) 

Saas-Fee, Switzerland. 15266, 15267. 
(II 109867, 109868, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Switzerland: 15195, 15204, 15228- 
15239, 15244-15247, 15250, 15253, 15254, 
15250-15259, 15262-15264, 15268. (H 
109827, 109830, 109833-109844, 109848- 
109851, 109853, 109856-109861, 109864- 
109866, 109869, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

15145, 15249, 15265. ( H 109914- 

109916, Apr. 28, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
29,1908.) 

15295, 15297. (H 110119, 

110121, May 4, 1908.) 

Taft (Hon. Win. H.) at his desk. 
13010. (H 110117, May 4, 1908.) 

Tangier, Morocco. 16311-16316. (H 
110125-110130, May 4, 1908.) 

Thun. Switzerland, S. E. from the 
castle. 15227. (H 109S32, Apr. 27, 
1908. ) 

Weiringeu, Switzerland, pathway 
along the great gorge of the Aare. 
15299. (H 110123, May 4, 190S.) 

Zermatt, Switzerland. 15251. 15252, 
15260. 15261. (H 109854. 109855, 
109862, 109863, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Zermatt and the Matterhorn. Switz- 
erland. 15107. (H 11011S, May 4, 
1908.) 

Whitman (Charles -M.), North 
Adams, Mass. [13778 

Barefoot boy. (H 110195, May 4, 
1908; 2 c. Apr. 27, 190S.) 
Wicks (Charles L.), Lynn, Mass. 

[13779 

Chelsea, Mass., Chelsea fire. (H 
110098, Apr. 29, 1908; 1 c. Apr. 23, 
1908; 1 c. Apr. 29, 1908.) 

Wilkinson (Edwin H.), Bovne, Mich. 

[13780 
Boyne city blowout. (H 109368, 
Apr. 13, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Wilson (Robert Burns), New York, 
N. Y. [13781 

Omar's rose. (H 109545, Apr. 20. 
1908.) 



Win. slow (Albert 
N. Y. 



G. ) , Keeseville, 
[13782-13790 

(H 



Ausable river, N. Y. [1, 2] 
109531, 109532, Apr. IS, 1908.) 

Ausable valley from Kent street. 
(H 109533, Apr. 18, 1908.) 

Keeseville. N. Y. [1-4] (H 
109527-109530, Apr. 18, 1908.) 

Port Kent bay. [1, 21. (H 109525, 
109526, Apr. 18, 1908.) 

Wittig (W. W.i. New York, N. Y. 

[13791 
Hackenschmidt tour. (H 107376, 
Mar. 14, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Wood (Otis F.), New Brighton, N. Y. 

[13792-13816 

Bub, he's always to blame. (F 

64512, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

(F 64737, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

(F 64905, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

(F 65080, May 2, 1908.) 

(F 65211, May 9, 1908.) 

Mary and her little lamb. (F 
; 64514, Apr. 13, 190S.) 

(F 6473S. Apr. 20, 1908.) 

(F 64906, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

(F 65081, May 2, 1908.) 

(F 65212, May 9, 1908.) 

Sambo and his funny noises. (F 
64510, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

(F 64735, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

(F 64903, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

(F 65078. May 2. 1908.) 

(F 65209, May 9, 1908.) 

Simon Simple. (F 64513, Apr. 13, 
1908.) 

(F 64739, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

(F 64907, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

(F 650S2, May 2, 1908.) 

(F 65213, May 9, 1908.) 

Wags, the dog that adopted a man. 
j (F 64511, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

(F 64736, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

(F 64904, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

(F 65079, May 2, 1908.) 

(F 65210, May 9, 1908.) 

Woodruff (Frank M.), Chicago, 111. 
[13817, 13818 
Bear study. (H 109371, Apr. 13, 
1908.) 

Covote srudv. (H 109371, Apr. 13, 
1908.) 

2 c. of each Apr. 6. 1908. 



208 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. 8., v. 3 



Woolard (Sam F.), Wichita, Kans. 

[13810 
Pictures of memory. (G 18551, 
Apr. 30, 1908.) 

Wright & Goodner, Wilkesbarre, Pa. 
[13820, 13821 

In the harem. (H 109583, Apr. 21, 
1908.) 

Odalisque (The). (H 109582, Apr. 
21, 1908.) ^ 

Yachting pub. co., New York, N. Y. 

[13822-13825 
Clewed up. (F 64829, Apr. 23, 
1908.) 



Yachting pub. co. — Continued. 

Good slant of wind. (F 64827, 
Apr. 23, 1908.) 

Moon path. (F 64828, Apr. 23, 
1908.) 

Trough of the sea. (F 64830, Apr. 
23. 1908.) 

2 c. of each Apr. 20, 1908. 

Zeda (Harry L.), New York, N. Y. 

[13826 
Zeda's witchland. (F 65165, Apr. 2, 

1908.) 



Summary statement of deposits, received and credited, included in the Cata- 
logue since January 1, [ 

Number of entries of Engravings, Cuts and Prints, completed by deposit. 4,653 
Number of entries of Chromos and Lithographs, completed by deposit — 959 
Number of entries of Photographs completed by deposit 6,992 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 



Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with 
applications for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs 
intended to be perfected as works of the fine arts. Arranged in monthly alphabets by 
proprietors with subalphabets of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
the receipt of one copy is always omitted when the one copy has been received on the 
day of entry. The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read : " Copy- 
right by American lithographic company, New York, N. Y. Class I. XXc, no. 25447, 
Apr. 29, 1908 ; 1 photograph received Apr. 29, 190*." 



American lithographic co., New York, 
N. Y. [13827,13828 

Aluria. In oval panel, bust portrait 
of beautiful young woman having dark 
hair worn in pompadour fashion. (I 
25447. Apr. 29, 1008.) 

Pose box to]>. x. 1. 331S5. Against 
background of rose branches in blos- 
som, is fan with perforated border. 
(I 25215. Apr. 10. 1908.) 

American snow print co.. Milwaukee. 
Wis. [13S29-13837 

Bunco in Arizona. Bunco and Dick 
in Black Hawk's power. Poster draw- 
ing. (I 25500, Apr. 30, 1008.) 

Burlesque stock, clown and ballet 
girl. Poster drawing. (I 25510, Apr. 
30, 1008.) 

Letter from Johnnie. Poster 

drawing. (I 25512, Apr. 30, 1008.) 

Extra dry. Show girl coming out 
of bottle of champaign. Poster draw- 
ing. (I 25511, Apr. 30, 100S.) 

Girl's best friend. Jinny. Poster 
drawing. (I 25514, Apr. 30, 1908.) 

It's all on the quiet. Boots busy 
day. Poster drawing. (I 25513, Apr. 
30, 1908.) 

Sure shot Sam. If yo' all loved him 
like I do. Poster drawing. (I 25515, 
Apr. 30, 1908.) 

Principal characters. Poster 

drawing. (I 25507, Apr. 30, 190S.) 

Wild animal poster. Poster draw- 
ing. (I 25508, Apr. 30, 1908.) 

American tobacco co., New York, N. Y 
[13838, 13839 

Homeward bound. Harbor scene in 
miniature, seamen in foreground, at 
either side are young woman and 
young man. (I 25448, Apr. 29, 1908.) 

Matinee girl. Bust portrait of beau- 
tiful young woman having hair styl- 
ishly arranged. (I 25449, Apr. 29, 
1908.) 



Anabgyros (S.), New York, N. Y. 

r 13840-13845 

Guard of light. Immense human 
figure in seated position, wearing hel- 
met shaped head-dress, holding em- 
Mom. (I 25454. Apr. 29, 1908.) 

Hour of rest. A female figure 
loosely draped, and wearing bracelets, 
beads about her neck. (I 25453, Apr. 
29, 1908.) 

Queen of the garden. Marble steps, 
entrance to a temple, on second step is 
young woman loosely draped. (I 
25450, Apr. 29, 1908.) 

Seal of Daroh. In circular panel 
head, profile view, of man wearing 
peculiar head adornment. (I 25452, 
Apr. 29, 1908.) 

Silence. Stone figures resembling 
sleeping man and woman, having cap- 
shaped headwear. (I 25455, Apr. 29, 
190S.) 

Travellers in the desert. In fore- 
ground are three gigantic columns in 
ruin, near which are two Egyptians, 
one seated on a camel. (I 25451, Apr. 
29, 1908.) 

Angell (Priscilla Hammond), Hol- 
lywood, Calif. [13846 
Ideal head and shoulders of young 
woman in decollete costume of white 
chiffon. (I 25375, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Art chemical laboratories, Rich- 
mond HilL N. Y. [13847 
Christmas story; by Jay Hambidge. 
Colored woman, striped handkerchief 
tied about her head, holding a child 
in her arm. (I 25271, Apr. 22, 1908.) 

Bacon (Irving Ruben), Munich, Ger- 
many. [13848 
Conquest of the prairie. Group of 
Indians before an Indian camp are 
watching the approach of civilization. 
(I 25501, Apr. 29, 1908.) 

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210 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Barnes-Crosby co., Chicago, 111. 

[13849-13939 

L 2727, L 2728, L 2735, L 2738, 
L 2740, L 2741, L 2745-L 2747, L 2749, 
L 2755, L 2756, L 2760, L 2761, L 2763- 
L 2768, L 2774-L 2777, L 2786, L 2794, 
(I 25159-25184, Apr. 13, 1908.) 

L 2803, L 2804, L 2806, L 2809- 
L 2813, L 2815-L 2818, L 2820-L 2828, 
L 2829 A, L 2829 B, L 2830-L 2832, 
L 2834-2838, L 2840, L 2841, L 2843, 
L 2844, L 2S46-L 2848, L 2851, L 2853, 
(I 25458-25497, Apr. 29, 1908.) 

L 2854-L 2S58, L 2862-L 2872, L 
2875-L 2879, L 2887-L 2889, L 2893. 
(I 25576-25600, May 7, 1908.) 

Batchelder (Charles Fletcher), 
Chicago, 111. [13940-13945 

Boxer. Young man in act of strik- 
ing out with left fist clenched. (I 
25381, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Discus thrower. Athlete poised 
ready to throw discus. (I 25380, Apr. 
27, 1908.) 

Bowler (The) A partially nude 
man in act of bowling a ball. (I 
25376, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Putting the shot. Partially nude 
male figure in act of heaving a weight. 
(1 25377, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Sprinter (The) Young man in act 
of starting to run. (I 25379, Apr. 27, 
1908.) 

Striker (The) A baseball player in 
position of striking a baseball. (I 
25378, Apr. 27, 190S.) 

Beattie (H. W.), Quincy, Mass. 

[13946 
Man in the moon. S5. General de- 
sign of square panel, upon which in re- 
lief is modelled cherub riding owl. (I 
25353, Apr. 24, 1908.) 

Beck with (Carroll), New York, N. Y. 

[13947 

Medallion (The) Life size head of 

a lady in profile, against rich green 

curtain, held back in folds. (I 25211, 

Apr. 15, 1908.) 

Berger-Levrault et co., Paris, France. 
[1394S-14007 
Paraboles (Les), [60 pen drawings 
illustrating the Parables] by Eugene 
Burnand. (I 25288-25347, Apr. 23, 
1908.) 

Blau (Edwaru), Newark, N. J. 

[14008-14014 

Bust of a child looking downward. 

A bust the base of which is formed of 

a conventional flower design. ( I 25206, 

Apr. 15, 1908.) 



Blau (Edward) — Continued. 

Bust of a child looking upward. 
Base of a conventional flower design. 
(I 25205, Apr. 15, 1908.) 

Dutch clock flanked by a Dutch 
peasant child. Statuary having a long 
base. (I 25200, Apr. 15, 190S.) 

Dutch clock flanked by a Dutch 
school girl. Dutch doll, resting its 
right hand on clock base. [Statuary.] 
(I 25201, Apr. 15, 1908.) 

Mirror support. A base portion 
merging into upright standard, the 
standard being faced by a female fig- 
ure, sliehtly draped. (I 25204, Apr. 
15, 1908.) 

Water carrier about to lift an 
earthen water bottle. Rock base on 
which is draped female figure support- 
ing a jar. (I 25202, Apr. 15, 1908.) 

Water carrier in the act of pouring. 
Draped female figure supporting a jar 
with hip. (I 25203, Apr. 15, 1908.) 

Bob (Julius). New York, N. Y. 

[14015, 14016 

Marine subject. Decorative scrolls 
and figure!. Two mermaids below 
swaying arms waving to music of 
l\ re. .\. S04. (I 25440, Apr. 28, 1908 ; 
1 photo. Apr. 22, 1908.) 

Motif, music. Decorative scrolls 
and figures. Nude female figure seat- 
ed in about centre of panel beating 
time with wand. A. 803. (I 25439, 
Apr. 28, 1908; 1 photo. Apr. 22, 1908.) 

Boileau (Philip), New York. N. Y. 

[14017 

Mischief makers. Heads and busts 

of three mischievous looking girls 

dressed for walking. (I 25223, Apr. 

17, 1908.) 

Bong (Rich), Berlin, Germany. 

[14013 
Sonniger herbsttag (Bright autumn 
day), by O. Jernberg. Road in the 
country, birch trees on both sides, 
house to left, man driving cow in dis- 
tance. (I 25500, Apr. 30, 1908.) 

Bonhajo (Valentine), Cincinnati. 
Ohio. [14019 

Cincinnati water works. Group pic- 
ture made up of different buildings. 
(I 25272, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

Boston floating hospital, Boston, 
Mass. [14020, 14021 

Boston floating hospital at pier. 

Steamer at pier, cross on funnel, flags 

at bow and stern. (I 25547, May 5, 

1908.) 



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Boston floating hospital— Com. 

Boston floating hospital down the 
bay. Starboard side of steamer un- 
der way, American flag at the stern. 
(T 25548, May 5, 1908.) 

Boston sculpture co., Melrose, Mass. 
[14022-14025 

Boston tea party. Eight men dis- 
guised as Indians throwing chests of 
tea from the deck of a ship into Bos- 
ton harbor. (I 25572, May 7, 1908.) 

Spirit of '76. Bas relief, two men 
and a boy playing fife and drums, 
marching at the head of a column of 
soldiers. (I 25571, May 7, 1908.) 

Washington in a standing position, 
in Colonial dress, left hand resting on 
sword, right hand grasping a scroll. 
(I 25570, Apr, 27, 190S.) 

Washington crossing the Delaware. 
Bas relief showing Washington in bow 
of boat, behind him is soldier carrying 
flag. (I 25569, Apr. 27, 190S.) 
Brown, (J. G.), New York, N. Y. 

[14026-14029 

Have a smoke ! Dark haired boot- 
black holding a cigarette at the dog's 
mouth. (I 25210, Apr. 15, 190S.) 

Old friends must part. Light haired 
bootblack dragging a white dog by his 
collar, girl with reddish hair, is cry- 
ing. (I 25200, Apr. 15, 190S.) 

Steady ! Dark haired bootblack 
holding his stub brush on dog's nose. 
(I 25207, Apr. 15, 190S.) 

Tantalizing. Dark haired bootblack 
sitting on his box. He looks and 
laughs at girl. (I 25208, Apr. 15, 
1908.) 

Camus (Jean), Paris, France. [14030 
Hires dans les bois. Laughing young 
nymph seated on ground touching 
Pans pipe with ris;ht hand. (.1 25629, 
May 12, 190S.) 

I aslani (Severino), Montpelier, Yt. 

[14031-14034 

Rock-face sarcophagus. Monument 

designs. S. C. 132, S. C. 133, S. C. 131, 

S. C. 134. (I 253S7-25390. Apr. 27, 

190S. ) 

Church (Frederick Stuart), New 
York, N. Y. [14035, 14036 

Study for Valkyrie. No. 1, 2. Fe- 
male head with wings. (I 25358, 
25359, Apr. 25, 1908.) 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New York. 
N. Y. [14037-14039 

Joys of target practise. Men load- 
ing seven-inch guns, umpire taking 
scores. (I 25456. Apr. 29. 1908.) 



Collier (P. F.) & son — Continued. 

Ready for the road; by Harrison 
Fisher. Young girl putting on her 
long gloves, she wears automobile 
coat and sailor hat. (I 25554, May 
5, 1908.) 

Scouts (The) ; by Frederic Reming- 
ton. Two Indians on horseback, 
standing still, watching something in 
the distance. (I 25457, Apr. 29, 1908.) 

Coolidge (Cassius M.), New York, 
N. Y. [14040-14042 

Breach of promise case. Scene in 
stable, case being tried before judge 
and jury of dogs. (I 25551, May 5, 
1908.) 

Dog of a bachelor. Collie dog with 
letter in paw sitting in chair. (I 
25550, May 5, 1908.) 

Fairy story. Irish setter sitting in 
chair reading to a King Charles span- 
iel. (I 25552, May 5, 1908.) 

Cbaftsmans guild, Highland Park, 

111. [14043 

Billiken. Small figure seated with 

hands on hips at side. (I 25623. May 

11, 1908.) 

Crane (J. W.), New York, N. Y. 

[14044-14046 

Favorite (The). Head and bust 
woman with light hair and blue eyes 
holding cat. (I 25234, Apr. 18, 190S.) 

Thro' pastures green. Summer 
landscape, stream running through 
center of picture, woman washing 
clothes on bank. (I 25505, Apr. 30, 
1908.) 

Where highland cattle range. Sum- 
mer landscape at Loch Eke, five high- 
land cattle standing by edge of lake. 
(I 25504, Apr. 30, 1908.) 

Crowell publishing co., Springfield, 
Ohio. [14047 

June girl. Head and shoulders of 
young girl wearing large hat with 
long flowing veil. (I 25530, Mav 4, 
1908.) 

Daprato statuary co., Chicago, 111. 

[1404S 
Altar in Gothic style. Under altar 
table is monogram B. V. Above taber- 
nacle is Gothic arch, back of which is 
statue of the Blessed Virgin. (I 
25527, May 2, 1908.) 

David (M.), New York, N. Y. [14049 
Last day of Lincoln; by A. Chap- 
pel. Lincoln on his deathbed sur- 
rounded by Mrs. Lincoln, Robt. Lin- 
coln, and 44 other personages. (I 
25213, Apr. 16, 1908.) 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYK1GHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Davis (A. M.), Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

[14050 

Stung again. Head of tramp, face 

covered with swellings and slight 

growth of whiskers. (I 25626, Feb. 

24, 1908.*) 

Davis (Warren B.), New York, N. Y. 

[14051 

When the heart calls ; by Warren B. 

Davis. Young lady seated on rug by 

side of open fire place, dog and ball 

in foreground. (I 25573, May 7, 1908.) 



Davis 
N. 



( William 
Y. 



Steeple), 



no. 2. (I 25385, 



plan, 
plan. 



(I 25219, 



(I 25383, 



Forbes lithograph mfg. co., Boston, 

Mass. [14060 

Mother and child. Young mother 



holding baby on her 
25199, Apr. 15, 1908.) 



shoulder. (I 



Frost & Reed. Bristol, England. 

[14061-14065 

Fair wind, fair weather. Seascape 
with a fishing boat containing two men 
sailing along with a fair wind. (I 
25621, May 11, 1908.) 

Last reef down. Seascape with a 
yacht sailing along from right to left. 
(I 25620, May 11, 1908.) 



Orient 
[14052 

Uninvited guest. Kitten and rooster 
the rooster in act of stealing the kit- 
ten's food. (I 25499, Apr. 29, 190S.) 

Dunsmore (John Wardi, New York, 
N. Y. [1405.", 

Calling out the minute men. Farm- 
er with team of oxen polwtng, ho baa 
stopped and is talking to two minute 
men. (I 25236, Apr. 18, 1908.) 

iM.\iii;ri:i!iTK A.), Canton, Ohio. 
[14054 
Farmer's dream of Roosevelt. Ru- 
ral scene in the fall of the year de- 
picting in the foreground a field of 
corn in shock. (I 25211. Apr. 20, 
190S.) 

Fairbanks (E. & T.) & co., St. Johns- 
bury. Vt. [14055-14058 

Iron frame railway track scale of 
the master scale builders' type. Build- 
ers' plan. (I 253S2, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Detail plan. (I 25384, Apr. 27, 

1908.) 

Detail plan; 

Apr. 27. 1908.) 

Foundation 

Apr. 17, 1908.) 

Foundation 

Apr. 27. 1908.) 



Frost & Reed — Continued. 

Rocky bay, Cornwall. A coast 
scene with rocks jutting out into a 
bay. Sea gulls are depicted. (I 25229. 
Apr. 18, 1908.) 

Sea caverns. Coast scene with rocks 
and caverns and sea gulls, large cav- 
ernous opening in rocks. (I 21 
Apr. 18,1908.) 

Through the calm and frosty air. 
Snow scene, a road through a wood 
covered with snow. Flock of sheep 
coining along the road. (I 25022, Mav 
11, 1908.) 

Galveston brewing co., Galve* 

Tex. [14066 

Mermaids (The). A beach, showing 

two mermaids and large sea wall. (I 
25502, Apr. 20. 1908.) 

Goldy "Samuel A.). Sunnyvale, Cal. 

[14067 
structure. Rectangular structure 
having colonade surrounding all four 
sides, i 1 25632, May 12. L90 

i ; i i \i a \ x & Gi r m a x x. New York, 
X. V. [14068 ' 

And they say school days are your 
happiest days. Boy about six years 
Old seated at entrance Of house holding 
slate and pencil. I I 25249, Apr. 20, 
L908.) 

Exceeding the speed limit. Boy on 
ground feet in air looking at dog 
Ing cat < I 25251, Apr. 20, L968. 1 

Gossip. Tw<> girls, age about live, 
talking intently, one pointing finger 
at the other. < I 25246, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Little mother. Motherly looking 
child sitting on chair sewing doll d 
(I 25847, Apr. 20, 1908. , 

Lullaby. Little iiirl with one hand 
in lap and the other on cradle in which 
is a doll. (I 2524S, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Poodle-mobile. With lines attached 
to a poodle a boy on roller skatl 
drawn along. < 1 25250, Apr. 20. 19 

Hall & RtJCKEL, New York. X. Y. 

[14074 
Laughing girl. Girl laughing and 
holding hand mirror in hands. (I 
24214. Apr. 10. 1908.) 

Heaton (A. G.i. Washington, 1 >. C. 

T 14075 
Day Spring from on high. Christ 
child with outstretched arms stand- 
ing on wall of house supported bv His 
mother. ( I 25581, May 4. 1'Mis. » 



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213 



nos. 19-22, May, 1908 



Herrick (G. Herbert), Winchendon, 
Mass. [14076 

Wildwood monarch. Head of ant- 
lered moose, woodland background, 
special frame leaf and scroll. (I 
25526, May 1, 1908.) 

Holzer (J. A.), New York, N. Y. 

[14077 
Creation of light; by J. A. Holzer. 
Three panels and lunettes, in the cen- 
tral panel is the angel of light. (I 
25350, Apr. 24, 1908.) 

Hunter (John Young), Newmarket, 

England. [14078 

David Garrick. Dinner scene from 

the play David Garrick. (I 25238, 

Apr. 20, 1908.) 

International art pub. co., New 
York, N. Y. [14079-14124 

Christmas automobiles. A, B. (I 
25405, 25406, Apr. 28, 1908.) 

Christmas bells. A-D. (I 25407- 
25410, Apr. 28, 190S.) 

Christmas post cards. Horseshoe 
and wishbone series. A-D. (I 25427- 
25430, Apr. 28, 1908.) 

[Christmas post cards. Santa Claus 
series. A-H] (I 25397-25404, Apr. 
28, 1908.) 

Dutch boy and girl series, etc. 1-6. 
(I 25603-25608, May 9, 190S.) 

Fourth of July series. A-F. (I 
25415-25420, Apr. 28, 1908.) 

Holly landscape series. A-D. (I 
25411-25414, Apr. 28, 1908.) 

Turkey series. A-F. (I 25421- 
25426, Apr. 28, 190S.) 

[Turkey and pumpkin series. A-F] 
(I 25391-25396, Apr. 28.) 

Kerx (Peter) co., Knoxville, Tenn. 

[14125 
Sweets. Laughing girl seated, open 
box of candy in her lap. (I 25503, Apr. 
30, 190S.) 

Ketterlinus LITHOGRAPHIC MFG. CO., 
Philadelphia, Pa. [14126, 14127 

Christmas spray. Three sprays of 
holly, mistletoe and pine cone inter- 
mingled. (I 25516, Apr. 30, 1908.) 

Thistle spray. Three sprays of 
thistle and lily of the valley inter- 
mingled. (I 25517, Apr. 30, 1908.) 

Knoblaugh (Edward M.)» Toledo, 

Ohio. [1412$ 

McKinley (Win.) Moulded and cast 

portrait bust with circular base. (I 

25437, Apr. 27, 1908 ; 1 photo. Apr. 20, 

190S.) 

42853—08 3 



Laxge (J. A.), New York, N. Y. 

[14129 
Vivian. Head and shoulders of 
young woman with golden brown hair 
and dark brown eyes, with feather boa 
over shoulders. (I 25235, Apr. 18, 
1908.) 

Lauber (Joseph), Montclair, N. J. 

[14130 

Idyl of the sea. Female figure in 

loose classic drapery standing on a 

rock bound coast. (I 25553, May 5, 

1908.) 

Lazzabi <.V Barton, New York, N. Y. 

[14131, 14132 

Carved rustic monument in broken 
rock work, carved wreath in center 
oak leaves and name Zahn below. (I 
25221, Apr. 17, 1908.) 

Three piece rustic broken rock monu- 
ment with carved panel and name 
Bradley. (I 25220, Apr. 17, 1908.) 

Leigh (William Robinson), New 
York, N. Y. [14133, 14134 

Grand cafion of the Colorado. Grand 
Caiion from near Bright Angel hotel. 
The Colorado river flows across pic- 
ture. (I 25269, Apr. 21, 1908.) 

Sunset on the grand Caiion of the 
Colorado. Canon all in shadow ex- 
cept some peaks on the opposite wall. 
(I 25268, Apr. 21, 190S.) 

LEPrERT (Rudolph E.), New York, 

N. Y. [14135 

Topsy turvey heads. Caricatures of 

Taft and Bryan in one. (I 25528, May 

1, 190S; 1 photo Apr. 25, 1908.) 

Life pub. co., New York. N. Y. 

[14136-14141 

Army of the unemployed. Army of 

Wall street magnates standing up for 

review before Pierpont Morgan. (I 

25244, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Captains of industry: by J. A. Wil- 
liams. Intelligence office, the pros- 
pective mistress is standing in center 
of room surrounded by captains of in- 
dustry. (I 25361, Apr. 25. 1908.) 

Easy writings curst hard reading. 
Girl seated at writing desk, young man 
seated in rocking chair gazing discon- 
solately at girl's picture. (I 25555, 
May 5, 1908.) 

For if she will, she will, you may 
depend on it; And if she won't, she 
won't, so there's an end of it. Auto- 
mobile which has decided not, to go. 
(I 25628, May 11, 190S.) 



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pt IV, n. s., v. 3 



Life pub. co. — Continued. 

Getting nearer. Arm of Law 
stretched toward the rich standing 
on his pile of money. (I 25243, Apr. 
20, 1908.) 

Story that never grows old. Three 
panels, in middle one young man and 
woman are seated in the moonlight. 
(I 25556, May 5, 1908.) 

Lind (Frank C), Columbus, Ohio. 

[14142 

Cherub and the lion. Cherub guiding 

lion by two slender threads, cherub 

riding in small wagon. ( I 25529, 

May 1, 1908 ; 1 photo. Apr. 16, 1908.) 

Littig (W. T.) & co., New York, N. Y. 
r 14143, 14144 

Amherst college, Amherst, Mass. 
Birdseye view including grounds and 
buildings and distant view of the 
mountain. (I 25218, Apr. 16, 1908.) 

Northwestern university. Ehranston, 
111. Birdseye view taken from above 
Willard Hall, looking toward the lake 
front. ([ 25217. Apr. 18, 1908.) 

Lukkman (Augustus), New York, 
N. Y. [14145 

Soldiers monument. Doric style, col- 
umn mounted on base, statue of 
winged figure of Minerva on top. (1 
2551S, May 1, 1908.) 

McAuliffe (Timothy John), Wor- 
cester, Mass. [14146 
Souvenir of the Dartmouth Junior 
Prom. Young girl holding a college 
pennant. Lettering Dartmouth Ju- 
nior Prom, at the base. (I 25498, 
Apr. 29, 1908.) 

McCabe (Edward P.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. [14147 

Ravaudeuse (La). Woman sitting 
in a wicker chair with several stock- 
ings in her lap. (I 25352, Apr. 24, 
1908; 1 photo. May 7, 1908.) 

Marlin firearms co., New Haven, 
Conn. [14148 

Shot (The). Two ducks falling 
into water, duck boat in rear contain- 
ing two men, one in act of firing. (I 
25549, May 5, 1908.) 

Meeker (A. S.), New York, N. Y. 

[14149-14157 

Accident (An). Roller skating rink 
with male and female figures in col- 
lision. (I 25536, May 4, 1908.) 

Anticipation. Male figure looking 
in at window of restaurant where 
food is displayed. (I 25540, May 4, 
1908.) 



Meeker (A. S.) — Continued. 

At last. Young man and young 
woman meeting at foot of steps at 
house with large moon in background. 
(I 25541, May 4, 1908.) 

Hammock (The). Male and female 
figures seated in hammock. (I 25539, 
May 4, 1908.) 

On the beach. Beach scene with 
male figure looking out to sea with a 
large telescope. (I 25537, May 4, 
1908.) 

Proposal (The). Female figure 
leaning at feet of male figure seated on 
divan. (I 25543, May 4, 1908.) 

Selection (The). Five diminutive 
male figures standing on table and fe- 
male figure pointing at one of them. 
i I 25544, May 4. 1908.) 

Tryst (The). Landscape with male 
and female figure seated at foreground 
on a bench with large mooo in back- 
ground, i I 25538, May 4, 1908.) 

Youth's dream. Male and female 
figures seated on bongh of tree with 
large moon in background. (I 25542, 
May 4. 1908.) 

Mi i (in us (GABI), New York. X. Y. 

[14158 

Roosevelt (President Tbeodore) ; by 

Gar! Melchers. Full Length standing 

portrait in riding costume. (I 25273, 

Apr. 23, 1908.) 

Merrill (Mas. Mary K. Rath-), Co- 

Imnbns. Ohio. [14159 

Memorial window. Within a circle 

are tbe Material and Spiritual crosses 

in different colors. (I 25242. Apr. 20, 

11908.) 
Mi Yi.NRERG (John C), Tell City, Ind. 
[14160 
Design for park surrounding grave 
of Nancy Hanks Lincoln. At en- 
trance of park are two stone lions. (I 
25627, May 11, 1908.) 

Miracle pressed stone co., Minneap- 
olis, Minn. [14161, 14162 

Get your ropes. Cowboy on horse- 
back waking up camp with morning 
call. (I 25631, May 12, 1908.) 

Tenderfoot. Group of cowboys 
watching bucking broncho in act of 
throwing tenderfoot. (I 25630, May 
12, 1908.) 

Moses (Bernhard), Nome. Alaska. 

[14163 
Ancient craft. An original group- 
ing and design engrossed with pen and 
India ink on cardboard. (I 25360. 
Apr. 25, 1908.) 



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215 



nos. 19-22, May, 1908 



Mountcastle (Mrs. Althea ) , Louis- 
ville, Ky. [14164-14166 

Celestial and terrestial worlds. 
Combination picture giving a glimpse 
of heaven and earth, roll of white 
clouds separate the two worlds. (I 
25434, Apr. 22, 1908; 1 photo. Apr. 9. 
1908.) 

Child of heaven or Angelic birth. 
Roll of clouds on which rests an angel, 
three baby angels near her. (I 25435, 
Apr. 22, 1908: 1 photo. Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Key to happiness. An open window 
through which may be seen trees and 
fields. (I 25436, Apr. 26, 1908; 1 
photo. Apr. 9, 1908.) 

Moyles (Peter P.), Batavia, N. Y. 

[14167, 14168 

Forget me not. Oval in center of 
postal with the words Forget me not 
printed with a steel pen. (I 25625, 
May 11, 1908.) 

Kind regards. Oval in center of 
postal card with the words Kind 
Regards. (I 25624, May 11, 1908.) 

Murphy (Thos. D.) co., Red Oak, 
Iowa. [14169-14186 

Conquered. Woman in light green 
dress looking into face of lion. (I 
25637, May 12, 1908.) 

Constitutional (A). Young lady in 
green hat and coat, driving. (I 
2563S, May 12, 1908.) 

Graduate (The). Young lady in 
white dress standing before curtained 
window. (I 25639, May 12, 1908.) 

Innocence; by J. Ross Bryson. Lit- 
tle girl in white dress. She carries 
a branch of white flowers in her 
aims. (I 25283, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

Irene ; by J. Ross Bryson. Little 
girl in light green dress with wide ruf- 
fle around neck. (I 25285, Apr. 23, 
1908.) 

Leonide: by J. Ross Bryson. Head 
of young lady, brown hair parted and 
falling over shoulders. (I 25279, 
Apr. 23, 1908.) 

Life line ; by J. Ross Bryson. Young 
ladv in bathing suit. (I 252S6, Apr. 
23, 1908.) 

Lilian : by J. Ross Bryson. Head of 
girl with brown hair coiled low at 
neck. (I 25282. Apr. 23, 190S.) 

Little Bo-Peep. Little girl in pink 
cape and pointed hood, holding bou- 
quet of roses. (I 25636, May 12. 1908.) 

Loretta. Head of girl with profu- 
sion of brown hair covering shoulders. 
(I 25633. May 12, 190S.) 



Murphy (Thos. D.) — Continued. 

Mist after a rain. Scene looking 
across Grand canon of Colorado, a 
mist hangs over canon. (I 25532, May 
4, 1908.) 

My old friend. Young lady in light 
green dross holding collar of bull dog. 
if 85635, May 12, 1908. j 

Phoebe; by J. Ross Bryson. Head of 
girl with light brown hair falling over 
shoulders. (I 25284, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

Prospective bride: by J. Ross Bry- 
son. Head and shoulders of young 
girl, a veil falls from back of head to 
shoulders. (I 25281, Apr. 23, 1908.) 

Queen of the ball; by J. Ross Bry- 
son. Full length figure of young lady 
in evening dress. (I 25280, Apr. 23, 
1908.) 

Sunshine. Young lady in pink shirt- 
waist suit and red hat trimmed with 
pink flowers. (I 25634, May 12, 1908.) 

Thoroughbred; by J. Ross Bryson. 
Woman in black riding habit, sitting 
on a bay horse. (I 25287. Apr. 23, 
1908.) 

Wayside fountain, Cuernavaca, Mex- 
ico. Road with large trees at right 
and marble fountain with woman be- 
side it. (I 25533. May 4. 1908.) 

Xast (Thomas), jr., New York, X. Y. 
[14187-14190 

Merry widow and her net. A woman 
with a net. (I 25444, Apr. 28, 1908.) 

Merry widow lifts the lid. A wo- 
man kicking a hat in the air. (I 
25443. Apr. 28, 1908.) 

Merry widow touches the spot. A 
woman touching a man in the pocket 
with a sword. (I 25441, Apr. 28, 190S.) 

Seeing the Merry widow in the mer- 
rv whirl. A woman being blown by 
the wind. (I 25442. Apr. 28, 1908.) 

Newell (G. Glenn), New York. N. Y. 
[14191, 14192 

Early spring. Flock of sheep in 
foreground, man with large hat fol- 
lowing in rear. (I 25245. Apr. 20, 
1908.) 

Pasture ground in a new land. Six 
cows crossing a log bridge or cover, 
with fisure of man in left center of 
picturer (I 25525, May 1, 1908.) 

Northwestern yeast co., Chicago. 111. 

[14193 
Little magician. A youthful ma- 
gician in oriental costume sitting on 
a box rising above the clouds. (I 
25574, May 7, 190S.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Paine (Richard G.), Washington, 
D. C. [14194 

Teasing. Statue of a puma at play 
with a snapping turtle. (I 25356, Apr. 
24, 1908.) 

Providence lithograph co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. [14195-14199 

Council at Jerusalem. Paul stands 
at table addressing the elders of the 
church. (I 25225, Apr. 10, 1908.) 

Cradle roll certificate. Cradle sur- 
rounded by figures of small children. 
(I 25445, Apr. 29, 1908.) 

Heroes of faith. Noah and his fam- 
ily kneeling beside a rude stone altar : 
before them appears a rainbow. (I 
25226, Apr. 10, 1908.) 

Paul's second missionary journey, 
Athens. Paul addressing the philoso- 
phers in the Areopagus. Acropolis in 
background. (I 25224, Apr. 10, 1908.) 

Riot at Ephesus. Ephesians have 
seized two of Paul's disciples. Alexan- 
der the Jew stands on a raised pint- 
form before them. (I 25227, Apr. 10, 
1908.) 

Pustet (Fr.) & co., New York. N. Y. 

[14200 

Veronica wipes the face of Jesus. 

A group of statuary, five figures, the 

central one is Christ bearing the cross. 

(I 25362, Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Putnam (P.renda), Washington. D. C. 

[14201 
Faun (The). Child faun sitting on 
pedestal column, playing on pipes. (I I 
25602, May 8, 1908.) 

Reich ard (Henry), St. Louis, Mo. 

[14202 

Ideal head of lady in fur collar or 

cape and a large picture hat. (I 

25212, Apr. 16, 1908; 1 photo. Apr. 25, 

1908.) 

Remington (Frederic), New Ro- I 
chelle, N. Y. [14203 

Fairmount Park cow boy. A bronze 
equestrian statue of cow boy on a 
Spanish horse. (I 25386, Apr. 27, 
1908.) 

Riley (Clyde W.) adv. system, Chi- 
cago, 111. [14204 

Music. Two allegorical figures, one 
playing a musical instrument, and the 
other dancing. (I 25702, May 19, 
1908.) 



Roe (Fred). London, England. 

[14205 
Night before Trafalgar. Cabin of 
the Victory. Nelson at a table bends 
over a chart, surrounded by his of- 
ficers. A lighted lamp hangs over the 
table. Moonlight seen through the 
cabin windows. (I 25237, Apr. 20, 
1908.) 

Rungius (Carl), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

'[14206, 14207 
Wanderers of the North. Bunch of 
raii I H»u, the cows ahead, the buck fol- 
lowing, going down into a valley. (I 
19, Apr. 20, 190S.) 

Zero weather. Open woods: snow 
covered; mountains in distance; two 
trotting across from left to 
right, i J 25240, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

San Francisco bbewebhcs, ltd.. Ban 
Francisco, Cal. [14208 

Beware. Figure of girl smiling and 
holding up one finger in warning. (I 
25218, Apr. 9. 1908 

SCHEVILL (Wm. Y.i. New York. N. Y. 

[14209 
Tafi (Secretary W. HA Full face, 
smiling with hands clasped in front. 
•I 25431, Apr. in. 1908.) 

SCHNEIDEH (W. G.), New York. N. Y. 

[14210 
Blue tan; by W. G. Schueider. 
i figure of a young girl in even- 
ing gown, she is holding in her hands 
a fan. (1 jr,::r,l. A ])r. 24. 1908.) 

S> iimtzer (Gebruder), Berlin, Ger- 
many. [14211 
Holy family. Mother Mary is sit- 
ting, while her little son Christ stands 
e her reading from a book. (I 
247.-4. Mar. !>. 1908 

Schreyvogel (Charles), Hohoken, 
N. J. [14212, 14213 

Rescue at Summit Springs. Col. 
AY. F. Cody firing at an Indian who 
was about to kill two white women. 
148, Apr. 22. 190SA 

Triumph. An Indian mounted, coin- 
ins; down a mountain path. (I 25357, 
Apr. 25, 190S.) 

Short (Chas. Thomas), Pomona, Cal. 

[14214 

Roman soldier. Caricature, raw 

honed, douhle jointed, helmet on head, 

in shoes. (I- 25433, Apr. 28, 



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217 



nos. 19-22, May, 1908 



Spiel vogel (E.), publisher, New York, 
N. Y. [14215-14219 

Cake walk. Young woman in black 
dancing cake walk. ( I 25748, May 23, 
1908.) 

Cligneuse; by Boleslas de Szankow- 
sky. A nude woman lying in bed. 
Her head posed on her right hand. (I 
25438, Apr. 24, 1908.) 

Danse excentrique. Young woman 
dancing, body bent down. (I 25769, 
May 23, 1908.) 

Jnstitia; by Walther Jllner. Man 
kneeling and a nude woman guarded 
by four soldiers and appearing before 
the goddess of Justice. (I 25355, Apr. 
24, 1908.) 

Suzanne au bain. (In the bath) ; 
by Christ. Zahrtmann. Nude woman 
walking on her hands on the top of 
an oriental house. (I 25354, Apr. 24, 
1908.) 

Spkinger (Charles H.), New York, 
N. Y. [14220 

Leaving port. Foggy morning on 
bay, four masted schooner with sails 
hanging loose. (I 25506, Apr. 30, 
1908.) 

Thomas (Marion), Newark, N. J. 

[14221 
He holdeth the waters in the hol- 
low of His hand. A hand lettered 
poem, illustrated by four hand colored 
photographs of the Maine coast. (I 
25232, Apr. 18, 1908.) 

Tiffany studios, New York, N. Y. 

[14222 

Angel of Annunciation. Full length 

figure of angel with palm branch in 

right hand, a star appears above. (I 

25222, Apr. 14, 1908.) 

Travis (Stuart), New York, N. Y. 

[14223 
Yale lock. Big, typical football play- 
ing youth in a sweater clasping a girl 
to his chest. (I 25349, Apr. 24, 1908.) 

Turner (C. Y.), New York, N. Y. 

[14224 
Heirlooms. A young woman stand- 
ing, her body slightly turned away 
from us to the right. (I 25270, Apr. 
21, 1908; 1 photo Apr. 24, 1908.) 

Union metallic cartridge co., New 
York, N. Y. [14225 

Quail in flight. Head-on view. The 
quail in the foreground is turning as 
if about to alight. (I 25575, May 7, 
190S.) 



University art shop, inc., Evanston, 
111. [14226-14259 

Amain. Italy. Mountain in distance 
with buildings on side. Massive build- 
ing on right with wall to water's edge. 
(I 25520, May 1, 1908.) 

Border of clematis and foliage. 
(I 25367, Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Border of corn-flowers and foliage. 
(1 25371, Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Border of daffodils and foliage. (I 
258<J4. Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Border of grapes and foliage. (I 
25370, Apr. 11, 1008.) 

Border of iris and foliage. (I 25365, 
Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Border of maple leaves and stems. 
(I 25368, Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Border of poeticus and foliage. (I 
25363, Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Border of water-lillies and leaves. 
(I 25366, Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Capitol (The), Washington. Paint- 
ed in early dawn, hazy atmosphere 
done in grey, front view of building. 
(1 25260, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Chateau of Amboise. Castle with 
vines on walls. Tile roof s in the fore- 
ground. Kiver Loire in distance. (I 
25258, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Chateau of Azay-le-Bideau. Castle, 
pond and fisherman in foreground. 
Fisherman in boat. (I 25256, Apr. 
20, 190S.) 

Chateau of Langeais. Green castle 
with drawbridge, beside road. Cart 
and horse in road with several peas- 
ants. (I 25259, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Chateau of Lynes. Castle in dis- 
tance. Knights on horseback in fore- 
ground and four small trees beside 
path. (I 25257, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Christmas night, old Trinity, New 
York. Done in green and blue tints, 
showing lights in doorway and win- 
dows. Snow on roof. (I 25266, Apr. 
20, 1908.) 

Church of San Sebastiano, Venice. 
Side front view of building, fishing 
boats landing at entrance. (I 25523, 
May 1, 1908.) 

Fishing boats, Venice. Some large 
fishing boats at landing. Bow of trees 
in background. U 25252, Apr. 20, 
1908.) 

Greek theatre, Taormina, Sicily. A 
high place looking into ruins of the- 
atre, mountains in distance, red tiled 
| roofs below. (I 25255, Apr. 20, 1908.) 



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pt. IV, n. s., v. 3 



I 
University art shop, inc. — Continued. 

Independence hall. Philadelphia. 
Front view with grass and several 
trees in foreground. (I 25267, Apr. 
20, 1908.) 

Library of Columbia university. 
Side front view of building, showing 
stairs leading to entrance. (I 25265, 
Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Library of Congress. Entrance of 
building showing part of street, deep 
blue sky, brown foliage. (I 25262, 
Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Monastery of the Franciscans, As- 
sisi, Italy. Monastery on a hill, dense 
forest with path leading to buildings. 
(I 25519, May 1, 1908.) 

Moonrise. Grand canal. Venice. 
Buildings in background with moon 
just rising above them. (I 25521, 
May 1, 1908.) 

Morning glories and leaves on top 
and bottom of design. (I 25373, Apr. 
11, 1908.) 

Nasturtium* and foliage border. (I 
25374, Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Old Rlock tower. Aix-en -Provence, 
Fiance. Monument in front of tower, 
peasants in costume nearby. (I 
25522, May 1, 190S.) 

Palazzo Contarini, Venice. Front 
view of palace on canal with several 
gondolas to the right. (I 25253, Apr. 
20, 1908.) 

Parthenon, Athens. Shepherd and 

flock before building in ruins. (I 
25524, May 1, 1908.) 

Public square. Capri. Deep blue 
sky, building with clock in tower . . . 
people at flower market in native 
dress. (I 25254. Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Scene, tree on left with few leaves. 
Figure of woman in front in loose 
gown. Trees in distance. Border de- 
sign. < I L>r>:>>7i\ Apr. 11, 1908.) 

Smithsonian institute. Done in blue 
and green tints, building covered with 
vines. (I 25263, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Washington monument. Done in 
tones of blue, showing monument with 
trees and shrubberv in front. (I 
25261, Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Water in background and sail boat. 
Sand beach, tree on right, flowers and 
foliage. Border design. (I 25369, 
Apr. 11, 1908.) 

White House. Side view with porch 
and vines. Three figures in fore- 
ground. (I 25264, Apr. 20, 190S.) 



Vedder (Annie H.), New York, N. Y. 
[14260-14271 

Annunciation (The) no. 1. In an 
open collonade, the Virgin is seated 
before a desk. On the right the angel 
of the annunciation holds a scepter. 
(125558, May 6, 190S.) 

2. In a room hung at the 

hack with a brocade, the Virgin is 
kneeling before a desk. She holds a 
banderol, i I 25659, May 0. 1908. I 

Betrothed (The) The figures on a 
flowered background. overhead a 
banderol. (I 25560, May 0. p.n- 

Dance of Salome. An open-air room 
with marble floor and a colonade. An 
L shaped table at which are seated 
King Herod and Queen Berodias. 
In the foreground Salome dancing. 
< I 25564, May <;. i«k)8A 

Lovers picnic. Two figure* seated 
in a {lowered background. The man is 
playing on a mandolin, the woman is 
making a wreath of flowers, i I 25565, 
May 6, 1908.) 

Lovers* Bong. A woman playing an 
Organ, a hoy pressos the bellow-. A 
man singing and holding a sheet of 
music. i.I 25568, May ♦;. L908.) 

Mystic hunt of the unicorn. The 

Virgin is seated in an enclosed garden. 
outside the wall a kneeling angel 
blows a horn. (I 25567, May 0. 1!'<>v | 

Picnic (Thei Ten figures on a flow- 
ered foreground. The four to the left 
are seated round a table. In the cen- 
ter are two musicians and a couple 
.lancing. < I 25563, May 6, L908.) 

Primavera. Landscape with a river. 
bridge and castle in the background. 
A youth holding a si a ft' from which 
flutters a banderol. < I 25506, May 6, 
1908.) 

St. George (Oblong) St. George on 
horseback spearing the dragon. Wide 
field in the middle distance with st. 
Agnes kneeling on a rock. < I 2 
May 6, 1908.) 

(Upright) St. George on horse- 
back. He is spearing a dragon. St. 
Agnes kneeling in the background, il 
25661, May • ;. L908.) 

Vanity. Richly clad figure of vanity 
in the center, looking at herself in a 
L-lass. To the right a large peacock. 
i I 25667, May 6, 190S.) 

Walz (JSdward a.i & oo., Philadelphia, 

Pa. [14272. 14273 

Harvest time. A number of hay- 
stacks to the left. To the right man 
with horses forming stacks, woman 
in center. (I 25230. Apr. 18. 1908.) 



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219 



nos. 19-22, May, 1908 



Walz (Edward A.) — Continued. 

Midsummer. Man with machine to 

which are attached three horses. (I 

25231, Apr. 18, 1908.) 

Ward (Albert Prentiss), Rochester, 

X. Y. [14274, 14275 

Entombment of Christ. In a rocky 
cavern Mary the mother supports the 
body of Christ on her knee which rests 
also upon a white sheet. (I 25535, 
May 4, 1908.) 

St. Barbara. Head of a young saint 
with outstretched arm and looking up- 
ward. Profile with flowing hair. (I 
25534, May 4, 1908.) 

Warren & Wetmore, New York, N. Y. 

[14276-14280 

New York, N. Y., Municipal office 

building [Plans 1-5] (I 25274-25278, 

I Apr. 23, 1908; 2 c. of each Apr. 18, 

190S.) 

Wiggin (Frederick Holme), New 
York, N. Y. [14281 

Rainy day. Madison square, New 
York. Drinking fountain in fore- 
ground, horse and cab facing it, pave- 
ment and street filled with reflections. 
(1 25601, May 8, 1908.) 



Wiles (Irving R.), New York, N. Y. 

[14282 
Brown kimona. Woman of brunette 
type wearing brown kimona. (I 
2.-44i;. Apr. 29. 1908.) 

Wolf & Co.. Philadelphia, Pa. 

[14283-14295 
Baker boy. Boy, white suit, rolling 
out dough. (I 25611, May 9, 1908.) 

Dutch boy and girl series, etc. 1-7. 
1 I 25609, 25610, 25614-25616, 25618, 
25619. May 9, 1908.) 

Good pilot. Boy and girl in a boat, 
(I 25617. May 9, 1908.) 

Lincoln and the contrabands. Lin- 
coln holding hat in right hand listen- 
ing to pleadings of negro woman. (I 
25545, May 5, 1908.) 

Miss Gallops. Lady in riding habit. 
(I 25613, May 9, 1908.) 

Pocahontas and John Rolfe. Poca- 
hontas standing with left hand on 
shoulder of John Rolfe who is sitting 
on rock. (I 25546, May 5, 1908.) 

Teddy bear. A girl, Teddy bear in 
her arms. (I 25612, May 9, 1908.) 



Number of entries of Fine Arts, completed by deposit of 1 photograph 

each, and included in the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1908 1,691 



o 



14296—16442 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
AND OF JUNE 30, 1906 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 3 

Nos. 23-26 

JTT^E, 1908 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1908 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 



TWO ALPHABETS. 

I. Containing Class F, Engravings, Cuts and Prints ; Class G, Chromos and Litho- 
graphs ; Class H, Photographs. 

II. Containing Class I, Fine Arts (Paintings, Drawings, Statues, Statuary and Models 
or Designs intended to he perfected as works of the Fine Arts). 

The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week, but to avoid the inconvenience 
of a number of small alphabets of different subjects all the entries for Engravings, Cuts 
and Prints, Chromos and Lithographs, and Photographs, completed since the last issue, 
are arranged here in a single monthly alphabet. The entries for Fine Arts will be found 
in a separate alphabet following this. 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

The entries marked thus * are such as have been delayed inclusion in the Catalogue on 
account of necessary correspondence. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
receipt of copies is always omitted when the copies are received on the day of entry. 
The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read: Copyright by William 
Adicks, Newark, N. J. Class H, XXc no. 110858, May 22, 1908; 2 copies received May 
22, 1908. 



Adicks (William), Newark, N. J. 

[14296 
Atlantic City, New Jersey. (H 
110858, May 22, 1908.) 

Akin (W. A.), Pewaukee, Wis. [14297 
Pewaukee, Wis. 10425 (F 64875, 
Apr. 25, 1908.) 

Aldrich, (Talbot), Boston, Mass. 

[1429S 
Bailey (Tom) (H 109414, Apr. 15, 
1908; 2 c. May 20, 1908.) 

Alfred company, Chicago, 111. 

[14299, 14300 
Bryan (William Jennings) 1, 2 (H 
110890, 110S91, May 23, 1908.) 

Allgeyer (Clarence E.) Chicago, 111. 

[14301 
Petition for appointment of notary 
public. (H 111194, May 26, 1908.) 

Altsch wager (Henry H.), Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. [14302 
Death bed of Abraham Lincoln. (H 
110796, May' 21, 1908; 2 c. May 13, 
1908.) 

American-Examiner, New York, N. Y. 
[14303-14321 

Happy Hooligan at the court of 
Ibbity-Bib. (F 66039, June 8, 1908.) 

His name is Ebenezer. (F 65S64, 
June 1, 1908.) 



American-Examiner — Continued. 

Isn't Dotty Dimple a cute little kid. 
(F 65679, May 25, 1908.) 

Isn't Dotty Dimple the cute little 
terror. ' (F 66037, June 8, 190S.) 

Jimmy. (F 65462, May 18, 1908.) 

(F 65682, May 25, 190S.) 

(F 66036, June 8, 1908.) 

Mary Jane and the real [Buster]. 
(F 65867, June 1, 1908.) 

Mary Jane and Tige and [Buster]. 
(F 66035, June 8, 1908.) 

Mary Jane can't lasso. [May 17, 
I190S.] (F 65461, May 18, 1908.) 

Oh, ain't it awful. (F 65678, May 
25, 1908.) 

Oh well ! Boys will be boys. ( F 
6603S, June S, 1908.) 

Poor Rackety Rax boys. (F 65868, 
June 1, 1908.) 

Ship ahoy ! (F 65463, May 18, 1908.) 

To sleep, perchance to dream. (F 
65677, May 25, 1908.) 

Toddle and Bangerino. (F 656S0, 
May 25, 1908.) 

Wow ! But the Hooligan crowd 
have a narrow escape. (F 65459, May 
18, 1908.) 

You see, it was just like this. (F 
65460, May 18, 1908.) 

Zoo-zoo. (F 65865, June 1, 1908.) 
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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



American - Journal - Examiner, New 
York, N. Y. [14322-14404 



Another cruel joke on Diogones. 
65874, June 1, 1908.) 



(F 

(F 6556S, May 



May 



Braggo the monk 
21, 1908.) 

(F 65684, May 25, 1908.) 

Graf to the monk. (F 65904, June 
1908.) 

(F 65938, June 4, 1908.) 

(F 05967, June 5, 190S.) 

(F 06041, June 8, 1908.) 

Groucho the monk. (F 65352 
13, 1908.) 

(F 6537s. May 15. 1968.) 

(F 05400, .May 18, 1908.) 

(F 05600, May 22, 1908. ' 

(F 05097, May 20. 1908.) 

(F 65787, May 28, 19080 

(F 65805, May 29, 1308.) 

(F 6S8T2, June 1. 1908.) 

(F 86003, June o. 1006 

Hail Room boys. <f 65279, May 12, 

1908.) 

(F 65436, May if,, 19< 

(F 65369, May 21, 1908.) 

(F 65685, May 25, 1908.) 

(F 05S00, May 2!>, 1908.) 

(F 66004, June 0. 1908.) 

How cute ! ( F 05371 , May 14, 190S.) 

King Kazooks. (F 60363) May 13, 

1908.) 

(F 05570, May 21. 1908.) 

(F 05940, June 4, 1908.) 

Latest puzzle. (F 65617, May 23, 

1908.) 

Let us alone. (F 05350, May 13. 
1908.) 

(F 65435, May 16, 1908.) 

(F 65534, May 20, 190s. | 

Merry widow limerick. (F 65277, 
May 12, 190S.) 

(F 6536S, May 14, 190S.) 

(F 65771, May 27, 190S.) 

(F 65937, June 4, 1908.) 

Merry widower. (F 65873. June 1, 
190S. ) 

Mr. Jack. (F 65376, May 15, 1908.) 

(F 65535, May 20, 190S.) 

(F 65683, May 25, 1908.) 

(F 65696, May 26, 1908.) 

(F 658S9, June 2, 190S.) 

(F 65965, June 5, 190S.) 



Mrs. Trubbell. (F 65464, May 18, 
1908.) 

(F 6559S, May 22, 1908.) 

(F 65786, May 28, 1908.) 

(F 65870, June 1, 190S.) 

Never again. (F 65S04, May 29, 
190S.) 

(F C5S09, June 1, 190S.) 

(F 65903, June 3, 1908.) 

I f 60002. June 6, 190S.) 

(F 06040, June 8, 190S.) 

(F 66044. June 9, 1908.) 

Notice to ostriches! iF or>077. May 
15, 1908.) 

Oh, i>iiH(>: ( V 65871, June 1, 1908.) 

(F 651 »('.<;. June 5. 190s. | 

(F 66042, June 8, 19"- 

Oli. what's the aae. (F 65370, May 

1 1. 19080 

(F 65517, May 19. 1908.) 

(F 65816, May 23, 1908.) 

(F C.5772. May 27. 1906.) 

(F 65939, June 4, 190S.) 

(F 66046, June 9, 1908.) 

oia« best bet. i W 65807, May », 
1908.) 

- 05, June : 
(F 66047, June !'. 1!" - 

One of ili«' seven wonders of the 
world, I F 66005, June ". 1: 

Onward. (F 65788, May 28, 190S.) 

Republican nomination. (F 65437, 
May n;. 1908.) 

Republican nomination derby. (F 
65968, June 5. 1£G& | 

Rhymo tie monk, i F 65278, May 

12. V. mis., 

(F 66360, May 14. 190S.) 

( F KJ618, M;iy I 1 .*. 1!" 

(F 65(11 5. May 23, 190S.) 

(F (15773. May 27, 1908.) 

( F (;0045. June 9, 190S.) 

Surest tiling you know. (F 0." 
May 19. 1908.) 

(-F 05507, May 21, 1908.) 

(F 05014, May 23, 1908.) 

(F 05890, June 2. 190S.) 

Whole Pewee family. (F 65351, 
May 13, 1908.) 

(F 05405. May 18, 1908.) 

(F 65599. May 22, 1908.) 

Wouldn't it make Job mad. (F 
656S6, May 25, 190S.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



223 



uos. 23-26, June, 1008 



American mutoscope & biograph co., 
New York, N. Y. [14405-14400 

Ostler Joe. ( H 111373, June 4, 1908. ) 

Romance of an egg. (H 111068, May 
26, 1908.) 

Terrible night. (H 110869, May 22, 
1908.) 

Thompson's night out. (H 111067, 
May 26, 1908.) 

When knights were bold. (H 110506, 
May 13, 1908.) 

American printing co., Fall River, 
Mass. [14410 

Family circle. (F 65839, June 1, 
1908.) 

Anderson (G. H.), Berkeley, Cal. 

[14411 
Spirit of California. (F 65454, May 
18, 1908; 2 c. May 27, 1908.) 

Anderson (Jos. M.), Sacmmento, Cal. 

[14412 
Sacramento, the hub of the valley. 
(F 65259, May 11, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 24, 
1908.)* 

Arlington chemical co., Yonkers, N. Y. 
[14413, 14414 

Asklepion at Athens. 

Boston, Mass., Harvard medical 
school. 

(F 65357, 05356, May 14, 1908; 2 c. 
of each May 15, 1908.) 

Arnot (Robert), Paris, France. 

[14415 
L'heure tendre. (F 65488, May 11, 
1908.) 

Art publishing co., Charleston, S. C. 

[14416 

Davis (Jefferson). (F 65422, May 
16, 1908; 2 c. May 20, 190S.) 

Arthur (James), Detroit, Mich. 

[14417-14425 
Bedtime. — Crossing the stream. — 
Day is done. — I dare not come out. — 
Riding girl. — Trysting place. — Violets, 
head. — Who's afraid. — Yachting girl. 
[9 photographs.] (H 110910-110918, 
May 23, 1908.) 

Asadoorian (Hovsep H.), Troy, N. Y. 
[14426-14433 
Turkish scenes, 1-8. (G 18775- 
18782, June 8, 1908.) 

Associated literary press, New York, 
N. Y. [14434, 14435 

Muffy Shuffles. (F 65471, May 18, 
1908.) 

(F 65669, May 25, 1908.) 



Augur. Swyers & Machold, New York, 
N. Y. [14436-14441 

Christmas drive. — Christmas morn- 
ing. — Highland sport. — Skating girl. — 
Tobogganing. — Winter glow. [6 prints.] 
(F 65607-65612, May 23, 1908.) 

Ballance (G. R.), St. Moritz Dorf, 
Switzerland. [14442 

Matterhorn from Riffelalp. (F 

65556, May 12, 1908.) 

Bandholtz (Fred J.), Des Moines, 

Iowa. [14443-14448 

Clarinda, la. 

Iowa State hospital for insane. 

(H 111099, 111100, May 27, 1908.) 

Creston, la. (H 110681, May 18, 
1908.) 

Nebraska City, Nebraska. (H 
111097, May 27, 1908.) 

Red Oak, la. (H 110695, May 18, 
1908; 2 c. May 20,1908.) 

Shenandoah, Iowa. (H 111098, May 
27,1908.) 

Banker's art press, San Francisco, 
Cal. [14449 

Fleet! (F 65442, May IS, 1908.) 

Barnard's studio, Wallace, Idaho. 

[14450, 14451 
Wallace, Idaho, looking n. w. ; look- 
ing east. (H 11126S, 111269, June 2, 
1908.) 

Barnes (A. S.) & co., New York. N. Y. 

[14452 
Keyboard G. (F 65067, Apr. 18, 
1908.) 

Bell (A. Walter), New York, N. Y. 

[14453 
Return from work; by Jules Bre- 
ton. (H 110503, May 13, 190S.) 

Bennett (Aaron P.), Houlton, Mich. 
[14454-14456 

Be contented and you'll be happy. 
(H 107677, Mar. 19, 190S.) 

My dear little deer. (H 107675, 
Mar. 19, 1908.) 

We were just looking for you. (H 
107676, Mar. 19, 190S.) 

2 c. of each May 13, 1908. 

Binger co., New York, N. Y. [14457 
Call Your floor. (F 65932, June 4, 
1908.) 

Blasius (L. W.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[14458-14460 

I says to Jim, Let's take a swim. — 

Last night the lighthouse had a jag. — 

They say it was those deviled crabs. 

(F 65S50-65852, June 1, 1908.) 



224 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. IV, n. s., v. 3 



Bledsoe (J. W.), Dinuba, Cal. [14461 

Bledsoe's panoramic San Francisco, 
the great fleet at anchor. (H 111124, 
May 27, 1908; 2 c. May 28, 1908.) 

Bond (Geo. W.), Wheaton, 111. 

[14462-14480 

Abraham's oak. — Arab life. — Arab 
village. — Beersheba, central well. — 
Beersheba, scene at. — Caleb's lower 
spring. — Churning. — Curd balls. — Ha- 
gar's well. — Harvest field. — He lead- 
eth them. — Hebron, Scottish hospi- 
tal. — Hebron road. — Mosque (The). — 
Old bake oven. — Oriental street. — 
Poran, wilderness of. — Russian hos- 
pital. — Tanis, ruins at. — Tomb of 
Rachael. — Unattached altar. — Vine- 
yard. — Well dug bv Isaac. [23 photo- 
graphs.] (H 110974-110996, May 25, 
1908.) 

Caravan in the desert. 

Southern home near New Orleans. 

(H 111219, 111218, June 1, 1908.) 

Boody (Allen), Steuben. N. Y. 

[14487 
Boody (Jacob) portrait. (H 311431, 
June 6, 1908.) 

Book news monthly, Philadelphia, 

Pa. [144SS. 144S9 

Child with flowers. (F 65420, May 
7, 1908.) 

Marriage of St. Catherine. (F 
65490, May 19, 1908.) 

Boston leather rinding oo. f Boston, 
Mass. [ 144! KM 4492 

Angling days. (F G5G04. Apr. 15, 
190S. ) 

Log book. (F G5G05, Apr. 15, 1908.) 

190S. (F G5G03, Apr. 15, 1908.) 

2 c. of each May 16, 190S. 

Bosworth (L. M.)i Ames, Iowa. 

[14493-14495 
Ames, Iowa, Iowa state college. 1-3. 
(G 18640-18642, May 14. 190S.) 

Boyd (F. M.), Gainesville. Tex. 

[14496, 14497 
Confederate monument, city park. 
Gainesville, Tex. A, B. (H 111039, 
111040, May 23, 190S.) 

Brent (Chas. S.), Oconomowoc, Wis. 

[14498 
Brent's queen. (F 65593, May 22, 
1908.) 

Brentlinger (J. S.), Lake View, Ohio. 
[14499-14505 
Indian lake, Lake View, Ohio. 1-7. 
(H 110880-110886, May 22, 190S.) 



Briggs (Ralph Ernest), Clifton 
Springs, N. Y. [14506, 14507 

Clifton Springs, N. Y. 1, 2. (H 
111125, 111126, May 28, 1908.) 

Brown (Henry C. ), Woodbury, N. J. 

[14508 
Cable falls. (H 110614, May 18, 

1908.) 

Brown (W t m. S.), New York, N. Y. 

[14509 
Judiciary of the state of Missouri, 
190S. (H 110849, May 21, 1908; 2 c. 
May 27, 1908.) 

Bruckner (Joseph), New York, N. Y. 

[14510 
Saloon keepers troubles. (G 18724, 
May 26, 1908; 2 c. May 20, 1908.) 

Bruguiere & Eisen, San Francisco, 
Cal. [14511 

Number oue. (H 110501, May 13, 
190S.) 

Burger (Mort M.), New Orleans, La. 

[14512 
Blackbirds. (F G5541, May 20, 
190S.) 

Burgess (W. E.), Scottsville, Ya. 

[14513 

Horse Shoe bend, James river, 

Scottsville, Ya. (H 111206, June 1, 

190S.) 

Burnhan (R. De Witt). Rochester, 
X. H. [14514-14518 

Rochester, N. H., Union station. 
(H 111133. May 28, 190S.) 

Rochester fair grounds. 1-4. (H 
111127, 111129-111131, May 2S, 1908.) 

Burns (Harry G.), Indianapolis, Ind. 

[14519 
When grandpa reads. (II 111434, 
June 6, 1908.) 

Butcher (S. D.) & Son, Kearney, 
Nebr. [14520-14531 

Bayard, Nebr., Chimney rock. 1, 2. 

Bridgeport, Nebr., Jail and court 
house rocks. 

Gering, Nebr., Dome rock. 1, 2. 

Kearney, Nebr., a hot time, Sizers 
ox trade 1S73. 

Tine Ridge, s. Dak. 1^. 

Rushville. Nebr., photographing the 
baity in a Sioux village. 

(II 110621-110031, May 15, 190S.) 

Scot ts bluff, Nebr.. the famous 
Mitchell pass. (II 110620, May 15, 
. 1908.) 



ENGEAVING8, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



225 



nos. 23-26, June, 1908 



Butler (Mary L.), Chicago, 111. 

[14532 
Easter lilies. (H 107761, Mar. 14, 
1908 ; 1 c. Mar. 23, 1908 ; 1 c. May 18, 
1908.) 

Byron & co., New York, N. Y. [14533 
New York Singer building. (H 
110556, May 15, 1908.) 

Campbell (Geo. J.), Vallejo, Cal. 

[14534 
Half Moon Bay, [Cal.]. Plate 3. 
(H 111345, June 4, 1908.) 
Campbell (J. S.), New York, N. Y. 

[14535 
Bill. (G 18678, May 23, 1908.) 
Cantwell (Geo. G.), Valdez, Alaska. 

[14536 
Goodlata-Tarral Siwash (Chief), 
Copper river, Alaska. (H 111197, June 
1, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 25, 1908.) 
Carter (H. H.), Lockport, 111. 

[14537, 14538 
Dellwood park, balloon ascension. 
(H 111181, May 29, 1908.) 

-Boat house and lower basin. 

(H 111072, May 26, 1908.) 
Celebrity art co., Boston, Mass. 

[14539-14550 

Cheer up. — Hello Bill. — Initiation 

night. — Mason holding his own. — 

Mason for mine. — Mason never tells. — 

Mason's dream. — Oh ! How I love a 

Mason. — Oh ! That's what you mean. — 

Say! what do you mean? — 11 P. M. — 

11.30 P. M. [12 photographs] (H 

110713-110724, May 18, 1908.) 

Chicago Mezzogravure co., Chicago, 

111. [14551 

Davis (Jefferson). (F 65722, May 

27, 1908.) 

Chicago photogravure co., Chicago, 
111. [14552 

Call her up. (F 65897, June 2, 
1908.) 

Churchill (Mrs. Ida), Rochester, 
Minn. [14553 

Rochester's first school house. (H 
111348, June 4, 1908.) 
Clark engraving & printing co., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. [14554 
Sherbie balloon card. (F 65815, 
June 1, 1908.) 

Clinedinst (B. M.), Washington, 
D. C [14555-14558 

Gude (Ove). (H 110508, May 13, 
1908.) 

Gude (Mrs. Ove). 1,2. (H 110509, 
110510, May 13, 1908.) 

Johnson (Gov. John A.) (H 110507, 
May 13, 1908.) 



1 Close, Graham & Scully, inc., New 
York, N. Y. [14559 

Patent applied for. (F 65467, May 
i 18, 1908,) 

Closom mfg. co., Denver, Colo. [14560 

Great continental divide. Bird's eye 
view. (F 65691, May 22, 1908; 2 c. 
May 23, 1908.) 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New York, N. Y 

[14561-14590 

Buffalo runner. — Chanteuse (La) — 

Equestrian (The) [3 prints] (F 65734- 

65736, May 27, 1908.) 

Harvard, Princeton and Yale sport- 
ing pictures : Ahead of the field, 1-3 ; 
Backing up the line, 1-3 ; The hammer, 
1^3; Over forty, 1-3; Service, 1-3; 
Strike three, 1-3. (F 65728-65733, 
65737-65739, 65745-65753, May 27, 
1908.) 

Here's to the stein. — I believe that I 
shall believe. — I have learned long 
ago. — Life ain't all beer and skittles. — 
Man oughtn't to grumble. — Where 
women cease from troubling. [6 
prints] (F 65740-65744, 65754, Mav 27. 
1908.) 

Wright aeroplane encircling Kill 
Devil hill. 1,2. (H 111316, 111317, 
June 3, 1908.) 

Wright brothers' aeroplane going 
fortv miles an hour. (H 111071, May 
26, 1908.) 

Coo vert (John Calvin), Memphis, 
Tenn. [14591 

Industrial district North Memphis. 
(H 111176, May 28, 1908.) 

Costello (John Benjamin), Syracuse, 

N. Y. [14592 

Portraits and autographs of the 

presidents of the U. S. ( F 65779, May 

28, 1908.) 

Couret (J. F.), New Orleans, La. 

[14593 

Davis (Jefferson), funeral of, in New 

Orleans, La. (H 111377, June 5, 1908.) 

Courier co. of Buffalo, Buffalo, N. Y. 

[14594 
Buffalo racing association, race card. 
(G 1S773, June 8, 1908; 2 c. June 9, 
1908.) 

Curtis (Asabel), Seattle, Wash. 

[14595 
Washington (Cruiser) and the 
Olympic mountains. (H 110617. May 
18. 1908; 2 c. May 4, 1908.) 



226 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Darlusk* (Geo. D.), Alliance, Nebr. 

[14596, 14597 
Alliance, Nebr., 1, 2. (H 111078, 
111079, May 27, 1908 ; 2 c. of each May 
6, 1908.) 

Daube, Cohn & co., Chicago, 111. 

[1459S 
Harvard university, old gateway. (F 
65801, May 29, 1908; 2 c. May 19, 
1908.) 

Dawson (W. L.), Seattle, Wash. 

[14599, 14600 
Gul 1 melange.— To arms ! ( H 110842, 
110843, May 21, 1908.) 

Dearj,orn (Charles Adams), Bam- 
boo, Wis. [14601-14604 
Baraboo, Wis., 1^. (H 111022- 
111025, May 25, 1908.) 

Dedrick (J. V.), Talogn, Ok la. 

[14605-14614 

Baby and pappoose. 

Big Head (Joe) and squaw. Arapa- 
ho Indians. 

Cheyenne belles. 

Chips (Minnie) a Cheyenne Indian 
school girl. 

Magpie family, North Canadian 
Cheyenne Indians. 

Nation's (Carrie) oW log cabin, her 
Oklahoma home. 

Oklahoma fawn. 

Oklahoma Soddie. 

Training the young Cheyenne, to 
ride. 

Walkingstone (Chief) and squaw. 

(H 110696-110705. M. 

Denver Post, Denver, Colo. 

[1461.- 1 1623 
Adventures of the little Post want 

ad. (F 65360, May 14, 190S 

(F 65566, May 21, 1908.) 

(F 65800, May 28, 190S.) 

(F 65959, June 4, 1908.) 

Doc Bird and Hum Dinger en route. 

(F 6547S, May IS, 190S.) 

(F 65676, May 25, 190 

(F 65S53, June 1, 190S.) 

Fishing on the blue. (F 65S54, June 

1, 1908.) 

Irrigator. (F 65479, May IS. 190S.) 

Detroit pub. co., Detroit, Mich. 

[14624, 14625 

Eddy (Mrs. Mary Baker), home of. 
(H 111150, May 28, 1908.) 

West Boston bridge. (H 111149, 
May 28, 1908.) 



De Wolf (Darwin), Chattanooga, 
Tenn. [14626 

In the parlor with her beau. (H 
110615, May 18, 1908.) 

Dickinson (Alice Margaret), Mon- 
treal N. C. [14627-14629 
Brushy and Alba hotel. (H 111411, 
June 5, 1908.) 

Rocky Head and Hotel Montreat. 

111413, June 5, 1908.) 
Point Lookout from the valley. (H 
111412, June 5, 1908.) 

Donald (Oiialliss F.), Enid, Okla. 

[14630, 14031 

Enid, Okla.. around the square. (H 
110735. May 19, 190S.) 

(H 111340, May 25, 190S ; 1 c. 

May 26, 1908; 1 c. June 4, 1908.) 

Donnell (Cassius C), Des Moines, 

Iowa. [14032,14033 

Bryan, Denver to Washington. (F 

. May 25, 1908; 2 c. June 3, 

UH.IS. I 

Taft. Chicago to Washington. (F 
. May©, May 22. 190S.) 

1-onoyax (J.), St. Joseph, Mo. [i 16M 
Interstate live stock and horse 
show. (G 18774, Jnne 8, 1908.) 
DOUBT (I. IT.), Syracuse, N. Y. | 

Syracuse university, L906 graduat- 
ing class. (II 110580, May 16, 1908; 
2 «•. May 11, 1908.) 

Dbu< ki'-i: 4 CO., New York, N. Y. 

[14636-14639 

Dinner in honor of His Eminence, 
Cardinal Logue ... at the Plaza. 1,2. 
(H 111187, 11 1188, May 29, 1908.) 

Eleventh annual banquet of the 
Mavnooth union. Hotel Astor. (H 
110002, May 16, 1908.) 

Special grand jury. Hotel Astor. (H 
110601, May 16, 1908.) 

Dwobshak (Louis), Duluth, Minn. 

[14640 
Duluth, Minn., grouping plan of 
civic center. (F 66013, June S, 1908; 
2 c. May 28, 1908.) 

Fatox (Hugh & Margaret), Brooklyn, 
X. Y. [14641 

Yalhal initial leailet. Tulip design. 

15. (F 65S94, June 2, 190S.) 

Edgerton (R. L.), Fremont, Nebr. 
[14642, 1 

Lightning in Fremont. (H 111432. 
June 6, 1908.) 

Rainy night in Fremont. (II 11 
May 21, 19 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



227 



nos. 23-26, June, 1908 



Edison manufacturing co., Orange, 
N. J. [14644-14663 

Curious Mr. Curio. 1-5. (H 110844- 

110848, May 21, 1908.) 

Gentleman burglar. 1-6. (H 

110565-110570, May 15, 1908.) 

Painter's revenge. 1-4. (H 111172- 

111175, May 28, 1908.) 

Skinny's finish. 1-5. (H 111361- 

111365, June 4, 1908.) 

Eickemeyer (Rudolf), Yonkers, X. Y. 
[14664-14670 

Edge of the wood. 81. (H 111045, 
May 26, 1908.) 

Mistv morning. 84. (H 11104S, May 
26,1908.) 

Reflections. S3. (H 111047. May 
26,1908.) 

Spring blossoms. 86. (H 111050, 
May 26, 1908.) 

Springtime. 85. (H 111049, May 26, 
1908.) 

Swamp in autumn. 82. (H 111046, 
May 26, 1908.) 

Valley stream. 87. (H 111051, 
May 26, 1908.) 

Encle (L.)i Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 

[14671 

Survivors of Andrews raiders with 
monument in background. (H 111201, 
June 1, 190S; 2 c. May IS, 190S.) 

Erbe (H. H.), Garrison, N. Dak. 

[14672 
Modern farming. (H 110868, May 
22. 1908.) 

Erickson (C. E.), Black River Falls, 
Wis. [14673-14684 

Black River Falls. Wis. 50, 52, 53. 
(H 110690-110692, May IS, 190S.) 

51. 54-60. (H 111336-111343, 

June 3, 1908. 

Estes (Edith Perry), Boston, Mass. 

L146S5 
Lincoln (Delegation portrait). (H 
110920, May 23, 1908.) 

Ewen (William James), Hammond, 
Ind. [146S6-14706 

Canal Zone 1-5. 

Colon, Canal Zone, Isthmian canal 
commission hospital. 

Cruces, Canal Zone 1-4. 

Culebra, Canal Zone, street scene. 

Gorgona, Canal Zone. 1, 2. 

Panama, Canal Zone. 1-7. 

Toboga island: church over 450 
years old. 

(H 111151-111171, May 28, 1908.) 



Fajr (Henry), Lewiston, Idaho. 

[14707 
Lewiston, Idaho, normal dormitory. 
250. (H 110S92, May 23, 1908.) 

Farnham (T. C.)f Harriman, Tenn. 

[14708, 14709 
Oakdale, Tenn. 1, 2. (H 111329, 
111330, June 3, 1908.) 

Faulkner (C. W.) & co., ltd., Lon- 
don, England. [14710 
Baby's first tooth. (F 65067, May 
2, 1908.) 

Feeney & Windeck. Washington, D. C. 

[14711 
United States senators sixtieth 
congress. (F 65012, Apr. 30, 1908.) 

Field (Avery E.), Lowell. Mich. 

[14712 
Lowell board of trade. (H 110576, 
May 16, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 6, 1908.) 

Fishbaugh i W. A.), Empire, Canal 
Zone. [14713-14728 

Ancon, Canal Zone. 1. 2. (H 
111545, 11540. June S. 190S.) 

Culebra cut, deepest part. Jan., 
1908. (II 111542, June 8, 1908. 1 

Empire. Canal Zone. Ma v. 1908. 
1-11. (H 111536-111541. 111547- 
111551, June S, 1908.) 

La Boca. Canal Zone. Tbe dumps. 
Feb., 1908. (H 111544, June 8. 190S.) 

Porto Bello. I. C. C. work. Apr., 
190S. (H 111543, June S, 1908.) 

Fitz-Gerald & Glasen. Denver, Colo. 
[14729-14740 
Zodiacal post cards. 1-12. (F 
65653-65664. May 25, 1908.) 

Flanagan (A.) co.. Chicago, 111. 

[14741-14746 

Barn swallow. — Bobolink. — Crow. — 

Red headed woodpecker. — Red winged 

black bird.— Robin. [6 prints.] (F 

65794-65799, May 28, 190S.) 

Floe (EastonI, Blue Earth, Minn. 

[14747-14750 

Blue Earth. Minn., His;h school. 
(H 110712, May 18, 1908.) 

Cfity park. view. (H 110511. May 
13, 1908.) 

Faribault co. court house. (H 
110632, May 18, 190S.) 

Memorial library. (H 110694, Mav 
18, 1908.) 

Follett (Herbert Y.), Quincy, Mass. 

[14751 

Hancock house. (F 66012, May 12, 
1908.) 



228 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Fouenier (Paul). East Aurora, K Y. 
[14752-14754 
Lewis (Alfred Henry). 

and Elbert Hubbard. 

Royeroft group. 

(H 111210-111212, June 1, 1908.) 

Fox (Charles Henry), Philadelphia, 
Pa. [14755-14814 

[Floral designs, 1-60. comprising ta- 
ble decorations, funereal designs, fancy 
baskets, etc.] (H 111435-111494, June 
6. 1908.) 

Fbankl (Albert A.). New York, N. Y. 

[14815 
After a long tramp. (F 65335, May 
4, 1908.) 

Frost & Reed, Bristol, England. 

[14816, 14817 
Rocky bar, Cornwall. — Sea caverns. 
(F 65219, 051220, May 11. 1908.) 2 c. 
of each May 15, 1908. 

Gassmann (John G.), Whiterocks, 

Utah. [14818 

Crazy Ute Indian. (H 110438, May 

11, 190S; 1 c. Apr. 14, 1908; 1 c. May 
n. 1908.) 

Georg (Victor). Springfield, 111. 

[14819 
Illinois state fair ground, main build- 
ings. (H 111315, June 3, 1908; 2 c. 
May 25, 190S.) 

Oilman (Myron A.), Westfield. Mass. 

[14S20 

Haynes. (F 65544, Apr. 24. 1908.) 
Gloege (E. H.), Monroe, Wis. [14821 

Monroe, Wis. Court house and 
square. (H 111052, May 26, 190S.) 

Golde novelty co., inc., New York, 
N. Y. [14S22-1 

Love at sight. — Music is the song of 
love.— Old story. (H 111374,-111370, 
June 5, 1908.) 

Gooud (P. R.), Kennit. N. Dak. 

[14825 
I am from North Dakota. (H 110799, 
May 21, 1908.) 

Graves (George S.), Springfield. Mass. 

[14826-14840 

Hartford, Conn. A 169, A 245, A 

250. (H 1105S0-1105SS, May 16, 

1908.) 

Springfield, Mass., Forest park. A 
137, A 154, A 156, A 158, A 159, A 160, 
A 222, A 231, A 231-2, A 236, A 238, 
A 239. (H 110543-110554. May 14. 
1908.) 



Gray lithograph co., New York. N. Y. 
[14841-14847 
Casino girls. (G 18535, Apr. 25, 
1908.) 

Floral gifts. 1-6. (G 18759-18764, 
June 5, 1908.) 
I 
■ Gregg (Paul), Denver, Colo. [14848 

Left behind. (F 65675, May 25, 
1908.) 

Grollman (I.), Chicago, 111. 

[14849-14865 

Leap year postcards. 1-16. (F 
65261-65276, May 11, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Mar. 18, 1908.) 

World's champions, Chicago, 1907. 
(F 65899, June 3, 1908; 2 c. May 25, 
190S.) 

Grondal (Bror Gustaf), Lindsborg, 
Kans. [14866 

Messiah chorus, Bethany college, 
Lindsborc:, Kans. (II 111344, June 4, 
L908). 

Gutekunst (F.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[14S67 
Ostrom (Rev. Henry) (IT 110S57, 
May 21'. 1908.) 

Gylfe (AXEL), Aberdeen. Wash. 

[14868 
Teddy bear mascots. (II 111207, 
June 1,*190S.) 

Hall HI. B.) co., Chicago, 111. [14869 

Post card. (F 65359, Apr. 8, 1908; 
2 c. Feb. 24, 1908.) 

IIat.yiksox (B. A.), Chicago, 111. 

[14870 
Chicago, 111., Federal bldg., rotunda. 
(F 66657, May 21, 190S.) 

Hanks (Elmeb C), Driftwood, Pa. 
[14871, 14872 

Curtain House. (H 110516, May 14, 
190S.) 

In memory, the famous Pennsyl- 
vania Bucktail regiment. (H 111196, 
May 22, 190S.) 

Hardin & Eskeridge, Shelby, N. H. 

[14873 

Emancipation proclamation. (F 
05930, May 22, 190S.) 

Hare (Geo. J.), Buffalo, N. Y. 

[14S74. I 

Getting ready for the march. (H 
! 111015, May 25, 1908.) 

Morning hvmn. (H 110502. May 11, 
190S; 2 c. Apr. 20, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 
nos. 23-26, June, 1908 



229 



Harris (J. H.) & co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

[14876 
Toast to old glory. (F 65693, May 

26, 1908.) 

Harris & Ewing, Washington, D. C. 

[14877-14880 

Governor's association. (H 110607, 
May 16, 1908.) 

Governor's committee. (H 110608, 
May 16, 1908.) 

Governor's group. (H 110542, May 
14, 1908.) 

President's group. (H 110541, May 
14, 1908.) 

Harrison (John W.), Grass Creek, 
Ind. [14881 

Grass Creek, Ind., St. Ann's church. 
(H 110879, May 22, 1908.) 

Harvey (Fred), Kansas City, Mo. 

[14882-14895 

Bright Angle trail, view from. (H 
111113, May 27, 1908.) 

Cape Horn. (H 111103, May 27, 
1908.) 

Colorado river from the plateau. 
(H 111104, May 27, 1908.) 

Cork-screw. (H 111105, Mav 27, 
1908.) 

Grand Canyon from El Tovar hotel. 
(H 111106, May 27, 1908.) 

Grand Canyon from Grand View, 
(H 111107, May 27, 1908.) 

Grand Canyon from Hopi point. (H 
111108, May 27, 1908.) 

Grand Canyon from O'Neil's point. 
(H 111109, May 27, 1908.) 

2 c. of each May 25, 190S. 

Hopi Shooyokos Katcina, Ariz. 
10981. (F 65477, May IS, 1908.) 

Jacob's Ladder. (H 111110, May 

27, 1908; 2 c. May 25, 1908.) 
Plateau from the Rim. (H 111111, 

May 27, 190S; 2 c. May 25, 190S.) 

Pottery decorator of the Pueblo 
of Isleta, New Mexico. (H 110944, 
May 25, 1908 ; 2 c Apr. 20. 1908.) 

Split rock on Bright Angle trail. 
(H 111112, May 27, 1908: 2 c. May 25, 
1908.) 

Woman of the Pueblo of Isleta deco- 
rating pottery. (H 110943, Mav 25, 
1908; 2 c. Apr. 20, 1908.) 

Hatcher (Thurston), Macon, Ga. 
[14896-14900 
By the brook. — By the cool lake. — 
By the road. — Dutch interior. — Wheat 
field [5 photographs] (H 110938- 
110942, May 16, 1908.) 



Hawes (Winfield S.), Butte, Mont. 

[14901 
Montana (U. S. battleship), silver 
service. (H 111033, May 25, 1908.) 

Heiman (F.), Morris Plains, N. J. 
[14902-14904 
Convent, N. J., College of St. Eliza- 
beth. 1-3. (H 110865-110867, May 
22, 1908.) 

Heininger, Unger & co., New York, 
N. Y. [14905 

Good luck follow you. (H 111228, 
June 1, 1908.) 

Hillers (John K.), Washington, D. C. 

[14906 
Great Falls of the Potomac. (H 
111231, June 1, 1908.) 

Hindmarsh (R. B.), Lincoln, Nebr. 

[14907, 14908 

Bryan's (W. J.) home, dining room. 

Bryan (W. J.) in front of Com- 
moner office. 

(H 111577,111578, June 8, 1908; 2 
c. of each, June 8, 1908.) 

Hispanic society of America. New 
York, N. Y. [14909-14921 

Christ and six apostles at table with 
two handmaidens; [by] El Greco. (H 
111415, June 1, 1908.) 

Don Martin de Leyva ; [by] Juan 
de Pareja. (H 111416, June 1, 1908.) 

Dutchess of Alba; [by] Goya. (H 
111417, June 1, 1908.) 

Hispanic society of America, mu- 
seum. 1-S. (H 111418, 111419, 
111421, 111422, 111424-111427, June 1, 
190S.) 

Holv family; [bv] El Greco. (H 
111420, June 1, 1908.) 

Possibly a sketch for Dos de Mayo; 
[by] Goya. (H 111423, June 1, 1908.) 

Holsinger & Clapp, Charlottesville. 
Va. [14922 

Fast flying Virginian. (H 110739, 
May 19, 190S.) 

Hotel & railroad news co., Boston, 
Mass. [14923-14931 

Wellesley series. 1-4. 

Yale series. 1-5. 

(G 18566-18574, May 4, 1908. 2 c. of 
each June 1, 1908.) 

Houghton & Dutton, Boston, Mass. 

[14932 
Home of Santa Claus. (F 65692, 
May 26, 1908.) 



230 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Hudson (Will E.), Seattle, Wash. 

[14933 
Heart of greater Seattle. (H 110575, 
May 13, 1908.) 

Hull (Dana), Chicago, 111. 

[14934-14938 
Winchell (B. L.) 3619, 3640-3643. 
(H 111368-111372, June 4, 1908.) 

Huntsman (A.), Colville, Wash. 

[14939 
Kettle falls on Columbia river. (H 
110937, May 23, 1908; 2 c. May 11, 
1908.) 

Hyde (Helen), San Francisco, Cal. 

[14040-14943 
Baby-talk. (F 65778, May 20, 1908.) 
Butterflies. ( F 65770, May 20, 1908. ) 
Miss Apricot-Cloud. (F 05775. May 

26, 1908.) 
Sauce-pan shop. (F 05777, May 26, 

1908.) 

2 c. of each May 27, 1908. 

INGERSOLL (TRUMAX WABD), St. Paul, 

Minn. [14944-14954 

Bunch of buffalo.— Chickens 
Wheat shock. 18897, 18898.— Dead 
in o n a r c h. - Dutch church. -Good 
work. Point on prairte chickens. 
14623, 14624.— Point on quail. 11296, 
14622.— That's a pretty fine head. I n 
photographs.] ill 111244r-111254, 
June 1, 1908.) 

Jackson (Howard Kandald. 1". S. 
Navy. [14955-1 ©59 

Straits of Magellan, sunrise. 

T;. 3. fleet, Straits of Magellan. 1-4. 

(H 111571-111575, June 8, 1908 
of each May 24, 190S.) 

Jacobs (AY. H.), Clarion, Iowa. 

n mo, 14961 

Clarion, Iowa, Morgan Ewart's li- 
brary. 1, 2. (H 110945, 110940, May 
25, 1908.) 

Jamestown official photograph cor- 
poration, Norfolk, Ya. [14902 
Atlantic fleet passing Cape Henry. 
(H 110040, May 18, 1908.) 

Jaycox (Ward), Orange, Tex. 

[14903 
Texas Christian university. (H 
111209, June 1, 190S ; 2 c. May 12, 
1908.) 

Jefferson (Orville), Kokomo, Ind. 

[14904, 14905 
Kokomo, Ind. 1-3. (H 110522- 
110524, May 14, 1908; 2 c. of each May 
4, 1908.) 



Jennings pub. co., Dallas, Tex. 

[14966 

Houston, Tex., panoramic view. (F 

05838, June 1, 1908 ; 2 c. May 18, 1908.) 

Jensen (C. H.), Oakland, Cal. [14967 
Evans (Bob) and Mayor Taylor. (H 
111198, June 1, 1908; 2 c. May 18, 
1908.) 

Johnson (Chas. T.), Jaffrey, N. H. 

[1496S 
Old black lead mine. (H 111001, 
May 25, 1908.) 

Johnson (T. Burdette), Windham, 
X. Y. [14969 

Windham's vale. (H 111177. May 
29, 1908.) 

Johnston (R. W.) studios, Pittsiun-. 
Pa. [14970 14972 

Choir boor. 

Foeorter (Adolpfa M.) 

(H 110618, 110619, Bay 18, 1» 
e. of each .May 18, 1998.) 

Krc.au bldg. L908. <II 111181, May 
29, 1908.) 

Johnmon i William), Lancaster, N. Y. 

Daimo family by the dam. <F 
94, May 26, 1» 

jov( i: i w.vi.Ti i'. s.i. Chicago, 111. 
[14974, I 

Com] anions. (II 111147, Mm 
L908.) 

There are moments when one would 
like 1- be alone. HI 111148, MJ 

Judge company, New York, N. Y. 

[1497^-14979 

Little Johnny and *e Teddy b 

1 F 65423, May 16, 490* 

iF 65564, May 21, tm 

i F 65780, May 28, W 

iF 65990, Tone 5, 1908.) 

Justice (John M. ». Philadelphia. Ta. 

[14980 

Lightning. (H 110856, May 19, 1908; 

2 c. Apr. 28, 1908.) 

Juul-TVorm photo co., St. Paul, Minn. 

[II 

Minnehaha. <H 111433, June 6, 
190S.) 

Kellogg (Will H.). Raveaswood, W. 

Ya. [1* 

Ladies head. fig. 108. (F 6C 

Mar. 31. 1908: 2 c. Juno 



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231 



Kennedy co., Seattle, Wash 

[14983, 14984 

Seattle, Wash., and vicinity. (F 

66020, June 8, 1908; 2 c. May 26, 
1908. ) 

White river valley and vicinity. (F 

66024, June 8, 1908; 2 c. May 25, 
1908.) 

Kiefer (E. H.), Cincinnati, Ohio. 

[14985-14996 

Kiefer's American girls. A-F. (G 
18332-18337, Mar. 12, 1908; 2 c. of 
each May 25, 1908.) 

Kiefer's (E. H.) American girls. 
G-L. (G 18432-18437, Apr. 4, 1908; 
2 c. of each May 25, 1906.) 

Kimball & Son, Concord, N. II. 

[14997-15007 

Pomfret. 1-5. (H 110874-110878 
May 22, 1908.) 

St. George's school. 1-A. St. Mark's 
school. 1, 2. (H 110595-110600, May 
16, 1908.) 
Kingsbuey (A. J.), Antigo, Wis. 

[15008-15017 

Antigo, Wis. Views from court 
house. 1-10. (H 110725-110734. May 
18, 1908.) 
Klein (Chas.), Osakis, Minn. [15018 

After a storm. (H 110517, May 7, 
1908.) 

Knoedler (E. L.), New York, N. Y. 

[15019 

Master Hoppner; after John Hopp- 
ner. (F 65SS2, June 2, 1908; 2 c. 
June 3, 1908.) 
Koeber (Paul C), New York, N. Y. 

[15020-15027 

Above all things avoid the Good 
Thing. 

Be merciful to the dear old lady. 

Beware of the heartbreaker. 

Do not be surprised if this occurs. 

If your bed looks like this, come 
home. 

See that your tent is made secure. 

Take plenty of clothing along with 
you. 

Take plenty of outdoor exercise. 

(F 65424-65431, May 16, 1908.) 
Krost (Fred), Mankato, Minn. 

[15028-15035 

Broad street. — Court house and high 
school. — Driveway, North Sibley 
park. — Minneopa falls. — Minnesota 
river. — Mouth of Blue Earth river. — 
Third and Jackson. — Upper Minneopa 
falls. [8 photographs] (H 111587- 
111594, June 9, 1908.) 



Kuoler (Walter J.), Boston. Mass. 

[15036, 15037 

Billowy smoke. (II 109985, Apr. 30, 
1908.) 

Fury of the flames. (H 109984, Apr. 
30, 1908.) 

Kugleb co.. Newark. N. J. 

[15038, 15039 
Murphy (Franklin) 1, 2. (H 
111501, 111502, June 6, 1908.) 

Lambert (W. D.), Long Beach, Cal. 

[15040, 15045 

Parade fleet day in San Francisco. 
A-C. 

San Francisco from Telegraph bill. 

Santa Monica Bay. 

Torpedo boat destroyers, San Diego. 

(H 110747-110752, May 19, 1908.) 

Lander (Carlis J.). New York. X. Y. 

[15046-15049 

Van Court land Manor. 1-4. (H 

110772-110775, Mav 20, 1908; 2 c. of 

each May 14. I'ins. | 

Lawrence (Geo. R.) co., Chicago, 111. 
[15050-15058 

Dinner by the Washington Board of 
trade to the governors of the states. 
(H 110639, May 18. 190S ; 2 c. May 14, 
190S.) 

Madison, Wis., bird'seve view. (H 

111275, May 15, 1908.) 

San Francisco from captive airship 
[1, 2] (H 111013, 111014, May 25, 
19880 

(H 111069, May 26, 1908.) 

Silver jubilee celebration, C. O. F. 
(H 111277, June 1, 1908.) 

Faired States fleet [1, 21 (H 110744, 
110745, May 19, 1908.) 

Waukegan, 111., bird'seye view. (II 

111276, May 15, 1908.) 

Le Maire co., Chicago, 111. [15059 

Le Maire. 3038. (H 111080, May 
26, 190S; 2 c. May 20, 190S.) 

Lewis (George E.), Bryantville, Mass. 
[15060-15069 
Brvantville, Mass., Mavflower srove. 
1-7 (F 65S40-65S46, June 1, 190S.) 

Pembrooke, Mass. 1, 2. (F 65S4S, 
65S49, June 1, 1908.) 

South Hanson, Mass., Main st. (F 
65847, June 1, 1908.) 

Lewis (H. J. S.), New York, N. Y. 

[15070 

Only tune this organ plays. (H 
111414, June 6, 1908 ; 2 c. June 3, 1908.) 



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Lewis (S.), Venice, Cal. [15071 

Pursuit of pleasure. (F 65931, June 
4, 1908.) 

Lieber (H.) co., Indianapolis, Ind. 

[15072-15082 

Crest (The). 1-3. (H 111257- 
111259, June 1, 1908.) 

Fisher (Madame). 2,3. (H 111266, 
111267, Junel, 1908.) 

Inlet (The). 1-3. (H 111263- 
111265, June 1, 1908.) 

Wallace (Gen. Lew.) 1-3. (H 
1 11260-111262, June 1, 1908.) 

Life publishing co., New York, N. Y. 

[15083 
First international aerocar race. (F 
65913, June 3, 1908.) 

Linnaea aid society, Duluth, Minn. 

[150S4 

Linnaea borealis; by David Ericson. 
(F 65596, Mav 21. 1908; 2 c. May 13, 

1908.) 

Littig (W. T.) A CO., New York, N. Y. 

[150S5 
University of Chicago. (F 65542, 
May 20, 190S; 2 c. May 21, 1908.) 

Littleton (W. II.) & Calmelat 
(H. A.), Braddock, Pa. [150S6 

Braddock, Pa. Bird's eye view. (H 
111034, May 25, 1908; 2 c. May 20, 
1908. 

Loomis (F. A.), Emporia, Kans. [150S7 
Cottonwood drive. (H 110S50, May 
21, 1908.) 

Lougee (Bernard A.), Pittsfield, N. II. 
[150SS, 150S9 
New Hampshire college views on 
letter H. 

On letter N. 

(H 111314, 111313, June 3, 190S : 
2 c. of each May 14, 1908. ) 

Lounsbury (Fred C), Plainfield, N.J. 
[15090-15094 

Battle ship Fan. (F 65506, May 19, 
1908.) 

Children and turkey. — King for a 
day. — Turkey and automobile. — Turkey 
on the world. [4 prints] (F 65781- 
65784, May 28, 1908.) 

Lum (Bertha), Minneapolis, Minn. 

[15095 

Fox woman. (F 65543, May 20, 
1908.) 



Lyndon (Alford S.), Ann Harbor, 
Mich. [15096-15115 

Coldwater, Mich., greetings from. 1-3. 
(F 65828-65830, May 18, 1908.) 

Epworth Heights, Mich., greetings 
from. 1-3. (F 65831-65S32, May 18, 
1908, F 65833, May 18, 1908 ; 1 c. May 
IS, 1908; 1 c. June 5, 190S.) 

Hillsdale, Mich., greetings from. 1-4. 
(F 65834-65S37, May IS, 1908.) 

Jackson, Mich., greetings from. 1-3. 
(F 65818-65820, May IS, 1908.) 

Ludington, Mich., greetings from. 
(F 05S21, May IS, 190S.) 

Marshall, Mich., greetings from. 1-5. 
(F 65822 65826, May IS, 1908.) 

Muskegon, Mich., greetings from. (F 
65827, -May IS, 190S.) 

McClube ( L. C.)i Denver, Colo. 

[15116, 15117 
Grand river valley, Colo. 855, S56. 
HI 110496, 1104«>7. May 12, 1908.) 

McClube (R. L.), Lexington. Ky. 

[1511S, 15119 

Lexington, Ky., Campbell-Ilairerman 
college, i II 111568, June S, 1908; 2 c. 
Juno 1. 1908.) 

Entrance to Lexington ceme- 

tery. I II 111070, Mav 26, 1908; 2 c. 
May 21. 1908.) 

MACDONALD (PiBIE), Now York. N. Y. 
[15120, 15121 
Ketten (Maurice) A, F. (H 110573, 
110674, May 15, 1908.) 

McMillan (John Gilmore), San Jose, 
Cal. [15122 

Llagas crook. Cal., stone bridge. (F 
65644, May 25, 190S.) 
Malloby (Ralph Lynn), Bellefonte, 
Pa. [15123 

Bellefonte, Pa., state fish commis- 
sion. (II 110555. May 15, 1908.) 
Manteb (Alice A.), Oakland, Me. 

[15124 

Messalonskoe Lake Salmon. (H 
110797, May 21, 1908.) 
Mabceau (Tiieo. C), New York, N. Y. 
[15125-15136 

Casazza (G. Gatti) 1, 2. (H 111309, 

111310, June 2, 190S.) 

Martin (Frederick Townsend) 1-7. 
(H 111002-11100S. May 25, 190S.) 

Walker (T. B.) 1. (H 111327, June 
3, 1908.) 

Walker (Mrs. T. B.) 1. (H 111328, 
June 3, 190S.) 

Willson (Hon. Augustus E.) 1. (H 

111311, June 2, 1908.) 



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Markendorff (George), New York, 

N. Y. [15137-15152 

Alarm. (G 18736, June 1, 1908.) 

Auto tour. (G 1S740, June 1, 1908.) 

Automobile party. (G 18741, June 

1. 1908.) 

Bass fishing. (G 18732, June 1, 

190S.) 

Boating. (G 1S737, June 1. 190S.) 
Breaking in. (G 18744, June 1, 

190S.) 

Camping. (G 18738, June 1, 190S.) 
Coaching party. (G 18742, June 1, 

190S.) 

Dawn. (G 1S739, June 1, 1908.) 
Duck shooting. (G 1S733, June 1, 

190S.) 

Morning ride. (G 1S743. June 1, 

190S.) 

Partridge shooting. (G 18734, June 

1, 1908.) 

Pioneers. (G 1S745, June 1, 190S.) 
Prospecting. (G 18746, June 1, 

1908.) 

Stampede. (G 1S747, June 1, 1908.) 
Trout fishing. (G 1S735, June 1, 

190S.) 

Martix & Merrick, Columbus, Ohio. 

[15153 
Stourbridge (The) lion. (H 11103S, 
May 20, 190S; 2 c. May 11, 190S.) 

Mayer (F. W.). New York, N. Y. 

[15154 
U-n-i-ted. (F 65961, June 2, 1908.) 

Meek Co., Coshocton, Ohio. [15155 
St. Vincent. (G 1S75S, June 5, 
1908.) 

Meiser (Jesse A.), Eureka, Cal. 

[15156-15158 
I am at Eureka, Cal. (H 111190, 

May 29, 1908.) 
Trinidad. ( H 1111S9, May 29, 190S. ) 
Trinidad Beach. (H 111191, May 

29, 190S.) 

Meissner (H. P.), Beaumont, Tex. 

[15159 
Saratogo, Tex., oil field. (H 110S00, 
May 21, 190S ; 2 c. Apr. 27, 1908.) 

Melies (Geo.), Paris, France. 

[15160-15167 

Broken violin. (H 111272, June 2, 
190S.) 

Hunting the Teddy bear. (H 111273, 
June 2, 1908.) 

Little peacemaker. (H 111270, June 

2, 1908.) 



Melies (Geo.j — Continued. 

Lively pranks with a fake python. 
I (H 110581, May 16, 1908.) 

Love tragedy in Spain. i'H 111271, 
June 2. 1908.) 

Miser i The i «H 1105S3, May 16, 
190- . 

Side show wrestlers. (H 110584, 
May 16, 1908.) 

Up to date clothes cleaning. (H 
; 1105S2, May 16, 190S.) 

Mench (Phil i, Clear Lake, Iowa. 

[1516S-15171 

Clear Lake, Iowa. 1-3. f H 111214- 
111216, June 1. 190S.) 

Pike catch. (H 111366, June 4, 
1908.) 

Merriam i C. Hart i . Washington, D. C. 
[15172-151S4 
California Indians. 1-13. CH 
| 110753-110765. May 19, 1908.) 

Meyercord co. inc., Chicago, 111. 

[151S5 
Modern madonna. (H 110863, May 

22, 1908.) 

Michael < Abraham), New York. X. Y. 
[151 SO. 151^7 
Just arrived, every thing O. K. 1. 2. 
(F 65594, 65595, May 22, 190S.) 

Miller (A. E. W.), Pulaski. Ya. 

[151SS, 151S9 

Glass windows and Tow's ferry 
bridge, Xew river. Ya. (H 111135, 
May 28, 190S.) 

Horse Shoe narrows. Big Reed Is- 
land creek. Ya. (H 111134. May 2S, 
190S.) 

Mills (Thomas H.), Providence, R. I. 

[15190 
Arbor day at park 190S. (H 110909, 
May 23, 190S.) 

Mitchell (Johx J.*> co.. Xew York, 
X. Y. [15191, 15192 

American fashions, supplement — Sar- 
torial art journal, May, 190S. A, B. 

i (F 62168, 62169, Jan. 27, 1908; 2 c. of 
each May 19, 190S.) 

Moffett studio, Chicago, 111. 

[15193-15200 
Beach (Rex E.) 1-3. (H 111075- 
111077, May 27, 190S.) 

Fairbanks (Hon. Charles W.) 1-3. 
(H 110922-110924, May 25, 190S.) 

McCoy (Bessie) 1, 2. (H. 111199, 
111200, June 1, 1908.) 



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Moore (J. C), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[15201-15203 

Fredonia, Pa., 1794-1796. (F 65365- 

65367, May 14, 1908 ; 2 c. of each May 

26,1908.) 

Morris (Joseph L.), Lawrence, Kans. 

[15204-15208 

Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kansas. 

Series B. 2-6. (H 110791-110795, May 

20. 1908. ) 

Morse (William A.). Merriinac, Mass. 

[15209 
Barefoot boy of John G. Whittier. ' 
(II 111503, June 6, 190S : 2 c. June 8, 
1908.) 

Morton (Wintiirop Lee), Hartford. 
Conn. [15210 

Hartford, Conn., Connecticut river 
bridge. (H 110864, May 22, 1968 

Moseroxi ( Atiiuo), San Juan. P. It. 

I 1 52 1 1 
San Juan. P. R., bird'seye view. (H 
111274, May 13, 11)08.) 

Mozart (Bbtelle G»), Washington, 
D.C. [15212,15213 

Die Buttenly am splumpshus. (II 

111029, May 25, 1908.) 

Nuthin' kain't hear dis heah. (H 

111030, May 25, 1908.) 

Mulleb (ENBIQUE), P>rooklyn, N. Y. 

! 152 14-15221 

California (U. S. 8.) 80S. (H 
111227. June 1, 1908. 

Charleston (U. S. S.) (H 110006, 
May 16, 1908. 

Delaware {V. S. S.), side view, go- 
ing. 38. (II 106762, Feb. 29, 190S.) 

2 c. of each June 10, 190S. 

Brans (Admiral) and his family. 
(H 110239, May 6, 190S ; 2 c. May 21, 
1908.) 

Milwaukee (U. S. S.) S02. (H 
111221, June 1, 190S. 

Preussen (German ship), on all five 
masts and yards, full sails. 812, S13. 
(H 111325, 111326, June 3, 1908.) 

St Louis (U. S. S.) 801. (H 
111220, Junel, 190S.) 

2 c. of ^ach June 10, 190S. 

Murray (J. E.), Washington, D. C. 

[15222-15224 

I'm for you Bill Bryan. (F 65433, 
May 16, 1908.) 

I'm for you Bill Taft. (F 65434, 
May 16, 1908.) 

More power to you Teddy. (F 
65432, May 16, 1908.) 



Nagele (X. O.), New Baden, 111. 

[15225, 15226 
Dedication of the new St. George's 
Catholic church. A, B. (H 110518 
110519, May 4, 1908.) 

Nash (E.), Cincinnati, Ohio. 

[15227-15238 
January. — February. — March. — 
April.— May.— June.— July.— August. — 
September. — October. — November.— 
December. [12 chromos] (F 1S666- 
18677, May 23, 19080 

National photograph co.. Chicago, 
I1] - [15239 

Advertising is a selling force. 3210. 
(II 11078$ May 20, 190 

NEVIN (Thomas). Massachusetts. 

[15240 
In loving memory. (F 06019, Apr. 
9. 190&; 2 c June 3, 1908.) 

Xi;\v ENGLAND < ■<i.\tt-:< noxKRY CO., Bos- 
lmi. Mass. [15241 
Love, war and peace. (F 65606, 
May 23, 1908.) 

New Vokk Ktening ii.m:<.i:\m (New 

Yobk Hebaxd company), Jersey 

City, X. J. [15242-15289 

Book taught Bilkins. (F 652S0, 

May 12, 1908.) 

(F 86519, May 19, 1908.) 

(F 65774, May 27, 1908.) 

(F 65887, June 2, 1908.) 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. (P 
65375, -May 1.".. 1908.) 

( I" 65457, .May 18, 1908.) 

(F 65601, May 22, 1908.) 

(F 65688, May 25, 1908.) 

(F 65869, May 29, 1908.) 

(F 65881, June 1, 1908.) 

(F 05964, June 5, 3908.) 

(F 66033, June S, 190S.) 

Little Mrs. Thoughtful. (F 65456, 

May 18, 1908.) 

(F 656S7, May 25, 1908.) 

(F 65S80, June 1, 190S.) 

(F 66032, June 8, 1908.) 

Pilgrim's progress. (F 65354, May 

13, 1908.) 

(F 65533, May 20, 1908.) 

(F 657S5, May 28, 1908.) 

(F 65935, June 4, 1908.) 

Puggy Poodles. (F 65373, May 14, 

1908:) 

(F 65602, May 22, 190S.) 

(F 65808, May 29, 190S.) 



ENGRAVINGS, OUTS, AND PRINTS 
nos. 23-26, June, 1908 



235 



New York Evening telegram — Cont'd. 
(F 65936, June 4, 1908.) 

Wisdom of Wiseheimer. (F 65455, 
May 18, 1908.) 

(F 65689, May 25, 1908.) 

(F 65879, June 1, 1908.) 

(F 66031, June 8, 1908.) 

New York Herald co., Jersey City, 
N. J. [15270-15306 

Angelic Angelina. (F 65047, Apr. 
30, 1908; 2 c. May 15, 1908.) 

(F 65575, May 21, 1908; 2 c. 

May 23, 1908.) 

(F 65579, May 21, 1908; 2 c. 

May 29, 1908.) 

(F 65585, May 21, 1908; 2 c. 

June 4, 1908.) 

Atlantic fleet includes two new 
steamships. (F 66034, June 8, 1908.) 

Ba-Ba. (F 65050, Apr. 30, 1908 ; 2 c. 
May 15, 1908.) 

(F 65573, May 21, 190S; 2 c. 

May 23, 190S.) 

(F 65581, May 21, 1908; 2 c. 

May 29, 1908.) 

(F 65588, May 21, 1908; 2 c. 

June 4, 190S.) 

Buster Brown. (F 65046, Apr. 30, 
190S; 2 c. May 15, 1908.) 

(F 65571, May 21, 190S; 2 c. 

May 23, 1908.) 

(F 6557S, May 21, 1908; 2 c. 

May 29, 190S.) 

(F 65584, May 21, 1908; 2 c. 

June 4, 190S.) 

Fluffy Ruffles. (F 65372, May 14, 
190S; 2 c. May 15, 1908.) 

(F 65577, May 21, 190S; 2 c. 

May 23, 1908.) 

(F 65810, May 29, 1908.) 

(F 65934, June 4, 1908.) 

Little Nemo in Slumberland. (F 
65051, Apr. 30, 1908; 2 c. May 15, 
1908.) 

(F 65572, May 21, 1908; 2 c. 

May 23, 1908.) 

(F 65583, May 21, 1908; 2 c. 

May 29, 1908.) 

(F 655S9, May 21, 1908; 2 c. 

June 4, 190S.) 

Monkev shines of Marseleen. (F 
65049, Apr. 30, 1908; 2 c. May 15, 
190S.) 

(F 65574, May 21, 1908; 2 c. 

May 23, 1908.) 

(F 65582, May 21, 190S; 2 c. 

May 29, 1908.) 

46903—08 2 



New York Herald co. — Continued. 

(F 65587, May 21, 1908; 2 c. 

June 4, 1908.) 

New liner bound for New York. (F 
65458, May 18, 1908.) 

Terrors of the tiny tads. (F 65048, 
Apr. 30, 1908; 2 c. May 15, 1908.) 

(F 65576, May 21, 1908; 2 c. 

May 23, 1908.) 

(F 65580, May 21, 1908; 2 c. 

May 29, 1908.) 

(F 65586, May 21, 1908; 2 c. 

June 4, 1908.) 

Tide of Atlantic travel now setting 
stronger toward Europe. (F 65690, 
May 25, 1908.) 

Two new steamships chartered. (F 
65875, June 1, 1908; 2 c. June 2, 1908.) 

Victor Herbert and H. B. Smith fit 
Nemo for stage. (F 65811. May 29, 
190S. ) 

Working drawings of Wright 
brothers aeroplane. (F 65877, June 
1, 1908.) 

Wright (Orville). (F 65878, June 
1, 1908.) 



Wright (Wilbur). 
1, 190S.) 

Wright brothers' 
65590, May 21, 190S.) 



(F 65876, June 
aeroplane. (F 



New York times co.. New York, N. Y. 
[15307-15308 

Some impressions of the passing 
show. (F 65355, May 13, 1908.) 

(F 658S8, June 2, 1908.) 

New York zoological society. New 
York, N. Y. [15309-15333 

New York zoological park. Nos. 
387 A, 740, 11S4, 1260, 1373, 1672, 1870. 
203S. 25S3, 3011, 30S1. 324S, 3616, 3629, 
3643, 3656. 36S4, 36S5. 3692, 3702, 3722, 
3723, 3741, 3743, 389S. 

(H 110817-110841, May 21, 1908.) 

Newell (Lafayette Van Buren), 
Portsmouth, N. H. [15334 

Chester < U. S. S.) in Portsmouth 
harbor. (H 111041, May 26, 1908.) 

Newman (Thomas T.). Cincinnati. 
Ohio. [15335, 15336 

Cincinnati, Ohio. Dec. 17SS. 1, 2. 
(F 65949, 65950, June 4, 190S.) 

Newton (John W.), Columbus, Ohio. 

[15337 
Off for the fire. (H 111367, June 
I 4, 1908.) 



236 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Nowell (F. H.), Seattle, Wash. 

[15338 
U. S. Atlantic fleet day crowd, 
Seattle, Wash. (H 111279, June 2, 
1908.) 

Offermann (Frank J.), New York, 

N. Y. [15339-15357 

Buffalo baseball club, players in 

action. 1-10. (F 65444-05453, May 

18, 1908.) 

Buffalo baseball club, players in 
action. 11-19. (F 65490-05502, May 

19, 1908; 65503, May 1, 1908; 2 c. of 
each May 9, 1908; 65504, May 1, 
1908.) 

Order of the Eastern star state of 
New York. New York, N. Y. 

[1535S 
I have soon His star. (<i 18726, May 

20, 1908.) 

OSBORNE OO., New York, N. Y. 

[15359-15870 
Church where Shakespeare sleeps. 

5 by 2|; 5J by 10: 9J by 17. 

Father's away on the sea. 3A by 5; 
10| by 13. 

Lady Demure. 3§ by 54. 

On the lookout. 154 by 22. 

Puritan (A) 3jj by 5J. 

Shepherdess and her flock, Holland. 
9 by 44. 

Spring flood in Holland. 7 bv 14; 
S by 4. 

Where highland cattle range. 16 
by 21. 

(F 0597S-059S9, June 5, 190S.) 

Otis lithograph co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

[15371 
Vale (Louise) (G 18665, May 21. 

1908; 2 o. May 20, 1908.) 

Oxford & Dillhoff, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

115372-15374 
Original merry widow hat girl. 
271S2 A-C. (H 111020-111 02s. Mav 
25, 1908.) 

Pach bros.. New York, N. Y. 

[15375-15391 

Falconio (Archbishop) 87201. (II 
111609, June 9, 190S.) 

Folk (Gov. J. W.) S7400 A-S7400 
E. (H 111598-111602, June 9, 190S.) 

Johnson (Gov. John A.) S7399 A- 
S7399 B. (H 111607, 11100S, June 9, 
190S.) 

Knox (Hon. P. C.) S7402 A-S7402 
C. (H 111595-111597. June 9, 190S.) 

Mauretania (S. S.) (H 111603, 
June 9, 1908.) 



Pach bros. — Continued. 

Mitchell (John) 8704 A, 8704 B. 
(H 111010, 111011, June 9, 1908.) 

Taft (Mrs. W. H.) 87405 A-S7105 
C. (H 111004-111006, June 9, 19< 

Parker & Corti, Marshall, Tex. [15392 
Marshall, Tex., Coon Johnson's 
graveyard. (H 111583, June 8, 1908; 
i 2 c. May 7, 1908.) 

\ Parmenter (Wm. Henry), Toledo, 
Ohio. [15393 

Blanco. (F 04004. Mar. 30, 1908; 
I 2 c. June 1, 191 

Parry (John Richard), jr., Denver, 
Colo. [15394 

Leisure moments. (F 05994, June 6, 
1908.) 

Peace (Lorenzo Dow), Ridgedale, 

Tenn. [15395 

Race for governor, ii 85184, May 
B, L908; 2 c May 18, 19 

Peck (Annii: S.i. Now York, N. Y. 

[15396-15402 

Indian porters on Iluascaran. — 

Llanganuc -Wayside inn on 

the Andes. — lungay 1-4. [7 prints]. 

5995 66001, Juno .",. 1908; 2 c. of 

each June 4. 1908.) 

Pia.oi (Aim a A.), Augusta, Ga. [15-103 
Randal] (James R.) postal card sou- 
venir. (II 106258, Feb. 15, 1908: 2 c. 
May 2... 1908.) 

Pelto.n t Hebbe&i YV.), Asheville, N. C. 

[15404 
Biltmore, N. C, Kenilworth inn. (H 
110606, May m. 19 

Perkins (A. J.), San Francisco, Cal. 

[15405 
California. (II 110738, May 18. 
1908.) 

Perkins (W. P.) jr., Lead, S. Dak. 

[15406, 15407 

Old Smoky, the miners pet. 

with long string of cars. 

(H 110012. 110613, May IS, 1908; 2 
c. of each May IP. 1908 

Perkins (Wm. L. ). Chicago, 111. 

[1540S 
Ladv in crescent. (G 18729, June 1, 

190S.) 

Perry (YV. El), Allegheny, Pa. 

[15409, 15410 
Silver is mine. 1. 2. (H 111428, 
111429, June 0, 190S ; 2 c. of each June 
I 1, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



237 



nos. 23-26, June, 1908 



Peters (Claus), Craig, Mo. [15411 

38th anniversary Craig lodge no. 
211. (H 111347, June 3, 1908; 2 c. 
May 27, 1908.) 

Phelan (A. B.), New York, N. Y. 

[15412 

Watered stock district. (H 111350, 
June 4, 1908.) 

Pohle (Frederick W. C), Buffalo, 
N. Y. [15413 

Butler concert orchestra of Buffalo, 
N. Y. (H 110919, May 23, 1908.) 

Porter, St. Helena, Cal. [15414 

St. Helena to Lake co. points, auto 
stage. (H 111576, June 8, 1908; 2 c. 
May 25, 1908.) 

Post (J. E. H.), Baltimore, Md. 

[15415-15437 

Hampton, Baltimore Co., Md. 1-4. 
(H 110686-110689, May 18, 1908.) 

5-12. (H 110947-110954, Mav 

25, 1908.) 

Wye House, Talbot Co., Md. 1-4. 
(H 1106S2-110685, May 18, 1908.) 

5-11. (H 1112S0-1112S6, June 

2, 1908.) 

Potwine (Robert H.), Honolulu, Ha- 
waii. [15438 

Hawaii (Yacht). (H 111230, June 
1, 1908.) 

Prall (Virginia M.), Washington, 
D. C. [15439-15444 

Burnett (Frances Hodgson). 1-6. 
(H 110706-110711, May 18, 1908.) 

Prideaux (John H.), San Francisco, 
Cal. [15445 

California redwood. (H 110609, 
Apr. 11, 1908; 2 c. May 16, 190S.) 

Ragsdale (M. C), San Angela. Tex. 

[15446 
Chadbourne street. (H 110787, May 
20, 190S.) 

Rakow (H. A.), Ludington. Mich. 

[15447 

Ludington, Mich., carferry entering 
harbor. (H 110921, May 25, 1908.) 

Rand, McNally & co., Chicago. 111. 

[1544S-15450 

Bedtime. (F 65S03, May 29, 1908.) 

Good-bye. (F 65339, May 13, 1908.) 

Tickets please. (F 65507, May 19,. 

190S.) 



Rvu (Wm. H.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[15451-15461 

New York, N. Y. 25752-25756, 25758, 
25762. (H 111298-111304, June 2, 
; 1908.) 

Philadelphia, Pa. 25921, 26155, 
26156, 25918. (H 111305-111308, June 
2, 1908.) 

Reed (E. A.), Worcester, Mass. 

[15462, 15463 

Laurel lake from Laurel heights. 
1, 2. (H 110610, 110611, May 18, 
1908.) 

Reed (Roland W.), Bemidji, Minn. 

[15464, 15465 

Boiling maple syrup. (H 111240, 
June 1, 1908.) 

Maple sugar maker. (H 111239, 
June 1, 1908.) 

; Reed & Carmick, Jersey City, N. J. 

[15466, 15467 
Holden chapel. 

McDowell (Dr. Ephriam), home of, 
Danville. Ky. 

(F 65902. 65901, May 16, 190S : 2 c. 
of each May 22, 1908.) 

Reeder (J. D.), Waverly, Kans. 

[15468 
Two little boys in blue. (H 110616, 
May IS, 1908.) 

Reichelt (Paul), St. Paul, Minn. 

[15469-15472 
St. Paul, Minn. 1-3. (H 110592- 
110594, May 16, 190S.) 

Greetings from. (H 111335, 

June 3, 1908.) 

Reid pub. co., Boston, Mass. [15473 

Mother church. Main entrance view. 
(H 111012, May 25, 1908; 2 c. May 19, 
190S.) 



Reynolds (J. M.), Grove City, Pa. 

[15474 
Grove City. Pa., Grove City college, 
main bids:. (H 110955, Mav 25, 190S : 
2 c. May 16, 190S.) 

Robbins (H. I.), Boston, Mass. 

[15475-15506 
Boston. 1091-1122. (32 chromos.) 
(G 18692-18723, May 25, 190S.) 

Rochester agricultural & me- 
chanical assn., Rochester, N. H. 
[15507, 1550S 
Rochester fair 1, 2. (H 111128, 
111132. May 28, 1908.) 



238 



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Rogers & Bronstrup, San Francisco, 

Cal. [15509 

Atlantic fleet passing through the 

Golden Gate. 102. (H 110500, May 

13, 1908; 2 c. May 15, 1908.) 

Rose (Chas.), New York, N. Y. 

[15510-15517 
[Song series. 1-8] (F 65951-65958, 
June 4, 1908.) 

Rose (Charles J.), Roxbury, Mass. 

[15518-15566 
Are you a royal rooter. — Base hit. — 
Blind man's buff. — Foul strike. — Get a 
basket. — Heavy hitter. — Her fortune. — 
I'm for the foul strike rule. — I um- 
pired a game. — I've got all the 
curves. — I've got my eye on the ball. — 
I've recovered my batting eye. — In leap 
year. — Ladies day. — My bat-ing aver- 
age is growing. — Offering. — Pop fly.— 
Portrait. — Rival. — Slashing Bingle.— 
Slugger. — Southpaw artist. -Squall 
room boys [1-20]. — Squeeze play. — 
Suppliant — Terrible whip. — Texas 
leaguer. — Two strikes and one down. 
Toast — Wayfarer. 1 40 prints] (F 
65281-65329, May 12, 1908; 2 c. of each 
May 9, 1908.) 

Rose (H. M.), Philadelphia. Pa. 

[16667-16695 

[Comic base ball. 1-S] (F 05914- 
65921, June 3, 190S.) 

[Merry widow cards. 1-4] (F 
6561S-65621, May 23, 1908. I 

I Merry widow bat 1-4] (F 65855, 
65S58, June 1, 190S.) 

Nations choice. (F 65924, June 3, 
1908.) 

[New Years cards. 1-4] (F 65361- 
65364, May 14, 190S.) 

[New Years cards. 1-S] (F 65411- 
65418, May 15, 1908.) 

Rose (R. H.) & son, Princeton, N. J. 

[15596 
Four eight oared shells on Carnegie 
lake, Princeton, N. J. (H 1112S7, June 
2, 190S.) 

Rose co., Philadelphia, Pa. [15597 

Diamond (The) (F 65770, May 27, 
1908.) 

Ryan (Daniel Edward), Newburgh, 
N. Y. [15598 

Waldon, N. Y., New York knife co. 
(H 111011, May 25, 1908.) 

Sander (P.), New York, N. Y. 

[15599-15632 

Anticipations. — Attacking parties. — 

Dignity and independence. — Flower of 

the flock. — Game bird. — Greetings from 



Sander (P.) — Continued. 
Uncle Sam. — In the pink of condi- 
tion. — Narrow escape. — Past and fu- 
ture. — Two of a kind. — Two to one. — 
Where ignorance is bliss. [12 prints] 
(F 65521-65532, May 20, 190S.) 

Engraved on his heart. — Giving ad- 
vice. — In Cupid's toils. — In doubt. — 
Mischief maker. — Mutual agreement. — 
Overworked. — Song of love. — Striking 
love's chord. — Striking • the right 
chord. — Two hearts that beat as one. — 
Well earned rest. — Willing captive. — 
Willing listener. [14 prints] (F 65756- 
65769, May 27, 1908.) 

Anticipation. — Birds of a feather. — 
Happy pair. — Life saver. — Mutual 
wishes. — Quiet sail.- -Shell game. — 
Two hearts that beat ;is one. [8 
prints] < l' 66009 <;r»'.>7<;. June 5, 1908.) 

Saundebs (Albert E.), New Bedford, 
Mass. [15633 

Our country needs Roosevelt. (F 
65489, May 13, 1908; 1 c. Mav 13, 1908; 
i c If ay 27. 190S.) 

BOHXSMEB (G.), New York. X. Y. 

[15634 
Chanson Bohemienne. (G 18728, 

Juue 1, 1908.) 

St in Ei im:\ i Albert), Bozenian. Mont. 
[15635-15640 
Boseman, Mont.. New Catholic 
church. 

Gallatin river. 1—4. 

on the West Gallatin. 5. 

(H 111016-111021. May 25, 1908.) 

Schmidt (Wilhklm), Colorado 
Springs, Colo. [16641, 15642 

Mount of the Holy Cross. Colo. 1. 2. 
i II 111136, 111137, Mav 2S, 1908; 2 c. 
of each May 29, 190S.) 

Schmidt lithograph co., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. [15641 
Eight dishes of salmon. (F 65591, 
May 19, 1908.) 

Schumo (Silas L.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[ 15644-1 56 17 

Inn of the Good Samaritan. (H 

109455, Apr. 16, 190S.) 

Shore of Dead sea. Mt. Xebo iu dis- 
tance. (H 109451. Apr. 16, 190S.) 

Tree of agonv iu Garden of Geth- 
semane. (H 109453, Apr. 16, 190S.) 

Tree on the beach above Jaffa. (H 

109456, Apr. 16, 1908.) 

2 c. of each June 5, 190S. 



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239 



nos. 23-26, June, 1908 



Schwab & Wolf, New York, N. Y. 

[15648 
Russell (Lillian). (G 18386, Mar. 
28,1908.*) 

Scofield-Pierson co., Indianapolis, Ind. 

[15649 

God's will, not ours, be done. (F 

65440, May 12, 1908; 2 c. May 25, 

1908.) 

Seyffer (Fred M.), Le Roy, N. Y. 

[15650 
Le Roy, N. Y., old Main st. bridge. 
(H 111182, May 29, 1908.) 

Shaw (W. T.), Pullman, Wash. 

[15651 

China pheasant cock. (F 65597, 
May 22, 1908.) 

Sheahan (Maurice T.), Rrookline, 
Mass. [15652-15654 

Bryan (William Jennings) (F 
65554, May 21, 1908.) 

Hughes (Charles E.) (F 65552, 
May 21, 1908.) 

Taft (William Howard) (F 65553, 
May 21, 1908.) 

Silberer (Darwin D.) bros.. New 
York, N. Y. [15655 

Chase yourself. (H 110603. May 16, 
190S.) 

Skinner (Mrs. Mildred G.), San Le- 
andro, Cal. [15656 

There is only one thing our state 
can't beat. (F 65441, May 2, 1908.) 

Sloan (J. V.) & co., New York, N. Y. 
[15657, 1565S 

Never cross a bridge until you come 
to it. (G 1S63S, May 14, 190S.) 

Tall oaks from little acorns grow. 
(G 18639, May 14, 1908; 2 c. May 14, 
1908.) 

Smith (Erwin E.), Boston, Mass. 

[15659-15671 
Bull-doging a calf. — Chuck-wagon 
and Remuda. — Chuck-wagon on the 
move. — Cowboys eating tomatoes. — 
Line-rider in camp. — Map in the 
sand. — Mounting a bronc. — On look- 
out for cattle. — Pulling chuck-wagon 
out of canyon. — Rocky trail. — Snaking 
in a calf. — Stray man. — Texas cow- 
boy. [13 photographs.] (H 111054- 
111066, Mav 26, 190S ; 2 c. of each 
May 18, 1908.) 

Smith (F.), San Francisco, Cal. 

[15672 
Welcome to the coast. (F 65813, 
June 1, 1908; 2 c. May 11, 1908.) 



Solder printing co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

[15073 
Have my eye on you. (F 65592, 
Mav 16, 1908; 1 c. May 4, 1908; 1 c. 
May 16, 1908.) 

Spencer (Hugh), St. Cloud, Minn. 

[15674-15676 
St. Cloud, Minn. 627, 629, 630. (H 
110235-110237, May 6, 1908; 2 c. of 
each June 6, 1908.) 

Spies (A.), Sandusky, Ohio. 

[15677, 15678 
Sauduskv, Ohio, Soldiers' home, new 
hospital building. 1, 2. (H 111031, 
111032, May 25, 1908.) 

Staderman (Julius P.), Buffalo. N. Y. 

[15679 
Cupid's hearts. (H 110577, Mav 16, 
1908.) 

Standard pub. co., Watertown, N. Y. 

[15680 
Brennan (Mrs. Sarah). (F 65643, 
May 25, 1908.) 

Steichen (Edward), New York. N. Y. 
[15681-15683 

Goal (The). (F 65470, May 18, 
190S.) 

Roosevelt (Theodore). (F 65468, 
May 18, 1908.) 

Taft (William Howard). (F 65469, 
May IS, 190S.) 

Stephenson (R. L.), Lockport. 111. 

[15684 
Hotel Munroe, Joliet, 111. (H 111073, 
May 26, 190S.) 

Stone (M. T.) art co., Mobile, Ala. 

[15685 
Mobile carnival, 1908. Roval party. 
(H 110SS9. May 23, 190S: 2 c. May 14. 
190S.) 

Stouch (H.) & co., West Baden, Ind. 

[156S6 
Interior view of the rotunda of the 
West Baden hotel. (H 99049. Aug. 26. 
1907; 2 c. May IS, 1908.) 

Stout (Horace E.), Brooklvn, N. Y. 

[156S7 
Don Derby. (H 111278, June 2, 
1908; 2 c. May 27, 1908.) 

Strauss (J. C), St. Louis, Mo. [15688 
Carleton (Murray). (H 107981, 
Mar. 28, 1908 ; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Strauss & Pierce, St. Louis. Mo. 

[156S9-15691 
Tasgart (Thos.) A-C. (H 110538- 
110540. May 14, 1908.) 



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Strickland (John J.), Reading, Pa. 
[15692-15696 

Cross Keys bridge over Schuylkill 
river. 

P. & R. R. R. bridge across Schuyl- 
kill river near Tuckerton, Pa. 

Peocock's lock along Schuylkill 
river. 

Reading, Pa., Riverview driving club. 

Schuylkill river, view along near 
Reading, Pa. 

(H 111288-111292, June 2, 1908.) 

Strobridge lithographing co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. [15697-15705 

[Poster] 1908-C-75. (G 18155, 
Feb. 17, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 23, 1908.*) 

N. Y. 12732. (G 1S560, May 1, 

1908; 2 c. May 20, 1908.) 

N. Y. 12744. (G 18561, May 1, 

1908; 2 c. June 8, 1908.) 

N. Y. 12756, N. Y. 12757. (G 

18594, 18595, May 6, 1908 ; 2 c. of each 
May 18, 1908.) 

N. Y. 12750. (G 185S3, May 6, 

1908; 2 c. June 8, 1908.) 

1908-C-22. (G 18649, May 10, 

1908; 2 c. May 20, 1908.) 

N. Y. 127(54. N. Y. 12900. <; 

18644, 1S647, May 16, 1908; 2 c. of 
each June 8, 190S.) 

Sullenberger (Lum P.), Bellevue, 
Nebr. [15706 

Bellevue tornado. (H 111217, June 
1, 190S.) 

Swann (Horace C), New York, N. Y. 

[15707 
Big four peace. P Y H P. (F 
65338, May 13, 190S.) 

Sweet brothers, Minneapolis, Minn. 
[1570S, 15709 
Twin City series. O, P. (H 111192, 
111193, May 29, 190S.) 

Sylvester (Edward G.), Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. [15710 

After the bath. (H 110512, May 
14, 1908; 2 c. May 4, 190S.) 

Taber-Prang art co., Springfield, 
Mass. [15711-15728 

Age of innocence. 4747. 

Among the lowly. 4758. 

Autumn. 4763. 

Awaiting the attack. 4749. 

Battle scene. Arabs making a de- 
tour. 4756. 

Brother and sister. 4760. 

Brothers (The) Adrian and William 
Van de Velde. 4752. 



I Taber-Prang art co. — Continued. 
Cosy corner. 4762. 

Distant view of the Catskills. 4761. 

General and adjutant. On the 
shores of Antibes. 4751. 

Head of the pond. 4748. 

Holland cattle. 4759. 

Landscape. 4765. 

Landscape with sheep. 4755. 

Meditation. 4753. 

Return of the holy family from 
Egypt 4754. 

Sacrifice of Abraham. 4757. 
View on the Seine. 4764. 
(F 05622-65639, May 23, 1908 ; 2 c. of 
each, May 25, 190S.) 

Tammen (H. H.), Denver, Colo. 

[15729-15731 

Greetings from the Democratic na- 
tional convention. 

Just arrived. 

Xtra the daily Democrat xtra. 

(F 65513-65515, May 19, 190S.) 

Tarbell (John H.), Boston. M 

[15732 
Foster mother. (H 111349, June 4. 
1008.) 

Tennant (H. F.), East Hampton, 

Conn. [15733 

Minute men base ball team. East 

Hampton, Conn. (H 110693, May 18, 

190- 

Thompson (Gerald E.), Olean, N. Y. 

[15734, 15735 

Dreaming. — Where the Alleghany 

flows. (H 110S87, 110888,. May 22, 

190S; 2 c. of each May 15, 1908.) 

Thompson (Thomas Roberts), New 

Haven, Conn. [15736-15758 

Drinklets. 1-23. (F 65698-65720, 

May 26, 1908; 2 c. of each June 3, 

190S.) 

j Tolman (Fred S.), Brockton. Mass. 

[15759, 15760 

Harvard sirl. (F 65642, May 25, 
1908.) 

Yale girl. (F 65641, May 25, 1908.) 

Townsend (Chas. A.), Belfast. Me. 

[15761, 15762 
* Morning ride. 1-2. (H 111242, 
111243, June 1, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS. AND PEINT8 



241 



nos. 23-26, June, 1908 



Tribune co., Chicago, 111. 

[15763-15767 
Danny dreamer. (F 65509, May 19, 

1908.) 

(F 65726, May 27, 1908.) 

Mamma's angel child. (F 65508, 

May 19, 1908.) 

(F 65727, May 27, 1908.) 

Suyehiro (Miss Hiro.) (G 18656 

May 19, 1908.) 

Tridune pup. co., Dillon, Mont. 

[15768 
Montana (Cruiser), silver service. 
(F 65421, May 16, 1908.) 

Trimfey & co., Anderson, S. C. 

[15769 
Willie and the midget. (H 110790, 
May 20, 1908.) 

Tupper (H. W.), Cambridge, Mass. 

[15770, 15771 

Harvard. 1908 class. 

Harvard. 1911 class. (H 111035, 
111036, May 25, 1908; 2 c. of each. 
May 19, 1908.) 

Tureill & Miller. San Francisco. Cal. 
[15772-15777 

Atlantic fleet entering the Golden 
Gate. 

Atlantic squadron nearing the 
Golden Gate. 

Atlantic squadron entering the 
Golden Gate. 

Connecticut (U. S. F. S.), San Fran- 
cisco Bay, 39, 40. 

Evans (Admiral) naval parade. 

(H 110633-11063S, May 18, 1908.) 

Ullmax manufacturing co.. New 
York, N. Y. [1577S-15792 

Fisherman's luck. — Hearts. — Pilot. — 
Reflections. [4 prints] (F 65665- 
6566S, May 25. 190S.) 

End of the story. — Love letter. — 
Lullaby. — Saying grace. [4 photo- 
graphs] (H 110997-111000, May 25, 
1908.) 

Adrift. — Lucky moon. — St. Xicotinus. 
[3 prints] (F 66021-66023, June 8, 
1908.) 

In ambush. — Madonna.— Morning. — 
Night. [4 photographsl (H 111512- 
111515, June 8, 1908.) 

Underhill (Irving), Jersey City, X.J. 

'[15793 
Hudson terminal bldg., exterior 
view. E 385. (H 1115S6, June 9, 
1908.) 



Underwood & Underwood. New York, 

X. Y. [15794-15085 

[Stereoscopic photographs] U 99206, 

1 U 106979. U 106985, U 112938, U 

112938-2, U 112990. (H 110532- 

110537, May 14. 1908.) 

U 90026, U 104999, U 112705, U 

I 112716, U 113907. (H 110557-110561, 
May 15, 1908; 2 c. of each May 16, 
1908.) 

U 113923. U 113924, U 102442. 

(H 110589-110591, May 16, 1908.) 

U 96649, D 96651. U 96660, U 

96663, U 99405, U 99407, U 99409, U 

99410, U 99412, U 99415, U 99418, U 

I 99420, U 99440, U 99444, U 99761, 

I U 99763, U 99765, U 99768, U 99770, U 

99771. U 99774. U 99775, U 103642, U 

103647, U 103651, U 103653, U 104531, 

U 104734, U 104736, U 104737, U 

104740, U 104741, U 104772, D 104774, 

I U 104783, U 113898, U 113917, U 

1 113930, U 113932, U 113935. (H 

t 110641-110680, May 18, 1908.) 

U 92676, D 92961. U 93150, U 

93460. (H 110740-110743. May 19, 
; 1908.) 

U S00S7. D 104427, U 112937, 

I U 112951, D 113098, U 113714. (II 
110781-110786, May 20, *0OS.) 

U 92616. U 92689, U 92933, U 

93487, U 105907, U 105907-2, U 105997, 

U 106109, U 106161, D 106161-2, U 

I 106175, U 106191, D 106191-2, U 

l 107479. (H 110801-110S14. May 21, 

I 1908.) 

U 113S94, U 113S94-2, 113898- 

2. (H 110S71-110873, May 22, 1908.) 

U 86788, U 86S03, U S6813, U 

S6S35. U 105412, U 105491, U 105536, 
D 105575. U 1129S4, U 1129S5, U 
112995, U 113004. U 11300S, U 113011, 

I U 113016, U 113959. (H 110S93- 

; 110908, May 23, 1908.) 

U 56634, U 57956, D 5S530, U 

5S6S7, U 726S0, U 72901, U 73754, U 
; 74069, U 7S012, U 78427, U 86S22, U 
980S2, U 9S321, U 100576, U 101632, U 
102416. (H 110958-110973, May 25, 
1908.) 



U 10599' 



(H 111053, May 



.26, 1908; 2 c. June 2, 1908.) 

U 57507. U 58197. U 84572, U 

103S98, U 105607, U 112779, U 112858, 
U 112860, U 112S61, U 112862, U 
112S63, U 113127, U 113253, U 113931, 
U 113934, U 113940. (H 111081- 
111096, May 27, 1908.) 

U 103739, U 103944, U 107398, 

U 107530. (H 111143-111146, May 

28, 1908.) 



242 



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pt iv, n. s., v. 3 



Underwood & Underwood — Continued. 

U 69745, U 69766, U 69838, U i 

69864, U 69913, U 84514, U 113943. 
(H 111232-111238, June 1, 1908.) 

U 42482, U 42752, U 90339, 

U 113914, 113941. (H 111293-111297, 
June 2, 1908.) 

U 69038, U 70479, U 71267. (H j 

111318-111320, June 3, 1908.) 

U 113976. (H 111321, June 3, 

1908; 2 c. June 5, 1908.) 

U 92539. U 113981-113988. 

(H 111352-111360, June 4, 1908.) 

U 81505, U 81525, U 81531, U 

81534, U S1555, U 81557. U 81561, U 
81566, U 81571. U 81577, TJ 81582. U 
81586, U 81598, U 81601, U 8162.°,. U 
81639, U 81640, U 81667. U 81609, U 
81696, U 81709, U 81722, U 81724. V 
81728, U 81736, U 81737, U Si 773. D 
81791, U 81808, U 81810, TJ 81815, D 
114001. H 111378, 111380-111 n<> 
June 5, 1908. 

Washington. D. C. Library of Con- 
gress, grand staircase. 3. (H 110616, 
May 21, 1908.) 

United States lithograph co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. [15986 15998 

Busy l>;m Qupid alwavs did butt in 
at foot-ball grimes. 1117.°,. (F 65963, 
June 5. 1908.) 

Celebrating tbe victory. (H 111205, 
June 1, 1908.) 

Reception to Mr. Fresh, (IT 111204. 
June 1, 1908.) 

Bust portrait of girl. — Girl holding 
wine glass. — Girl in evening dross. — 
Girl in street costume. — Girl skating. 
T5 photographs. 1 (H 111504-111508. 
June S, 1908.) 

[ rosters 1 359, 11303. 11304. (G 
18820-18622, May 12. 1908.) 

11340. 11348. (G 18690, 18691, 

May 25. 1908.) 

Vaga (Zenon Wladyslaw), Chicago, 
111. [15999 

St. Agatha's school diploma. (F 
65S16, June 1. 1908.) 

Van Dyke (Alexander L.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [16000 
Oh! Leap year. (F 65260, May 11, 
190S: 2 c. Apr. 3, 1908.) 

Taughan & Keith, San Francisco, Cal. 

[16001 
Taft (Wm. H.) (H 111213, June 1, 
1908.) 

Veatch (William L.), Cedar Falls, 

Iowa. [16002, 16003 

Iowa state normal school, Cedar 



Falls, Iowa. Faculty 1908. A, B. (H 
110504, 110505, May 13, 1908.) 

Vitagraph co. of America, New York, 
N. Y. [16004-16021 

Bill, the bill poster. (H 110578, May 
16, 1908.) 

Braggart (The) (H 111179, May 
29, 1908.) 

Circumstantial evidence. (H 111509, 
June S, 1908.) 

East Lynne. (H 111203, June 1, 
1908.) 

Fool and his money are soon parted. 
(H 110902, May 22, 1908.) 

Gambler. (H 110465, May 12, 1908.) 

Gratitude. (H 111581, June 9, 1908.) 

He tr<>t soap in his eyes. (H 110737, 
May li>. 1908.) 

Husband's revenge. (H 110860. May 
■2-2. 1908.) 

Lover's ruse. (H 110579, May 16, 
1908.) 

Noble iester. (H 111580, June 9, 
1908.) 

< >dd pair of limbs. (H 110464. May 
12, 1908.) 

Orphan. (H 11073*;. May 19, 1908.) 

K..meo and Juliet. (H 111037. May 
26. 190.9.) 

Salt did it. (H 110861, May 22, 

1909.) 

Selfish man. (H 111592. June 9. 
1909.) 

Two traveling bags. (H 111190, 
May 29. 1909.) 

When Casev joined the lodge. (H 
111202. June 1. 1908.) 

VoflS (A. G.). Chicago. 111. 

r 16022-1' 
Bit of Florida. (H 104699. Jan. 2. 

1908.) 

Come in, the water's fine. (H 

104709, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

Crossed wire. (H 104704. Jan. 2, 

1909.) 

Marguerite. (H 104702. Jan. 2. 
1909.) 

Mv ladv chauffeur. (H 104703, 
Jan. 2. 1909.) 

Poor scholar. (H 104707. Jan. 2. 
1908.) 

Teasing. (H 104701. Jan. 2. 1909.) 

Three queens and a pair of .ia<"ks. 
(H 104700. Jan. 2. 1908.) 

Winter afternoon. (H 104709. Jan. 
2. 1908.) 

2 c. of each May 22. 1908. 



ENGRAVINGS, 
23-26, June, 1908 



CUTS, AND PRINTS 



243 



Vass (A. G.) — Continued. 

Day dreams. (F 61252, Jan. 2, 
1908.) 

Fancy free. (F 61251, Jan. 2, 1908.) 

Holland landscape. (F 61254, Jan. 
2, 1908.) 

Love message. (F 61253, Jan. 2, 
1908.) 

Venetian canal. (F 61250, Jan. 2. 
1908.) 

2 c. of each Apr. 30, 1908. 

Wales (R. E.), Oakland, Cal. 

[16036-16038 
Evans (Admiral) boarding flagship 
for the last time. (H 110564, May 15, 
1908.) 

Kansas (Battleship) under full 
speed. (H 110563, May 15, 190S.) 

Last stand of Admiral Evans on the 
bridge. (H 110562, May 15, 1908.) 

Walker brothers dry goods co., Salt 
Lake City, Utah. [16039 

Salt Lake City, bird'seye view. (F 
65613, May 23, 1908.) 

Waterman (C. E.), Chicago, 111. 

[16040-16049 

U. S. battleships: — Colorado, Kear- 
sarge, Nebraska, New Jersey, Pennsyl- 
vania, South Dakota, West Virginia, 
Wisconsin. (H 111114, 111117-111120, 
111122, May 27, 1908; 2 c. of each 
June 1, 1908.) 

U. S. Pacific fleet, first squadron. 
(H 111255, June 1, 1908.) 

first division. (H 111256, June 

1, 1908.) 

Waters (R. J.) & co., San Francisco, 
Cal. [16050-16055 

Atlantic fleet entering San Francisco 
harbor.— Fleet (The)— Golden Gate.— 
Naval parade, San Francisco. — San 
Francisco bay, 1, 2. (H 111495-111501, 
June 6, 1908.) 

Watson ( Matthew Mtjrdock ) , Everett, 

Mass. [16056 

I'm afraid to go home in the dark. 

(F 65555, May 20, 1908; 2 c. Mav 6, 

1908.) 

Weidner (Chas.), San Francisco, Cal. 

[16057 
Arrival of the Atlantic fleet at the 
Golden Gate. May 6, 1908. (H 110525, 
May 14, 1908.) 

Weil (Henry) & co., New York, N. Y. 
[16058-16060 
Daisy chain. (F 65512, May 19, 
1908.) 



Weil (Henry) & co. — Continued. 

Downy thistle. (F 65510, May 19, 
1908.) 

My country 'tis of thee. (F 65511, 
May 19, 1908.) 

Weitz (Nettie A. B.), New York, N. Y. 

[16061 
View from Hague dwellings. (F 
65374, May 15, 1908; 2 c. Mav 11, 
1908.) 

Wellman (Walter), New York, N. Y. 
[16062-16069 
Merrv widow wiles. 1-8. (F 65941- 
65948, June 4, 1908.) 

Welsh (James B.), Grove. City, Pa. 

[16070-16074 
Hill Side ladies dormatory. 2. (H 

110768, May 19, 1908.) 

4. (H. 110770, May 19, 1908.) 

Shenango, Scene on. 1. (H 110767, 

May 19, 1908.) 

3. (H 110769, May 19, 1908.) 

Westminster College, main building. 

5. (H 110771, May 19, 1908.) 
2 c. of each May 13, 1908. 

White (Arthur J.), Schenectady, 
N. Y. [16075, 16076 

Co. F, N. G. N. Y. (H 110585. May 
16,1908.) 

Schenectady high school senior class 
1908. (H 110870, May 22, 1908; 2 c. 
May 25, 1908.) 

White (H. C.) co., North Bennington, 
Vt. [16077-16085 

Atlantic fleet, San Francisco, Cal. 
8793, S799. (H 111516, 111522, June 8. 
190S.) 

Naval parade. San Francisco, Cal. 
S794-S79S. (H 111517-111521, June 8, 
1908.) 

Switzerland. 15243, 15255. (H 
110956, 110957, May 25, 1908.) 

White (Lloyd), Washington, D. C. 

[160S6-16089 
Apple blossoms. — Blossom. — Maiden- 
hood. 1, 2. [4 photos.] (H 110852- 
111855, May 21, 1908.) 

White co., New York, N. Y. [16090 
White (Walter C.) winning Fort 
George, N. Y., hill climb, Apr. 9, 1908. 
(H 111430, June 6, 1908; 2 c. June 1, 
1908.) 

Whitehead & Hoag co., Newark, N. J. 

[16091 
Telephone girl. (H 111241, June 1, 
1908.) 



244 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Whitmoee (Chas. M.), North Adams, 
Mass. [16092. 16093 

North Adams No. 1 (The) 1, 2. (H 
110520, 110521, May 14, 1908.) 

Wiggins (William Otis), Ava, 111. 

[16094 
Have been around the horn. (F 
65505, May 19, 1908.) 

Williams (Hazael C), St. Mary's, 

W. Va. [16095, 16096 

St. Marys, W. Va. 1, 2. (H 

110513, 110514, May 14, 190S; 2 c. of 

each May 11, 1908.) 



Jamaica Plain, 
[16097, 1609S 



2 c. 



Williams (O. D.), 
Mass. 

Not yet, but soon. 

What fell Bill. 

(F 65922, 65923, June 3, 1908 
of each May 25, 190S.) 

Wiseman (W. H.), Alton, 111. 

[16009-16101 

Battalion formation. K. M. S. (H 
111042, May 26, 1908.) 

Lake view K. M. S. H 111044, May 
26, 190S.) 

K. M. S. Boonville, Mo. (H 111043, 
May 26, 1908.) 

Wolff (Louis) and co., ltd., London. 
England. [16102, 16103 

Fold yard.— Winding stream. 

(F 6543S, 65439, May 18. 1908; 2 c. 
May 15, 1908.) 

Wood (Otis F.), New Brighton, N. Y. 

[16104-16123 

Bub, he's always to blame. (F 

65474, May 18, 1908. 
(F 65672, May 25, 1908.) 

(F 65861, June 1. 1908.) 

(F 6600S, June 6, 1'.m»v . 



Wood (Otis F.) — Continued. 

Mary and her little lamb. (F 
65475, May 18, 1908. 

(F 65674, May 25, 1908.) 

(F 65863, June 1, 1908.) 

(F 66010, June 6, 1908. I 

Sambo and his funny noises. (F 

65472, May IS, 1908.) 

(F 65670, May 25, 1908.) 

(F 65859, June 1, 190S.) 

(F 66006, June 6, 1908.) 

Simon Simple. (F 65476, May 18, 

1908.) 

(F 65673, May 25, 1908.) 

(F 65862, June 1, 1908.) 

(F 66009, June 6, 1908.) 

Wags, the dog that adopted a man. 

I I' <;r»473, May 18, 1908.) 

(F 65671, May 25, 1908.) 

(F 05860, June 1, 1908.) 

(F 66007, June 6, 1908.) 

Wright (Francis L.), St. Paul, Minn. 
[16124-1G12G 

Minnehaha Falls. 823, 824. (H 
111101, L11102, .May 27. 190S.) 

Mystic shrine. St. Paul. Minn. 34th 
annual session, ill 111351, June 4, 
190S.) 

Wi BTS BROTHERS, New York. X. Y. 

[16127-16132 
Washington, D. C, Metropolitan 
club. 1-5; New Union station. (H 
110626 110631, May 14, 1908.) 

Young .v Carl, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

[10133, 16134 
Gadskl (Madam) 1, 2. (H 111009, 
lllOld. May 26, 1908.) 

Young people's Christian temper- 
ance union, Chicago, 111. [16135 
Real issue. (G 1S643, May 16, 1908.) 



Summary statement of deposits, received and credited, included in the Cata- 
logue since January 1, 1908. 

Number of entries of Engravings, Cuts, and Prints, completed by deposit.- 5, 313 

Number of entries of Chomos and Lithographs, completed by deposit 1, 086 

Number of entries of Photographs completed by deposit 8,045 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 

Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with 
applications for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs 
intended to be perfected as works of the fine arts. Arranged in monthly alphabets by 
proprietors with subalphabets of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
the receipt of one copy is always omitted when the one copy has been received on the 
day of entry. The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read : " Copy- 
right by Edwin Austin Abbey, London, England. Class I, XXc, no. 25711, May 21, 
1908 ; 1 photograph received May 21, 1908." 



Abbey (Edwin Austin), London, Eng- 
land. [16136-16143 

Art. Mural decoration. Single fig- 
ure, in right hand mirror of truth, in 
left model of the Parthenon. (I 25711, 
May 21, 1908.) 

Law. Mural decoration. Single fig- 
ure, in right hand blunt sword of 
mercy, in left, scales. (I 25712, May 
21, 1908.) 

Religion. Mural decoration. Single 
figure with arms raised, on right an 
altar; on left, a torch. (I 25714, May 
21, 1908.) 

Science. Mural decoration. Single 
figure veiled. In right hand, the light- 
ning; in left, an owl. (I 25713, May 
21, 1908.) 

Science revealing the treasures of 
the earth. Mural decoration. Science 
accompanied by Fortune and Abun- 
dance points with her spear. (I 25709, 
May 21, 1908.) 

Spirit of light. Mural decoration. 
Derricks over oil wells, spirits bring 
light to the world. (I 25707, May 21, 
1908.) 

Spirit of religious liberty. Mural 
decoration. Spirit of religious liberty 
accompanied by Faith and Hope. (I 
25710, May 21, 1908.) 

Spirit of Vulcan. Mural decoration. 
Genius of the workers in iron and 
steel. (I 25708, May 21, 1908.) 

American lithographic co., New 
York, N. Y. [16144-16146 

Armful of kittens. Little girl par- 
tially clothed, carrying against her 
bosom three kittens. (I 25911, June 
6, 1908.) 

Daisies. Plot of daisies in the 
midst of which stands a little girl 
with blonde curls. (I 25912, June 6, 
1908.) 

Rover & his little friend. Little 
girl wearing hat, her arms around 
neck of dog. (I 25910, June 6, 1908.) 



American show print co., Milwaukee, 
Wis. [16147-16150 

Bunco in Arizona. Caught in the 
lasso after a hard fight. Poster draw- 
ing. (I 25679, May 15, 1908.) 

Clown girl and clown. Poster draw- 
ing. (I 25678, May 15, 1908.) 

It's all on the quiet. The dancing 
lesson. Poster drawing. (I 25677, 
May 15, 1908.) 

The interrupted operation. 

Poster drawing. (I 25676, Mav 15, 
1908.) 

Anargyros (S.), New York, N. Y. 

[16151, 16152 

Oriental girl. Half length figure 

of young woman of Spanish type, hair 

falling over her shoulders. (I 25S00, 

May 25, 190S.) 

Turkish cavalry officer. A madly 
dashing charger upon which is 
mounted an officer, probably a Turk. 
(I 25799, May 25, 1908.) 

Apollo silver co.. New York, N. Y. 

[16153 
First nature faker. A stork stand- 
ing in a body of water, holding a 
baby suspended by its clothes. (I 
25723, May 2, 1908.) 

Appiani & Fragueli, Barre. Vt. 

[16154, 16155 

Tablet sarcophagus, no. 16S. In 

center of front, Resurrection winged 

angel with trumpet in right hand. (I 

25734. May 22, 1908.) 

Tablet sarcophagus, no. 169. Carved 
scroll supports on each end winged 
angel. (I 25733, May 22, 1908.) 

Arthur (James), Detroit. Mich. 

[16156-16168 

American girl. Full figure of young 

woman standing by a table upon which 

is a jar of roses. (I 25774, May 23, 

190S.) 

245 



246 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Arthur (James) — Continued. 

Auto girl. Three-quarter figure of 
young woman in long red coat and 
veil. (I 25777, May 23, 1908.) 

Busy day. Full figure of a young 
woman, seated by window, with scis- 
sors in hand, ripping. (I 25773, May 
23, 1908.) 

Canoe girl. Three-quarter figure of 
young woman in sporting costume, 
standing by a canoe. (I 25778, May 
23, 1908.) 

Clarabell. Three-quarter figure of 
young woman, face wreathed in smiles, 
lace gown, black lynx furs and black 
bat. (1 25770, May 23, 3908.) 

Five o'clock tea. Three-quarter fig- 
ure of young woman standing bv a 
tea table. (I 25776, May 23, 190S.) 

Gossips. Three-quarter length fig- 
ure of young woman in colonial cos- 
tume seated at a tea table, parrot 
perched on back of her chair. (1 

25772, May 23, 1908.) 

Holly. Half figure of young woman 
in blue coat, chinchilla furs, with a 
large bunch of holly in her arms. (I 
25775, May 23, 1908.) 

Matinee girl. Full figure of young 
woman, dressed in rich dark gown, 
black hat and black lynx furs. (1 
25781, May 23, 1908.) 

Poinsetta. Head and shoulders of 
young woman in blue coat and chin- 
chilla fur, branch of poinsetta blos- 
soms across the chest. (1 257s2, May 
23, 1908.) 

Red tulips. Three-quarter figure of 
young woman in lace gown, with bunch 
of red tulips held up to face. (I 
257S0, May 23, 1908.) 

Violets. Head and shoulders of 
young woman with lace waist, huge 
bunch of violets pinned on corsage. (I ' 
25779, May 23, 1908.) 

Yachting girl. Three-quarter length 
figure young woman in white yachting 
dress, stiff breeze blowing. (I 25771, i 
May 23, 190S.) 

Avigdor (Rene), Paris, France. 

[16169 | 
Jeune paysanne; by Rene Avigdor. 
Red haired young peasant girl carry- 
ing on her back a bunch of foliage. 
(I 25653, May 12, 190S.) 

Barnes-Crosby co., Chicago, 111. 

[16170-16172 
L2926. L2939, L2940. (I 25840- 

25842, May 28, 1908.) 



Beale (Nell), San Francisco, Cal. 

[16173 
Isis. Model in low relief, figure of 
a woman in sitting posture. (I 25S85, 
June 5, 1908; 1 photo May 6, 1908.) 

Beck (Charles A.), New York, N. Y. 
[16174-16177 

Miss Liberty. Dawn. Female figure 
draped in the American flag, shooting a 
pistol. (I 25693, May 18, 1908.) 

Night. Female figure draped in 

the American flag, holding aloft 
showers, rockets and stars. (I 25694, 
May 18, 190S.) 

Noon. Female figure draped in 

the American flag, seated on a cannon 
which is being shot off. (I 25606, May 
18, 1908.) 

Sunset. Female figure draped 

1 in the American flag, standing among 
exploding fireworks waving a fla# (1 
25096, -May is, 1908.) 

l;i i i.anu.k (Ca.mii.li: I'.i.ixi. Paris. 

Prance [16178 

Sentier (Le) du bourg neuf; by 
Camille Felix Bellanger. Red-haired 
young giri pushikg ■ wheelbarrow 
Loaded with beans. 1 1 25667, May .12. 

1908.) 

d i.l i an), Paris, France. 

[16179-16181 

Abonnes (Les) ; by Jean Beraud. 

Couple about to enter their opera box 

at the Paris grand opera boose. (I 

26646, May 12. 1906.) 

Jeune (La) Hebe; by Jean Beraud. 
Hebe offering the cup to the eagle 
Jupiter. (I 25644, May 12. 190S.) 

Montinartre; by Jean Beraud. 
Frolic of Bohemians from Montmartre, 
actors and actresses, among them a 
painter and a violinist. (I 25646, May 
12, 1908.) 

Berg (Jean), Paris, France. 

[16182,16183 

Jeune famille (Zelande) Family 
scene in Zeland. Young mother in an 
armchair, about to nurse her child. 
(I 2564S, May 12, 1908.) 

Noce (Une) a l'auberge. Wedding 
ar a New Zeland inn. Bride seated 
in an armebair, bridegroom smoking 
a long pipe. (I 25647, May 12, 1908.) 



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Birney (W. Verplanck), New York, 
N. Y. [10184-10191 

After a hard day; by W. V. Birney. 
Interior of panelled room, grey-haired 
man smoking a long-stemmed pipe. (I 
25829, May 27, 1908.) 

Close of their first day; by W. V. 
Birney. Colonial interior, three fig- 
ures, two seated on a sofa before a fire- 
place, servant removing remains of 
dinner. (I 25828, May 27, 1908.) 

Flaw in the will; by W. V. Birney. 
Interior of lawyer's office, old man 
reading yellow parchment, young man 
watching the reading. (I 25830, May 
27, 1908.) 

Plea for consideration ; by W. V. Bir- 
ney. Colonial interior, two figures, girl 
seated on table, man leaning over table. 
(I 25827, May 27, 1908.) 

Professor. Man with grey hair, 
puffed white tie, stands behind table; 
holds open book in hands. (I 25929, 
June 8, 1908.) 

Special brew. Interior. Man in 
hunting costume, seated in large high- 
backed armchair, peeling a lemon into 
a white bowl, upon a four-legged stool. 
(I 25930, June 8, 1908.) 

Spider and the fly ; by W. V. Birney. 
Two men seated at opposite sides of 
table, both silently smoking. (I 25849, 
May 29, 1908.) 

World forgotten ; by W. V. Birney. 
Man standing leaning against old 
spinet, playing violin, woman with 
arms extended on spinet, looking at 
man. (I 25848, May 29, 1908.) 

Block brothers tob. co., Wheeling, 
W. Va. [16192 

Golf girl. Girl on horseback, hold- 
ing reins with left hand and riding 
stick in right hand. (I 25724, May 20, 
1908.) 

Boston sculpture co., Melrose, Mass. 

[16193 
Little Dutch maid. Standing erect 
with hands folded in front clasping a 
rose. (I 25783, May 25, 1908.) 

Boye (Abel), Levallois-Perret, France. 
[16194, 16195 

Dans les bois frais. Young woman 
disrobing by the water. Shoulders and 
bosom partly bare. (I 25654, May 12, 
1908.) 



Boye (Abel) — Continued. 

Songes epars: by Abel Boye. Young 
woman seated on a stone bench, her 
head on her left hand. (I 25655, May 
12, 1908.) 

Braun, Clement & co., Paris, France. 
[16196-16212 

Baby; by Eisman Semenowsky. 
Young girl wearing a bonnet and a 
white gown, leaving her arms bare. 
5804. (I 25806, May 27, 1908.) 

Bouquet blanc; by d' Enjolras. 
Young woman nude to bust, at a table 
with left arm on a pillow, in right 
hand some flowers. 5820. (I 25816, 
May 27, 1908.) 

Deux amis; by d' Otemar. Seated 
figure of a young woman, shoulders 
bare, in her arms she holds a kitten. 
5806. (I 25808, May 27, 1908.) 

Devoilee; by Enjolras. Nude figure 
of young woman, lying on couch, cov- 
ered with some gauze. 5821. (I 25817, 
May 27, 1908.) 

Estella ; by Serendat di Belzim. 
Nude figure of young woman seated on 
cloud, hair down her back, hands up- 
lifted. 5819. (I 25815, May 27, 1908.) 

Estella (detail) ; by Serendat di Bel- 
zim. Young woman, hair down the 
back, hands uplifted. 5816. (I 25S13, 
May 27, 1908.) 

Ete ; by Serendat de Belzim. Young 
woman dressed in light gown, arms up- 
lifted, touches some flower bushes, 
back against antique wall. 5805. (I 
25S07, May 27, 1908.) 

Etoile (L') ; by J. Enjolras. Nude 
bust figure of a young woman, hair 
down her back, in right hand some 
flowers. 5S12. (I 25811, May 27, 
190S.) 

Fiances (Les) ; by Cesar Detli, 
Court scene, procession coming down 
the stairs. Men and women in fancy 
costumes. 5808. (I 25809, May 27, 
190S.) 

Indiscret (L') ; by Alonso Perez. 
Shoemaker's shop. Young woman 
seated, man trying to fit her with 
shoes. 5802. ( I 25805, May 27, 1908. ) 

Intrus (L') ; by A. Bellet. Young 
woman in costume of ballet dancer 
seated on table, holds wine glass, man 
dressed as Arlequin whispers to her. 
5814. (I 25812, May 27, 1908.) 

Jeunesse ; by Serendat di Belzim. 
Young woman, shoulders bare, holding 
to breast loose gown and some flowers, 
looking at two doves. 5817. (I 25814, 
May 27, 1908.) 



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Braun, Clement & co. — Continued. 

Napoleon en campagne; by Ray- 
mond Desvarreux. Napoleon seated 
on a white horse, a roadway bordered 
by trees. (I 25908, June 6, 1908.) 

Poulet (Le) ; by Pizzella. Young 
woman dressed in fancy costume, hold- 
ing note, leaning on a stick. 5822. (I 

25818, May 27, 1908.) 

Salut au vieux brave; by Jules 
Monge. Parisian public park, soldier 
saluting an old crippled soldier. 5810. 
(I 25810, May 27, 1908.) 

Sirene; by Thayer. Beach scene, 
woman in loose gown with hair down 
her back, stands near surf. 5826. (I 
25820, May 27, 1908.) 

Sur les ailes du r£ve; by Consuelo 
Fould. Nude female figure lying on 
the wings of a huge bird. 5823. (I 

25819, May 27, 1908.) 

Brewer (Nicholas R.), New York. 
N. Y. [16213 

Johnson (His Excellency Gov. John 
A.) of Minnesota. Life size, three- 
quarter length portrait, seated figure. 
(I 25675, May 14, 1908.) 

Brown (J. G.), New York, N. Y. 

[16214-101211) 
Birds of a feather. Boot-black sit- 
ting on his box, holding his cap in 
his hand, girl sitting on a pine box, 
has newspapers in her lap. (I 25938, 
June 9, 1908.)' 

Buy a pup? Boot-black sitting on a 
box, holding a white pup. (I 25942, 
June 9, 1908.) 

Kiss your brother. Three boot- 
blacks sitting on their boxes, the cen- 
ter boy holding with both hands ;i 
young dog. (I 25940, June 9, 190S.) 

Lets make up? Boot-black taking 
hold of his dog's paw. (I 25939, June 
9, 1908.) 

Wants to shine. Boot-black holding 
his blacking box between his less with 
both hands. (I 25943, June 9, 1908.) 

You won't bite me ! Little boy sit- 
ting on a side walk, looking intently 
into the dog's eyes. (I 25941, June 9, I 
1908.) 

Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, Minn. 

[16220-16225 j 
Camille; by F. C. Manning. Three- 1 | 
quarter bust view with head turned to I 
the right, dark hat with veil drawn 
down and tied in front. (I 25917, 
June 6, 1908.) 



Brown & Bigelow — Continued. 

Hester. Bust, showing neck and 
i shoulders bare, face in profile, band 
around head, hair hanging. (I 25909, 
June 6, 1908.) 

Hortense; by F. Manning. Half 

length, sitting posture, large picture 

hat with plume. (I 25916, June 6, 

1908.) 

May me; by F. Manning. Bust, with 

I shoulders half turned, face looking full 

| front. Large dark hat with white 

plume. (I 25914, June 6, 1908.) 

Miriam ; by F. Manning. Bust fig- 
ure, large light hat with roses, loug 
ties tied under chin. (I 25915, June 6, 
1908.) 

si. Paul makes better. Showing 
capitol building in the center. (I 
25918, June 6, 190S.) 

Bubke ( Harry Newton), Los Angeles, 
Cal. [16226, 16227 

Concentration. Profile view of 
young lady holding before her a blank 
sheet of paper. < I 25:>r>s, June 9, 
1908.) 

Typical monkey trick. Monkey 
strenuously pulling the tail of a eat 
across ;i block <>t' wood. (I 25067, 
June !>. 1908.) 

Burr PUBLISHING i <».. New York. X. Y. 

[1022s 

Under the mistletoe. Young woman. 

front face, bead lilted to right, teeth 

Showing, roses in light curling hair. 

< 1 25669, .May 13, 1908.) 

Cabane (Kdouard), Paris, France. 

[16229, 16280 
Odette; by Edouard Cabane. Young 

girl seated in an armchair. Front 
view, Empire dress. Drawing room 
Style Louis XVI. (I 25649, May 12, 
1908.) 

Sommeil de l'Enfant Jesus: by Kd- 
ouard Cabane. Virgin seated on a 
stone step in front of an open door. 
She is looking at the Holy Child. (I 
25650, May 12, 11)08.) 

(avk (Jules), Paris, France. [16231 

Attente; by Jules Cave. Young 
Grecian woman seated on an antique 
fountain. (I 25G51, May 12, 19t)\ i 

Chocarne-Moreau, Paris, France. 

[1G232 

Apres roffice; by Chocarne-Moreau, 
Choir boys pitching pennies in the 
vestry of a church. (I 25652, May 12. 

1908.) 



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Church (Frederick Stuart), New 
York, N. Y. [16233-16235 

Flamingoes. Girl with red hair, 
amongst the reeds, one hand reaching 
towards two flamingoes. (I 25715, 
May 21, 1908.) 

Spring song. Head and shoulders 
of young girl, background of spring 
blossoms, listening to bird. (I 25716, 
May 21, 1908.) 

White swans. Young girl seated on 
a bank, four white swans near her. (I 
25717, May 21, 1908.) 

Claus ( Edwin ) , Detroit, Mich. [16236 
Cabin cruiser International. Motor 
boat, freeboard pierced with port 
lights. (I 25825, May 27, 1908.) 

Coffin (W. Haskell), New York, 
N. Y. [16237-16246 

Bohemia ; by W. H. Coffin. Young 
woman with small features, holding a 
lighted cigarette. (I 25741, May 22, 
1908.) 

Final touch; by W. H. Coffin. Fine 
looking woman, wearing a large black 
hat, she holds a Vanity bag. (I 
25739, May 22, 1908.) 

Girl from the golden West : by 
W. H. Coffin. Figure of a frank pleas- 
ing girl, wearing a soft hat. (I 
25736, May 22, 1908.) 

Her first love letter ; by W. H. Cof- 
fin. Younc; woman holding a letter. 
(I 25740, May 22, 1908.) 

June roses: by W. H. Coffin. Pro- 
file of dark haired woman, to whom 
the name of Rose is fitting. (I 25745, 
May 22, 1908.) 

Miss Knickerbocker; by W. H. Cof- 
fin. Young woman in a dark walking 
suit. (I 25738, May 22, 1908.) 

News from the sunny South; by 
W. H. Coffin. Southern girl in even- 
ing gown eagerly reading the latest 
news from home. (I 25743, May 22, 
1908.) 

Pride of the Orient ; by W. H. Coffin. 
Beautiful young woman in the act of 
fastening a rose in her hair. (I 25742, 
May 22, 1908.) 

Senorita; by W. H. Coffin. Beauti- 
ful woman, with a shawl of Spanish 
lace draped over her head. (I 25737, 
May 22, 190S.) 

Sweet sixteen; by W. H. Coffin. 
Winsome young girl seated, with her 
hands in her lap. (I 25744, May 22, 
1908.) 



Colin-Libour (Mme.), Paris, France. 

[16247 

Attente (L'). Fisherman's wife and 

her children awaiting the return of the 

father of the family. (I 25641, May 

12,1908.) 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New York, N. Y. 
[16248-16254 
Atlas holding up the sky; by Max- 
field Parrish. Giant enveloped in va- 
pory mass of clouds, supporting on his 
shoulders heavy burden of clouds. (I 
25674, May 14, 1908.) 

Beauty and the beast; by Jessie 
Willcox Smith. Little girl drinking 
tea, directly opposite across the table 
is a toy monkey. (I 25804, May 26, 
1908.) 

Caught. Sportsman about to land a 

trout. He is standing out in the 

stream. (I 25720, May 21, 1908.) 

Finishing touches. Pretty woman 

! seated on a stool before a large oval 

mirror, adjusting some flowers in her 

I hair. (I 25880, June 3, 1908.) 

Flower vender. A flower vender 
calling his wares, in his left arm are 
two flower pots. (I 25803, May 26, 
! 1908.) 

Vaudeville: by Maxfield Parrish. 

I Big man in vividly checked suit bend- 

I ing over a short man in blue coat and 

; green trousers. (I 25S79, June 3, 

1908.) 

Very rainbow showers have turned 

I to blossoms where they fell and sown 

I the earth with flowers. Young girl 

walking along with her dress full of 

brilliantly hued flowers. (I 25670, 

May 13, 190S.) 

Cook (W. F.) granite co., Springfield, 
Mass. [16255 

Rice no. 2S31 (monument) Tablet 
of stone resting upon a base of the 
same material. On both faces of tab- 
let to appear name. (I 25921, June 6, 
3908.) 

Cool (Gabriel), Paris, France. 

[16256 
Avant le bain; by Gabriel Cool. A 
nude young woman reclining on a bed. 
Supports her head by resting her el- 
bow on a pillow. (I 25640, May 12, 
190S.) 

Courselles-Dumont (Henri), Paris, 
France. [16257 

Sur la route; by Henri Courselles- 
Dumont. Nobleman riding along river, 
beside him peasant girl mounted on 
donkey. (I 25656, May 12, 190S.) 



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Ceane (J. W.), New York, N. Y. 

[16258-16260 

Father's away on the sea. Interior 
Dutch room, woman busy sewing, at { 
left of woman baby sitting in chair. 
(I 25886, June 5, 1908.) 

Shepherdess and her flock — Holland. 
Fall landscape, shepherdess seated, 
knitting. (I 25888, June 5, 1908.) 



Spring flood in Holland. Dutch 
landscape, a creek, two boats in which 
are two men. (I 25887, June 5, 1908.) 

Crawford (Earl Stetson), New York, 
N. Y. [16261 

Moth (The). Young woman's pro- 
file and bust to below waist. Holding 
a moth on index finger. (I 25704, 
May 21, 1908.) 

Crawshaw (Luke), Ogden City, Utah. 

[16262 
Monument with fountain. Round 
fountain bowl, cross piece resting in 
bowl. (I 25692, May IS 1908. i 

Crowell publishing co., Springfield. 
Ohio. [16263 

Goddess of Liberty: by James .Mont- 
gomery Flagg. I load ;iik1 shoulders of 
a young woman, draped with stars and 
stripes. (I 25S77. June :'>, 1908.) 

Cubran (C. C), New York, N. Y. 

[16264 

Purity. Profile and half figure of 
younc: woman looking at Easter lily. 
(I 25850, May 29, 1908.) 

Daprato statuary co., Chicago, 111. 

[16265 
Altar in Roman style of architec- 
ture. Underneath the altar table is 
shown an emblem of St. Francis of 
Assissi including a cross. (I 25790, 
May 25, 190S.) 

David (Emanuel), New York, N. Y. 

[16266 

King David after slaying Goliath. 

King David sword in hand, head of 

Goliath at the side. (I 25732, May 

22, 1908.) 

Debat-Ponsan, Paris, France. 

[16267, 1626S 
A la source; by Debat-Ponsan. 
Woman washing clothes at a spring, 
looking at a woman pushing a wheel- 
barrow. (I 25643, May 12, 1908.) 

Rives ombreuses; by Debat-Ponsan. 
Woman and four cows coming down 
a shady, sloping ground. (I 25642, 
May 12, 1908.) 



Duncan's (John) sons, New York, 
N. Y. [16269 

Pleasant evening. A table at which 
are a gentleman and lady seated op- 
posite each other. (I 25922, June 6, 
1908.) 

Federal cigar co., New York, N. Y. 

[16270-16273 
Old Virginia gentleman. Man wear- 
I ing a soft felt hat, a mustache, a 
I goatee, and a black tie. (I 21 
, May 25, 190S.) 

Old Virginia girl. Beautiful young 
girl, her hair dressed low, a single 
i curl falls upon her bosom at either 
l side. (I 25797, May 25, 1908.) 

Old Virginia mammy. Colored 
woman, almost black, having a sniil- 
iiii: expression, and wearing a cloth 
wrapped around her head. (I 25796, 
May 25, 1908.) 

Old Virginia preacher. Negro at- 
tired in black and having white side 
whiskers. (I 25798, May 25, 1908.) 

Feist (Julien), Tacoma. Wash. 

[10274. 16275 

Mount Rainier from American lake; 

l»y J. Foist. Sunlight effect, mountain 

highly colored in bluish violet, trees 

reflected in the water. (I 25858, June 

! 1. 1908, i 

Warships at night ; by J. Feist. 
Ship on the righl in profile, the other 
front view and several smaller in the 
distance. searchlights working in 
every direction. (I 25S59, June 1, 
1908.) 



Ferguson (George Washington), 
Plymouth, Wis. [16276 

Three lonely kids: by G. YV. Fergu- 
son. Three hornless, white angora 
L'oat kids with wavy hair. (I 25878, 
. June ::. 1908.) 

Feuris (J. L. G.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[16277-16281 
Close of day. Young woman play- 
Ing a harp, old man seated, a dog at 
his feet. (I 25931, June S, 1908. | 

Columbus fleet. Three vessels the 
Santa Maria in foreground, sails illu- 
minated by setting sun. (I 25933, 
June S. 1908.) 

Easter morning at Christ church. 
Second street. Fhila. in 1794, a coach 
and horses, Washington and Martha 
W. in center. (I 25934, June 8. 190S.) 

Evangeling. A figure carrying 
pitcher through the fields, setting sun 
behind. (I 25932, June 8, 1908.) 



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Febbis (J. L. G.) — Continued. 

Lincoln as a rail splitter. Red 
handkerchief around the neck, gray 
shirt and brown trousers. (I 25789, 
May 25, 1908.) 

Flagg (Charles Noel), Hartford, 
Conn. [16282 

Clemens (Samuel J.) Mark Twain. 
Seated in an armchair of old fashioned 
design. (I 25699, May 19, 1908.) 

Forbes (Bleecker), Pensacola, Fla. 

[16283 

Lane's Jingo, Mack and Mirza ; by 

Edward H. Osthaus. Three dogs, two 

pointers and one setter. (I 25801, 

May 25, 1908: 1 photo May 1, 1908.) 

Gilbert (Cass), New York, N. Y. 

[16284, 162S5 

University of Minnesota. General 
plan for future development of grounds 
and buildings. (I 25725, May 12. 1908. ) 

University of Minnesota. Perspec- 
tive and section. (I 25726, May 12, 
1908.) 

Grffe (Will). New York. N. Y. 

[1628&-16289 

Engagement ring. Man and girl 
seated at table, man holding ring. ( T 
25690, May IS, 190S.) 

Game of hearts. Man and girl, man 
embracing and kissing girl. (I 25687, 
May IS, 1908.) 

His fortune. Man and girl seated 
at table. Man looking into tea cup 
which girl is holding. (I 25689, May 
18, 190S.) 

Little rift within the lute. Man and 
girl sitting back to back at table. (I 
256SS, May IS. 190S.) 

Gund (Johx) brewixg co.. La Crosse, 
Wis. [16290 

Which wins? A forest at winter 
with snow on the ground, lumberman 
chopping a tree, bear standing on hind 
legs, looking at him. (I 25S47. Mav 
29, 1908.) 

Gutmann & Gutmann, New York. 
N. Y. [16291, 16292 

Coming events cast their shadow be- 
fore. A man, holds in his left hand a 
doctor's valise, an umbrella in his 
right, the shadow of the figure form- 
ing a stork. (I 25S66, June 2, 1908.) 

Not such geese. Country road, girl 
frightened bv flock of geese, which fol- 
low her. (I 25867, June 2, 1908.) 

46903—08 3 



Hanfstaengl (Franz), Munich, Ger- 
many. [16293-16298 

Arrival of Julius Caesar; by J. Has- 
i sail. Caesar, standing on deck of a 
:. surrounded by Roman warriors. 
(I 25834, May 28, 1908.) 

Defeat of the Spanish Armada ; by 

J. HassaH. Spanish fleet sent out to 

conquer England, English attacking 

j the enemy in small boats. (I 25S33, 

May 28, 1908.) 

German cruisers in the Atlantic; by 
K. Saltsanann. Two German men of 
war. under full steam. (I 25S37, Mav 
28, 1908.) 

Gulf of Naples; by K. Boehme. Two' 
boats in a distance from the shore, 
mountains in the background. (I 
25832, May 28, 1908.) 

In the birchwoods : by A. Muenzer. 
Scene in the woods, young woman 
leaning against a tree. < I 25836, May 
28, 1908.) 

Solitude; by P. Hetze. A monk, bis 
bead bent forward, in his left hand a 
manuscript (I 25S35, May 28, 1908.) 

Hansen (Albert). Seattle. Wash. 

[16299 

Ornamental key. Golden key with 
space for inscription surrounded by 
carved trreen gold border. (I 25822, 
May 27. 1908.) 

Havendee (Joseph), New York. N. Y. 

[16300 

Monument made from Barre. Yt.. 
granite: by J. Havender. The two 
bands in upper part shows the father 
and mother's bauds, holding the liuks, 
with one link broken. (I 25S31. Mav 
27. 1908.) 

Hayward (S. W.), New York. N. Y. 

[16301 

Early home of Abraham Lincoln, 

Elizabetbtown. Ky. Rough log cabin 

to left, landscape to right. (I 256S2, 

May 15. 190S. t 

Henneck (C.) co., Milwaukee. Wis. 
[16302-16321 

Cariatides. Statue of a standing 
I female figure partly nude, both arms 
' are held upwards, each hand holding 
. a candalabrum. (I 25S93. June 5, 
; 190S.) 



Chant (Le). Statue of a woman 
standing on a vase, both hands are 
held forward holding a book. (I 
25906, June 5, 190S. ) 

Confidence. Statue of two cupids, 
, figure to the right holds a torch and 
I is whispering secrets to the figure to 
1 the left. (I 25897, June 5, 1908.) 



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Henneck (C.) co. — Continued. 

Coquette. Statue of a draped stand- 
ing female figure, both arms which 
are bare, are field overhead. (I 25905, 
June 5, 1908.) 

Curieuse. Statue showing part of a 
wall of a fiouse, a little girl holding 
the window partly open. (I 25S94, 
June 5, 1908.) 

Danseuse aux flambeaux. Statue of 
a draped female figure standing on a 
base in the act of dancing with 
'torches. (I 25892, June 5, 190S.) 

Echo. Statue of a standing female 
figure, partly nude, right hand touch- 
ing ear. (I 25899, June 5, 1908.) 

Fenune aux champs. Statue of a 
draped, standing female figure, right 
arm holds a jug. left hand holds a 
basket. (I 25S89, June 5, 1908.) 

F£te du fleur. Statue showing the 

partly draped figures of a boy and girl, 
boy holds his right arm upwards. (I 

25902, June 5, 1908.) 

Hero. Statue, standing partly draped 
female figure, vase is held in each 
hand. (I 25901, June 5, 1908.) 

inspiration. Sfiitue of a female flg- 
ure standing on a base playing a lyre. 
<I 25891, June 5, 1908.) 

Jouer de guitare. Statue of a man 
•standing on a vase, playing a guitar. 

-(I 25907, June 5, 190S.) 

Lumiere. Statue of a woman stand- 
ling, left arm is held outstretched, 

right arm held over head, supporting a 
tray. (1 25890, June 5. 1908.) 

Lumiere. statue representing a 

nude figure of a boy, climbing a lamp 
post. (I 25895, June 5, 1908.) 

Orage (L'). Statue showing the fig- 
ures of two girls, both figures are with- 
out hats, and legs are bare. (I 25^04, 
June 5, 190S.) 

Semeur. Statue of a figure of a 
man throwing seed. (I 25900. June 5, 
1908.) 

Sifiieur. Statue of a boy whistling. 
his hands in his trouser pockets. (I 

25903, June 5, 1908.) 

Soap bubbles. Statue of boy hold- 
ing a tube in his left hand to his 
mouth and blowing soap suds through 
it. (125890, June 5, 1908.) 

Sortie d'ecole. Statue representing 
entrance of a school, three children are 
coming out of the door. (I 25898, June 
5,1908.) 



! Humphreys (John Douglas), Lincoln, 

Nebr. [1G321 

Collection of Nebraska corn grouped 

: in the form of a wreath. (I 25S51, 

June 1, 1908.) 

Imperial lithographing co.. Milwau- 
kee. Wis. [16322 
Certificate of marriage. Panel or 
frame with text appropriate to certifi- 
cation of marriage. (I 25784, May 25, 
190S: photo May 11, 1908.) 

International art pub. co., New York, 
N.Y. P< 1323-1 G335 

All Saints. Calendar of November 
to right of picture, three figures and a 
saint praying, on the left. (I 25955, 
| June 9. 1908.) 

Annunciation. Calendar of March 
to the rigid of picture, tbe virgin in 
prayer and angel appearing. (I 25947, 
June <>, litos.i 

Christmas. Calendar of December 
to right of picture, virgin and Child 
with the Wise men to the left. (I 
25956, June 9, 1908.) 

Easier. Calendar of April to right 
of picture angel rejoicing, to the left. 
< 1 25948, June 9, 1908.) 

Epiphany. Calendar of January to 
right of picture, on left three Wise 
men. the madonna and Child, with 
angel in background, t 1 25946, June 
p. 1908.) 

Presentation. Madonna and Child 
in centre with quotations from the 
Bible on either side. (I 25944, June 9, 
1908.) 

Purification. Calendar of February 
1<> righl of picture, madonna, standing, 
to the right. (I 25946, June 9, 190S.) 

St. Bartholomew. Calendar of Au- 
gust to right of picture, full figure of 
St. Bartholomew in meditation, to the 
left. (I 25952, June 9, 1908.) 

St. James. Calendar of July to the 
right of picture, two full figures, St. 
James about t<» be beheaded, to the 
left. i I 25951. June 9, 1908.) 

St. John. Calendar of June to right 
of picture. St. John praying, wolf 
behind him, to the left. (I 25950, 
June 9, 1908.) 

St. Luke. Calendar of October to 
right of picture, full figure of a saint 
writing in a book. (I 25954, June 9, 
190S.) 

St. Michael. Calendar of Septem- 
ber to right of picture, full figure of 
St. Michael with halo over head, to 
the left. (I 25953, June 9, 1908.) 



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International art pub. co. — Cont'd. 

Whit Sunday. Calendar of May to 
right of picture, the apostles in prayer, 
to the left. (I 25949, June 9, 1908.) 
Eilmabtin (Patrick), Chicago, 111. 

r 16336 

Erin's hope. Erin, female with 

sword in right hand and national flag 

in left. (1 25684, May 16, 1908.) 

Larrimer (William H. H.), Kansas 

City, Mo. [16337 

First house in Denver. Cahin made 
of logs, chimney at one end, small 
window at the other, door midway one 
of its sides. (I 25791, May 25, 1908.) 
Lewis (S.), Venice, Cal. [16338 

Pursuit of pleasure. Scene outside 
the gates of Rome, on the circular 
steps of Roman bath are four figures, 
a chariot in centre of picture. (I 
25746. May 23, 190S : 1 photo May 19. 
1908.) 

Life publishing co., New York, N. Y. 
[16339-16344 

Any luck, sir? Country scene with 
a rustic bridge on which stands a boy 
fishing. Under the bridge, young man 
and woman. (I 25703, May 19, 1908. 1 

But ne'er the rose without the thorn ; 
by I. B. Hazelton. Man and woman 
in old fashioned costumes standing 
under a tree, with their arms about 
each other. (I 25844, May 28, 1908.) 

Cultivating the waist places; G. W. 
Barratt. Barren country road, a man 
with a woman at each side of him, his 
arms around their waists. (I 25843. 
May 28, 190S.) 

Higher bid but too late; by Orson 
Lowell. Two piles of money, on one 
sits a young American girl, wearing a 
ducal coronet, leaning against the 
money is a nobleman. (I 25935. June 
8, 190S.) 

Right of way ; by Gordon Praut. 
Railroad track near a switch station, a 
pair of lovers oblivious of an ap- 
proaching train are walking hand in 
hand. (I 25SS1, June 3, 1908.) 

Who touches a hair of your gray 
head, dies like a dog! Maxell on, he 
said: by Win. H. Walker. Street 
scene with regiment marching along 
led by Pres. Roosevelt. (I 25792, 
May 19, 190S.) 

Manzi, Joyant & co., Paris, France. 

[16345 
Chant (Le) du depart; by Edouard 
Detaille. French army, three cannon 
in foreground, in centre, a Victory, on 
winged horse. (I 256S1, May 15, 
1908.) 



Mazzolini (Antonio), Clevc' md, 
Ohio. [16346 

Cherry boy seated. Boy seated, 
holding a basket of cherries on his 
arm. holding cherries to his mouth. 
(I 25686, May 18, 1908.) 

Melchers (Gari), New York, N. Y. 

[16347 

Green (Gen. Xathanial). Full length 

portrait, standing with right hand 

resting on a map. (I 25883, June 5, 

1908. ) 

Meliodon (J. A.), New York, N. Y. 

[16348 
Monument to memory of labor 
men's friend. Three-step pylone. A 
shield and attributes. A child offers 
a palm to a man on the top of the 
pylone. (I 25706, May 21, 1908.) 

Miyi.r (Enno), Cincinnati, Ohio. 

[16349, 16350 

Boston-terriers. Two brindle and 
white Boston-terriers standing facing 
each other. (I 25920, June 6, 1908.) 

Bull-terriers. Two white bull-ter- 
riers standing in a park drive- way. 
(I 25919, June 6, 1908.) 

Miller (Frank D.). Kokomo, Ind. 

[16351 
Three children of Frank D. Miller 
reclining on divan or settee. Portrait 
group. (I 25722. May 21, 1908.) 

Moran (Thomas), New York, N. Y. 

[16352 

Rocky mountain solitude. Scene in 

Rocky mountains, mountain stream 

rushing over and around numerous 

boulders. (I 25S84, June 5, 190S.) 

Morris (Paul Winter). New York, 
N. Y. [16353 

Line officer U. S. A. about 1S65 with 
field glasses and map, standing weight 
equal on both feet. (I 25719, May 
21, 190S.) 

Morris & co., Chicago, 111. [16354 

Indian summer: by Frank Whitney. 

Herd of polled Angus steers standing 

in the river. (I 25S57, June 1, 1908.) 

Moyles (Peter P.), Batavia, N. Y. 

[16355 

Happy birthday. Three calling cards 

in center of postal with the words A 

happy birthday on outside card. (I 

25700, May 19, 1908.) 

Muller (L. G.), Chicago, 111. [16356 
Lincoln (Abraham) relief portrait. 
Profile of right side of face including 
head and neck only. (I 25S54, June 
1, 1908: 1 photo June 10, 1908.) 



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Murphy (H. D.), Winchester, Mass. 

[16357 
Vine and leaf picture frame. Motif 
of running, waved, conventional vine 
and leaves, interrupted at the middle 
of each side member by rosettes. (I 
26012, Apr. 4, 1908.) 

Nardi (J.) co., Boston, Mass. [16358 
Chief (The) Plaster cast of* Ameri- 
can Indian, arms crossed just below 
breast, head held high. (I 25683, May 
15, 1908.) 

Nast (Sarah), Morristown, X. J. 

[16359 
Lincoln entering Richmond. Lin- 
coln central figure of foreground, sur- 
rounded by admiring colored people. 
(I 25824, May 27, 1908.) 

Nottace (F. M.), Oakland, Cal. 

[16360 
Emerson (Ralph Waldo) portrait 
bas-relief, rn the center of an oblong 
plaque willi irregular edge, the name 
Emerson in sunken letters, i 1 256S5, 
May 18, 1908.) 

Osthaus (Edw. II.), Toledo, Ohio. 

[16361-16364 

Flushed wild; by E. II. Osthaus. \ 
pointer and a setter in woods, their po- 
sitions would indicate thai the grouse 
has seen and flushed wild. < I 25727, 
May 22, 1908.) 

My comrades; by E. H. Osthaus. 
Three setters on point on game, ii 
25729. May 22, 1908.) 

Ruffed grouse in the AxUrondacks; 
by E. II. Osthaus. Two setters point- 
ing ruffed grouse, across small brook. 
(I 257LN. May 22, 1908.) 

What is it? by E. H. Osthaus. A 
mother with her puppies on bank of B 
pool of water. (I 25730, May 22, 1908. t 

Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

[16365 
Mother and child. Young mother 
holding in her arms a child, i I 25701, 
May 19. 190S.) 

Pajean (Joseph) & son. Chicago. 111. 

[16360 
Design for monument. Base with 
wash, fillet and secondary wash. die. 
slightlv battering with panel in con- 
formation. (I 25673. May 14. 1908: 
1 photo May 28, 1908.) 

Parker (H. Hanley), Philadelphia, 
Pa. [16367 

Winged figure with Trinity symbol. 
Draped and winged female figure, hold- 
ing the symbol of the Trinity. 1 1 
25658, May 12, 1908.) 



Pennucci (Andrea), Boston, Mass. 

[16368, 16369 

Cross and circle. Marble carving of 
a cross which surmounts a circle, cir- 
cle beaded with passion flowers. (I 
25671, May 14, 1908.) 

St. Antonio da Padua. Male figure 
dad in surplice with large sleeves, car- 
rying child and book. (I 25672, May 
14. 1908.) 

Photogbaphische oeseixschatt, Ber- 
lin. Germany. [16370 v 
Accompagnee iL') : by George Bus- 
son. Leading huntsman sounding norm. 
The hunters ladies and gentlemen on 
horseback. < I 25875, June 3, 1908.) 

Ilallali 1 1/ 1 par terre; by George 
Busson. Group <>f buglers sounding 
their bugles ever dead slag, hounds in 
centre of the picture. (1 25873, June 
3, 1908.) 

Limer-Hallali-retraite, triptych; by 
Paul Ta vernier. Lett side: Huntsman 
scenting with one hound. (I 25869, 
June 3, L908.) 

Pointer field work; by Maud Karl. 
A pointer standing in a heath and 
pointing. (I 25870, June 3, 1908.) 

Etendez-vous ; by George Busson. 
Whip in foreground rounding up his 

hounds before a group of hunters. (I 
25876, June 3, 1908.) 

Retriever; Driving: by Maud Earl. 
Retriever running at full speed with 
ptarmigan in his mouth. (I LT'^Tl. 
June :;. liM»s.> 

Setter; Moof Work: by Maud Earl. 
Setter scent— on a hillside. (I 25872, 
June 3, 1908.) 

Sortie de l'eau: by George Busson. 
Stag lo the left with hounds on his 
heels, i I 25874, June 3. 190S.) 

Pond (Mas. E. Parrott), Seattle, 
Wash. [16378 

Olympic Range from Seattle: hy 
E. P. Pond. Pink glow of the sunrise 
:- reflected in the water of Elliott 
bay. (I 25868, June 2, 190S.) 

Putnam i Arthur), San Francisco, 

Cal. [1037:>. 

Squirrel. Pausing to listen for a 
moment, head and shoulders turned to 
the left. (I 25787. May 25. IS 

Wild eat. In a meditative mood, 
head turned to the left and looking 
down in front of him. (I 25788, May 
2.\ 1908.) 



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nos. 23-26, June, 1908 



Range land pub. co., Sheridan, Wyo. 
[16381-16390 

Bronco kid. Western expert rider 
in effort to remain in his saddle while 
his horse is bucking. (I 25666, May 
12, 1908.) 

Calf roper. Horseman catching a 
calf from a herd of cattle by use of his 
lariette. (I 25661, May 12, 1908.) 

Hello, Mr. Coyotte. Two horsemen 
catching a coyotte with a rope. (I 
25659, May 12, 1908.) 

Prairie duel. Two bulls fighting out 
in the open plains. (I 25660, May 12, 
1908.) 

Ranahan. Typical expert ranch- 
hand of the daredevil style. (I 25664, 
May 12, 1908.) 

Range land girl. Typical western 
horsewoman as she rides over the bar- 
ren plain. (I 25668, May 12, 1908.) 

Saddling up. Some men and horses 
of the western type, one of the horses 
trying to get away. (I 25662, May 12, 
1908.) 

Roll your tails. Western cattle man 
racing with cattle in effort to turn 
their route. (I 25665, May 12, 1908.) 

Sheep herder. Typical western 
sheep herder accompanied by his dog 
and his horse. (I 25663, May 12, 
1908.) 

Upset bedroom. Some western 
horsemen chasing a wild broncho 
which is stampeding with their camp 
outfit. (I 25667, May 12, 1908.) 

Raul (Harry Lewis), Easton, Pa. 

[16391 
Vision (The) Standing figure of a 
woman resting with arms folded upon 
a staff. (I 25821, May 27, 1908.) 

Remington arms co., New York, N. Y. 

[16392 

Red-head ducks. Flight of red-head 

ducks, and a number coming down to 

the decoys which are in the water. (I 

25846, May 29, 1908.) 

Rhind (J. Massey), New York, N. Y. 

[16393 
Carnegie (Andrew) portrait bust in 
his robes as rector of St. Andrews. (I 
25691, May 18, 1908.) 

Saenger (Charles J.), Hoboken, N.J. 

[16394 

Shad fishermen's cottage. Group of 

cottages, in the distance. Heights of 

West Hoboken. To the right are six 

boats. (I 25721, May 21, 1908.) 



Saunders (Hearlan King), Old Trail, 
So. Dak. [16395 

Whittier (John Greenleaf). Por- 
I trait. (I 25731, May 22, 1908.) 

i Scribner's (Charles) sons, New 
York, N. Y. [16396, 16397 

Fair driver; by Harrison Fisher. 
I Girl at wheel of automobile, full face, 
wearing large dark hat. (I 25865, 
| June 2, 1908.) 

Motor girl; by Harrison Fisher. 
; Girl leaning elbows on table, head in 
i profile, sailor hat. (I 25864, June 2, 
I 1908.) 

; Seabrook (Bagster R.), Los Angeles, 
Cal. [16398 

Study (A) ; by B. R. Seabrook. 
Globe of the world with the Western 
Hemisphere, a dragon with open 
mouth and tongue protruding at the 
northwesterly part. (I 25826, Mav 
20, 1908.) 



Seattle brewing a 
Seattle, Wash. 



MALTING CO.. 

[16399 



Autumn girl. Bust of girl with low 
cut bodice, full face, surrounded with 
leaves. (I 25680, May 15, 1908.) 

Spiel vogel (E.), New York. N. Y. 

[16400-16421 

Am Marknsplatz (At the place St. 
Marc. Venice) ; by L. R. Eichhorn. 
Young woman standing at place San 
Marc in Venice, feeding pigeons. (I 
25768, May 23, 190S.) 

Bajadere; by Ernst Payer. Bust 
of young woman, dark hair, decorated 
with flowers. (I 25765, May 23, 190S.) 

Canoletto ; by F. v. Putcani. Very 
small canal in Venice, high buildings 
on both sides, a gondola passing 
through. (I 25763, May 23, 1908.) 

Friihling (Springtime) ; by Adolph 
Kaufmann. Lake, trees to the left 
and a few houses, a woman and small 
boy walking. (I 25749. May 23, 190S.) 

Friihling (Springtime) ; by Ernst 
Payer. Bust of young woman, flowers 
in her hair, light draped around her 
bust. (I 25759, May 23, 1908.) 

Hansel und Gretel; by Ernst Payer. 
Youns girl and boy lost in the woods. 
(I 25758, May 23, 190S.) 

Herbst (Autumn ) : by Adolph Kauf- 
mann. Lake to the left, trees and 
small houses to the left also. (I 
25750, May 23, 1908.) 



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Spiel vogel (E.) — Continued. 

Herbst (Autumn) ; by Ernst Payer. 
Bust of young woman, leaves and 
grapes in hair. (I 25760, May 23, 
1908.) 

Idyll (Idyl) ; by Ernst Payer. Lit- 
tle girl sitting in a field, beginning to 
arrange flowers she has gathered. (I 
25754, May 23, 1908.) 

Madchens klage (The girl's lamen- 
tations) ; by Edward Veith. Land- 
scape rocks and trees, young woman 
sitting near a small brook. (I 25763, 
May 23, 1908.) 

Madonna ; by Adolf Echtler. Bust 
of Madonna, hands on her chest, eves 
half closed. (I 257G1, May 23, 1908.) 

Madonna ; by Job. Vict. Kramer. 
Madonna standing, holding her child 
in a sitting position on her right arm. 
(I 25750, May 23, 1908.) 

Madonna and child ; by Gabriel 
Max. Madonna holding her child in 
her arms. (I 25S39, May 28, 1908.) 

Menuett; by Nicol Schattenstein. 
Young woman dancing the minuet, 
her right hand raised to her chin. (I 
25764, May 23, 1908.) 

Mondnacht (Noon night) ; by Ernst 
Payer. Very small house, surrounded 
by small trees. (I 25707, May 23, 
190S.) 

Muttergliick (Mother happiness) : 
by Eduard Veith. Madonna, smiling 
and holding her child, flowers in right 
hand of child. (T 25700. May 2:;. 
1908.) 

Romische lieder (Roman Bongs) ; 

by Nicol Schattenstein. Group of 
women and men Bitting en the g 
(I 25757. May 23, 1908.) 

Sominer (Summer) ; by Ernst 
Payer. Bust of a woman, half back 
view, dark hair hanging down her 
back. (I 25751. .May 28. 1908.) 

Summer rune (Stillness in sum- 
mer) ; by Karl Schade. Small lake, 
trees to the left and in the hack- 
ground. (I 25702. May 23, 1908.) 

Sonnen untergang (Sunset) : by 
Karl Schade. Winter landscape, a 
few trees to the right, a small house 
covered with snow behind them. (I 
25747, May 23, 190S.) 

Winter; by Ernst Payer. Bust of 
woman, dressed in furs, her hands 
crossed upon chest. (I 25752, May 23. 
1908.) 



Sfielvogel (E.) — Continued. 

Winterabend; by Ernst Payer. 
Old fashioned house to the left, a 
bridge leading over to the right, all 
covered with snow. (I 25755, May 
23, 190S.) 

Stow (Audley H.), Maybeurv, West 
Va. [16422 

Angle work. Plan for mining a flat 
eeal seam, showing plan of ventila- 
tion. (I 25853, June 1, 1908.) 

Swift (Mrs. Carrie A.), Freehold. 
N. J. [10423 

Stilt' sea breeze. Marine view, two 
little twirls Branding on the bench, one 
playing in the Band. (I 25705, Mav 
21. 1908.) 

Tabbell (Edmund C), Boston, Mass. 

[10424 

Preparing for the matinee. L;idy be- 
fore a mirror with faee in profile* ad- 
just ing hat with pin. (I 2571s. Mav 
21. 1908.) 

Tuck (Raphael) sons co.. ltd.. New 
York, N. V. [16428 

Cupid under shower of roses: by 

Anna Lea Men-it t. Cnpid sitting on 

ground amidst shower of r 
25882, June 5, 1908.) 

CJllman mfg. co.. New York, N. Y. 

f 16420-1 

Benny r.enr and Kitty Hare; by 
Born hard Wall. Bear dressed in over- 
nils promenading along a country 
road, with a small hare who is dtt 
in jumper dress, ii 25793, Ma; 
1908.) 

Christmas tree. Large figure of 
Santa Chi us looking at Christmas tree. 
(I 25936, June 8, 1008.) 

Circus ring. large elephant stand- 
ing oil his head on top of a barrel. (I 
25937, .Time S, 190S.) 

Sunbonnet babies; by Bernhard 
Wall. A little girl with sunbonnet cov- 
ering her head, washing at a tub, an- 
other little girl is putting a pie in a 
stove. (I 25704, May 25. 1908.) 

Van Xostrand (A. G.), Boston, Mass. 

[16430 

Workers series. Xo. 5. Man hold- 
ing telephone receiver up to his ear, 
and transmitter in Ids risrht hand, in 
act of talking. (I 25823, Mav 27. 
1908.) 



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Von Zell (Gheodore W.), Indian- 
apolis, Ind. [16431 
Saengerfest souvenir, Indianapolis, 
June 17-21, 1908; by W. von Zell. 
Saengerfest Hall in center oval, sur- 
mounted by American eagle with wide 
spread wings, resting on U. S. shield. 
(I 25852, June 1, 1908; 1 photo May 
22, 1908.) 

Walker (Margaret), Des Moines, 
Iowa. [16432 

Cherry twenty-two; by M. Walker. 
Number twenty-two, each figure of 
which is formed by a cherry. (I 
25838, May 28, 1908.) 

Weichselbaum (Manes) and Zarowin 
(Samuel), New York, N. Y. 

[16433 
Holy monuments in holy places; by 
M. Weichselbaum and S. Zarowin. 
Holy places in Palestine, part of the 
wall of the destroyed Holy temple in 
Jerusalem. (I 25735, May 22, 1908.) 

Wilcox (J. Fred) & co., Chicago, 111. 

[16434 

Autola. Head, full face view of 
young woman with dark hair, wearing 
a hat and automobile veil. (I 25913, 
June 6, 1908.) 

Williamson (C. A.), Des Moines, 
Iowa. [16435, 16430 

American protection on land and 
sea. Sec. of War Taft bearing under 
his left arm Republican policy Big 
stick. (I 25855, June 1, 1908.) 



Williamson (C. A.) — Continued. 

Glimpse into the future. Sec. of 
War William H. Taft in foreground 
throwing lemons at William J. Bryan. 
(I 25856, June 1, 1908.) 

Wilson (Frederick), Briarcl iff Manor, 
N. Y. [16437-16440 

Fear God and give glory to Him; 
by F. Wilson. Three panel pictures 
showing figure of angel with scroll. (I 
25863, June 2, 1908.) 

St. Denis of France; by Frederick 
Wilson. St. Denis in ecclesiastical 
robes in act of giving the Pontifical 
benediction. (I 25862, June 2, 1908.) 

St. Dorothea (Hope) ; by F. Wilson. 
Single panel picture in black and 
white, full length figure, with flowers 
extended above head. (I 25860, June 
2, 1908.) 

St. Urcella (Faith) ; by F. Wilson. 
Single panel female figure with ban- 
ner and arrow. (I 25861, June 2, 
1908.) 

Zschaebitz (Richard), Jersey City, 
N. J. [16441, 16442 

My country ! 'tis of thee. Two 
girls walking through a park at night 
time. The older carries a Chinese 
lantern ; the younger, an American 
flag. (I 25785, May 25, 1908.) 

Ousted. Girl on platform, hands 
resting on baby-carriage in which she 
has placed three kittens. A doll and 
a teddy bear are thrown out. (I 
25786, May 25, 1908. ) 



Number of entries of Fine Arts completed by deposit of 1 photograph each 

and included in the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1908 1, 998 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
AND OF JUNE 30, 1906 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PLIOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 3 

Nos. 27-31 

JULY, 1908 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1908 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 



TWO ALPHABETS. 

I. Containing Class F, Engravings, Cuts and Prints ; Class G, Chromos and Litho- 
graphs ; Class H, Photographs. 

II. Containing Class I, Fine Arts (Paintings, Drawings, Statues, Statuary and Models 
or Designs Intended to be perfected as works of the Fine Arts). 

The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week, but to avoid the inconvenience 
of a number of small alphabets of different subjects all the entries for Engravings, Cuts 
and Prints, Chromos and Lithographs, and Photographs, completed since the last issue, 
are arranged here in a single monthly alphabet. The entries for Fine Arts will be found 
In a separate alphabet following this. 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

The entries marked thus * are such as have been delayed inclusion in the Catalogue on 
account of necessary correspondence. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
receipt of copies is always omitted when the copies are received on the day of entry. 
The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read : Copyright bv Alaska-Yukon- 
Pacific exposition, Seattle, Wash. Class H, XXc, no. 111647, June 10/1908; 2 copies 
received June 10, 1908. 



Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition, Se- 
attle, Wash. [16443 [ 
Alaska- Yukon-Pacific exposition : 
buildings. X 38. (H 111647, June 10, 
1908.) 

Alexandria- Washington lodge, no. 22, 
A. F. & A. M., Alexandria, Va. 

[16444-1644S 

Alexandria, Va. 1-3. (H 111681, | 
111683, 1110S4, June 11, 1908.) 

Mount Vernon, Va., old tomb. (H 
111685, June 11, 1908.) 

Washington (Gen.) as master of 
Alexandria lodge no. 22, A. F. & A. M. 
(H 111682, June 11, 1908.) 
Allen (W. L.), Butler, Pa. [16449 

Glade Run bridge, B. & O. R. R. near 
Butler, Pa. (F 67006, June 27, 1908.) 

American-Examiner, New York, N. Y. 
[16450-16474 
And Mary Jane laughed at Buster. 
(F 67077, July 13, 1908.) 

Happy Hooligan's man Thursday. 

(F 67076, July 13, 1908.) 
His name is Ebenezer. (F 66234, 

June 15, 1908.) 

(F 66412, June 22, 1908.) 

(F 66680, June 29, 1908.) 

(F 66863, July 6, 1908.) 

(F 67079, July 13, 1908.) 

Horseman, the horsefly, and the 

horseradish. (F 66410, June 22, 1908.) 



American-Examiner — Continued. 
It was simply fierce. (F 66414, Juue 

22,1908.) 

Jimmy. (F 6C233, June 15, 1908.) 

(F 66411, June 22, 1908.) 

(F 666S1, June 29, 1908.) 

(F 66860, July 6, 190S.) 

(F 670S0, July 13, 1908.) 

Katzenjaimner kids. Fourth of July. 

(F666S2, June 29, 1908.) 
in high life. (F 66S61. July 6, 

1908.) 

Kins: Wuzzy ! King Fuzzy ! They 

take turns. (F 66683, June 29, 1908.) 
Mary Jane was as much to blame. 

(F 66230, June 15, 1908.) 
Merrily the Katzenjammer kids roll 

along. (F 67078, July 13, 1908.) 

Razamazoo, for who? for who? (F 
66231, June 15, 1908.) 

Thrilling escape of the Hooligan 
crowd. (F 66232, June 15, 190S.) 

Well, here's the bunch. (F 66859. 
July 6, 190S.) 

Who got the worst of it? (F 66413, 
June 22, 1908.) 

Who was it put the candles in baby's 
birthday cake? (F 66679, June 29, 
1908.) 

Woist comes to the woist 1 (F 
66862, July 6, 1908.) 

259 



260 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



American - Journal - Examiner, New 
York, N. Y. [16475-16580 

Country life in America. (F 66163, 
June 12, 1908.) 

Denver delegates disturbed by stray 
dog. (F 66072, July 9, 1908.) 

Diary of Ananias. (F 66287, June 
17, 1908.) 

Dropping the pilots. (F 67002, July 
10, 1908.) 

Fun at Denver. (F 67005. July 10, 
1908.) 

monk. (F 66104, 



June 



Graf to the 
11, 1908.) 

(F 66203, June 13. 11(08.) 

(F 66286, June 17, 1908.) 

(F 66339, June 19. 1908.) 

(F 6044O, June 24, 1908.) 

(F 66703, June 30, 1908. 1 

(F 66746, July 2,1908 

(F 66792, July :;. 1'.»" 

(F 66970, July 9. 190S.) 

(F 67010, July 11. I!" 

Grand performao thrilling 

melodrama Monte Cristovelt (F 
6636S, June 20. 190S.) 

Groucho the monk. (F 66065, June 
10, 1908.) 

(F 66166, June 12, 1908.) 

(F 66269, June 16, 19 

(F 66308, .June iv 1908. i 

(F 66432, June 2::. 1908.) 

(F 66532. June 26. 1908. I 

(F 60723. July 1. 19<>v | 

(F 66868, July 6, 1908. | 

(F 66952, July 8, 1908.) 

Hall Room boys. (F 66105, June 11, 
190S.) 

(F 66267, June 16, 1908.) 

(F 66367, June 20, 1908.) 

(F 66467, June 25, 1908.) 

(F 66705, June 30, 1908. | 

(F 66869, July 6, 1908.) 

(F 66971, July 9, 19"- 

(F 67109, July 14, 19" 

I don't care (F 67001, July 10, 
190S.) 

I see by the papers. (F 66336, June 
19, 1908.) 

(F 66366, June 20, 1908.) 

(F 6643S. June 24. 190S. ) 

(F 66542, June 27. 190S. ) 

(F 66674, June 29. 1908.) 

(F 66704, June 30, 1908. 1 



American- Journal-Examiner — Con. 

King Kazooks. (F 66167, June 12, 
190S.) 

(F 66531, June 26, 190S.) 

Latest news from the convention. 
(F 6633S, June 19, 1908.) 

Littlest lump of humanity. (F 
66895, July 7, 190S.) 

Merry widow limerick. (F 66201, 
June 13. 1908.) 

Mr. Jack. i. F 66102, June 11, 190S.) 

(F 66227, June 15, 1908.) 

r.. June 19. 190S.) 

I f 66430, June 23, 1908.) 

(F 66541, June 27, 190S.) 

(F 66744, July 2. 1908.) 

Mrs. St. Regis of Long Acre square. 
96064, .Imp,.' 1". 1908.) 

Mrs. Trubbell. I r 66164, June 12, 
1908.) 

(F 66702, June 30, 1908.) 

(F 66949, July 8, L90S 

I r 67081, July 13. 190S.) 

Monopoly alley celebrates glorious 
Fourth. (F 66870, July o. 1908.) 

Monopoly college beats Hard Luck 
university. <r 66544, .Inn.- 27. 1908.) 

Never again. I F 66103, June 11, 
1908.) 

- 68, June 16, 1908.) 
i F 66307, June 18, 1908.) 

i F 66407, June 22, 1908.) 

(F 66439, June 24, 1008.) 

(F con;.;. June 25, 1908.) 

( F 66529, June 26, 1908.) 

(F 66720, July 1. 190S.) 

(F 66867, July 6, 1908.) 

(F 66893, July 7, 1908.) 

(F 66969, July 9. 1008.) 

(F 67108, July 14, 1908.) 

Ob, piffl< L65, June 12, 1- 
(F 66229, June 15, 1908.) 

i F 66337, June 19, 1908.) 

(F 66409. June 22. 1908.) 

( F 66530, June 26, 1908.) 

(F 66675, June 20. 1908.) 

(F 66721. July 1. 190S.) 

(F 66791, July 3, 1908.) 

(F 66866, July 6. 1908. 1 

(F 66950. July 8. 1908 

(F 67003, July 10, L908.) 

(F 670S3, July 13. 190* 



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261 



American- Journal-Examiner — Con. 
Oh, what's the use. (F 66202, June 

13, 1908.) 

(F 66309, June 18, 1908.) 

(F G6431, June 23, 3908.) 

(F 66543, June 27, 1908.) 

(F 66745, July 2, 1908.) 

(F 66894, July 7, 1908.) 

(F 67009, July 11, 1908.) 

Republican convention. (F 66106, 
June 11, 1908.) 

(F 66310, June 18, 1908.) 

Republican ticket warmly indorsed. 
(F 66468, June 25, 1908.) 

Rkyino the monk. (F 66228, June 
15, 1908.) 

(F 66408, June 22, 1908.) 

(F 66677, June 29, 1908.) 

(F 66865, July 6, 1908.) 

(F 67004, July 10, 1908.) 

(F 67082, July 13, 1908.) 

Sheath dress riot in Monopoly alley. 
(F 66722, July 1, 1908.) 

Situation in the Smith family. (F 
67008, July 11, 190S.) 

Spirit of '76. (F 66864, July 6. 
1908.) 

Steam rollers all the rage. (F 
66951, July S, 1908.) 

Surest thing you know. (F 662S5, 
June 17, 190S.) 

(F 66676. June 29, 1908.) 

There was only one, but Oh Mable ! 
(F 66790, July 3, 1908.) 

Wouldn't it make you and your 
friend mad. (F 66793, July 3, 190S.) 

American mtjtoscope & biograph co., 
New York, N. Y. [16581-16588 

At the French ball. (H 112127, 
June 20, 190S.) 

Cross roads of life. (H 112128, 
June 20, 1908.) 

Invisible fluid. (H 111674, June 11, 
1908.) 

Kentuckian. (IT 112470, June 27, 
1908.) 

Man in the box. (H 111673, June 
11, 1908.) 

Mixed babies. (H 111646, June 10, 
1908.) 

Outlaw (The). (H 111672, June 11, 
1908.) 

Over the hills to the poor house. (H 
112129, June 20, 1908.) 



American stereoscopic co.. New York, 

N. Y. [16589 

A 37120. (H 113164, July 7, 1908.) 

Anderson pur. co., New York. N. Y. 

[16590-36596 

All tangled up. (F 66824, July 6, 
1908.) 

He's gone fishing! (F 66826, July 
6, 1908.) 

His first surrender. (F 66827, July 
0. 1908.) 

Life class. (F 66828, July 6, 1908.) 

Love's toast. (F 66825, July 6, 
1908.) 

Patrol. (F 66829, July 6, 1908.) 

Wrong end of it. (F 66830, July 6. 
1908.) 

2 c. of each July 3, 1908. 

Andrews (A. H.) co., Chicago, 111. 
[16597-16599 

Chicago, 111.. Auditorium theatre. 
(G 19069, July 6, 1908.) 

Denver, Colo., Broadway Grand. 
(G 19071, July 6, 190S.) 

Indianapolis. Ind., Grand opera 
house. (G 19070, July 6, 1908.) 

2 c. of each June 26. 190S. 

Anketell (E. N.), Manteo. N. O. 

[16600-16605 
Diamond shoal light ship, wrecked 
on Cape Hatteras. (F 66527, June 26, 
1908.) 

Manteo, N. C, The horseless vehicle 
as seen every dav on the streets of 
Manteo. (F 66521. June 26, 190S.) 

Roanoke island, [N. C] 1-4. (F 
66522-66525, June 26, 1908.) 

Anthony baking co., Rochester. N. Y. 

[16606 
Afternoon nap. (G 19062, July 3, 
1908.) 

Archibald (Orson). Indianapolis, Ind. 

[16607 

Alumni reunion, ladies group. (H 

113229, July 9, 190S; 2 c. July 6, 1908.) 

Art color co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

[16608 
I'm afraid to so home in the dark. 
(F 67012, July 11. 190S ; 2 c. July 8, 
1908.) 

Artistic post card & novelty co.. New 
York, N. Y. [16609-16617 

Basket. (F 66067, June 3, 1908: 1 
c. May 14, 190S ; 1 c. June 11, 1908.) 

Bell. (F 66068, June 3, 190S ; 1 c. 
May 14, 1908 ; 1 c. June 11, 190S.) 



262 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Autistic post caed & novelty co. — Con. 

Eagle. ( F 66069, June 3, 1908 ; 2 c. 
June 11, 1908.) 

Good luck cup. (F 66070, June 3, 
1908 ; 1 c. May 14, 1908 ; 1 c. June 11 , 
1908.) 

Holly. (F 66071, June 3, 1908; 1 c. 
May 14, 1908; 1 c. June 11, 1908.) 

Parasol. (F 66072, June 3, 1908 ; 1 c. 
May 14, 190S ; 1 c. June 11, 1908.) 

Santa Glaus. (F 66073, June 3, 
1908; 2 c. May 14, 1908.) 

Santa with Christmas tree. (F 
66074, June 3, 190S; 1 c. Mav 14, 1908: 
1 c. June 11, 1908.) 

Santa with New Years greetings. 
(F <;(;<>75. June 3, 1908; 2 c. June 11, 
1908.) 
Bachman (Al. ), Commerce, Tex. 

[16618,16619 

Commerce, Texas, public park. (II 
113349, July 13, 1908.) 

E. T. N. college and dormitories. 
(H 113350, July 13, L908.) 
Bakes art GALLERY, Columbus. Ohio. 

[16620-16627 

Tail (Win. II.), 127031 (1-3); 
1 27< >3i » I 2-4, 7-8 ) . (II 11 2561-1 1 25( 18, 
June 22, 1908.) 

Bandholtz (Fred J.), I>os Moines, 
Iowa. [16628 -16632 

Blair. Nebr. (II 112748, July 2. 
1908; 2 c. July 3, 1908.) 

Council Bluffs, Iowa. (II 112661, 
July 2, 1908; 2 c. July 1. 1908.) 

Fremont. Nebr. (II 113137, July 6, 
1908.) 

Glenwood, Iowa. (II 112549, June 
29, 190S. ) 

Missouri Valley. Iowa. (II 112662, 
July 2, 1908; 2 c July 1. 1908.) 

Bangs, New York. X. Y. [16633 

McCoy (Bessie) as the Yama Yama 
girl. 1. (H 113216, July S, 1908.) 

Baltimore & Ohio R. R., Passenger 

department, Baltimore. Md. 

[16634 
Taft (Win; II.) (H 113207, Julv 8, 
1908.) 

Banister (T.), Frankfort, Mich. 

[16635 
Long lake, Benzie co., Mich. (H 
112478, June 29, 190S.) 

Barker (B. Benton), Burlington, Vt. ! 
[16636-16650 

Essex, N. Y. 1-11. (H 111553- 
111563, June S, 1908.) 

South Hero, Vt. 1-4. (H 111564- 
111567, June S, 190S.) 



Barnes (George), Hanson, Mass. 

[16651 
Monponsett, Mass., The Den, old cu- 
riosity shop. ( F 66415, June 23, 1908 : 
2 c. June 15, 1908.) 

Barnes (H. P.), La Porte, Ind. [16652 
Gunness house of murder and mys- 
tery. (F 66378, June 22, 1908.) 

Bart (C. W.), Seattle, Wash. [16653 
Ohio (U. S. S.) (H. 113165, July 7, 
1908.) 

Barton & Spooner, Cornwall-on-Hud- 
Bon, X. Y. [16654-16660 

Even Cupid erosses his fingers. (F 
66215, June 6, 1908.) 

Here's to the man. (F 06213, June 
5, 1908.) 

If a miar.l and a half. (F 66216, 

June I 

In a village post office, Miss Peak. 
(F 6621 1. .June 6, Li 

In the parlor sat all three, (F 

66211, June 5, 

There was a dainty summer girl. 
I r 66210, June 5, 1! 

There was an affable liar. (P 

66212, June 5, L908.) 
rune 3". i. 

Beach (H. m.). Remsen, N. Y. 

[16661-16669 
Pin." Camp. 1 9. (II 112402— 
112410. June 26, 1908.) 

• \ i o. Crosby i. Bangor, Mail 

[16670 i<; ( '.7^ 
Bangor, Maine. 1. 2. (H 112 
112354, June 2:.. 1908.) 

City of Bangor [steamer]. (H 
52, June 2.".. L908; lc. June 13, 
1908; lc. June 2.",. 1908.) 

Peck (Chas. W.), jr., Wyncote, Pa. 

[16673 
College crows. iF 66434, June 24, 
1908 ; 2c. June 1 8, i 

Pex.tamin (Isaac), Cincinnati, Ohio. 

[16674 

Hollister (Judge Howard C.) (H 
113345, July 13, 1908. 1 

Benner (Harry M.), Hammondsport, 
N. Y. [16675-1 667S 

June Bug (Aeroplane). 1-i. (H 
113191-113194, July 7, 190S.) 

Bennett (H. H.) studio, Kilbourn, 

Wis. [16679-16681 

Dells of Wisconsin. 1-3. (F 

G5S91-(;r>S93. June 2. PHIS: 2 c. of 

each June 10, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
nos. 27^31, July, 1908 



263 



Bergen (G. F.), Pasadena, Cal. 

[16682-16684 

Bowler (N. P.) 1, 2. (H 112268, 
112269, June 23, 1908.) 

McLeod (Rev. Malcolm James). 
(H 112267, June 23, 1908.) 
Berger pub. co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

[16685-16744 

Abide with me. — Bells across the 
snow. — Bright and happy Christmas. — 
Christ child. — Christmas bells. — Christ- 
mas joy. — Christmas tide. — Christmas 
wish. — Come, Thou long expected 
Jesus. — Consecration. — Daily duty. — 
Don't worry. — Fervent wish. — Forget- 
me-not. — Friendship. — God bless us 
every one. — Good morrow. — Good tid- 
ings. — Happiness. — Happy Christ- 
mas. — Heavenly guest. — Holy child. — 
Home. — I heard the voice of Jesus. — 
Jesus, Master. — Joyous Christmas. — 
Joys of home. — Leading upward. — 
Life's duties. — Life's happiness. — Light 
of the world.— Light that is felt- 
Love A. — Love B. — Mizpah. — My faith 
looks up to Thee. — Nearer, my God, 
to Thee. — Noble deeds. — Old friends. — 
One there is above all others. — Our 
burden bearer. — Our Father. — Our 
Lord Emmanuel. — Peace, perfect 
peace . — Prayer. — Present duties. — 
Rays of happiness. — Rock of ages. — 
Saviour, like a shepherd. — Secret of a 
happy day. — Simple life. — Star of 
Bethlehem. — Strength. — Strength suf- 
ficient. — Success. — Sympathy. — Test of 
the heart. — That glorious song of 
old. — To my friend. — Welcome joy. 
[60 chromos.] (G 18998-19057, July 
2, 1908; 2 c. of each July 8, 1908.) 
Beudsler (Adolph P. J.), Natick. 
Mass. [16745 

Eliot (John) preaching to the In- 
dians. (H 112472, June 29, 190S.) 
Bien (Julius) & co., New York, N. Y. 
[16746-16827 

[Christmas and New Year's cards] 
5000-5005, 5100-5105, 5200-5205, 5300- j 
5305, 5500-5505, 5600-5605, 5800- ! 
5805, 5900-5905, 6000-6005, 6100-6105, | 
6200-6205, 6400-6405, 6500-6505, 6700- ! 
6703. [82 lithographs] (G 18851- ' 
18932, June 20, 1908.) 

Blacet (Ernest D.), Painesville, 
Ohio. [16S28 

Paine's (Gen.) monument and can- 
nons, Charter Oak park, Painesville, 
Ohio. (H 112391, June 26, 1908; 2 c. 
June 19, 1908.) 
Bolser (M. O.), Le Mars, Iowa. 

[16829-16840 

Submarine gardens. 1-12. (H 
113217-113228, July 8, 1908.) 



Bond (Geo. W.), Wheaton, 111. 

[16841-16850 

Can this be Mother Hilton. 

Fair Mistress Stavers curtsied low 
and fast. 

He gave a splendid banquet. 

I yet shall ride in my own chariot,. 
Mam. 

Rector read the service loud and 
clear. 

Sequestered among trees a noble pile. 

Servant who made service seem di- 
vine. 

Stood Mistress Stavers in her fur- 

belowe. 

(H 112782-112789, July 3, 1908.) 
Take me back to Dreamland. (H 

112171, June 22, 190S.) 

Until the governor rising from his 
chair. (H 112790, July 3, 1908.) 

Book news monthly, Philadelphia, 
Pa. [16851-16854 

In the garden. (F 662S0, June 17, 
1908.) 

Philip IV. (F 66281, June 17, 1908.) 
Pyramids and Thisbe. (F 66283, 
June 17, 190S.) 

Portia. (F 66282, June 17, 190S.) 

Boston & Montana consolidated cop- 
per & silver mining co., Great 
Falls, Mont. [16855 

Blowing up head race wall. (H 
112285, June 24, 1908.) 

Boston leather binding co., Boston, 
Mass. [16856-16S6S 

All Hans. — Barn door philosophy. — 
Christmas doings. — Day before Thanks- 
giving. — Harvest moon. — Hunter's 
moon. — It is easy enough to be pleas- 
ant. — Primitive redskin. — Rainy day 
philosophy. — Roosevelt (The) . — 
Shake. — Washington. — Wee builders. 
[13 prints] (F 66134-66146, June 12, 
1908; 2 c. of each, May 18, 190S.) 

Bowles & Caldwell, Milford, Tex. 

[16869-16S72 
Bell Branch country club. A1-A4. 
(H 112811-112814, July 6, 1908.) 

Bradley (A. F.), New York, N. Y. 

[16873-16876 
Gibbons (Cardinal James) 1-4. (H 
111531-111534, June 8, 1908.) 

Brandmo (R. E.), Benson, Minn. 

[16877 
Benson, Minn. (H 111852, June 15, 
1908. 2 c. June 1, 1908.) 



264 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt iv, n. s., v. 3 



Branson (Bernice M.), Lincoln. Nebr. 

[16878 
Brvan, from Lincoln to Washington. 
(F 65221, May 11, 1908; 2 c. June 20, 
1908.) 

Brewster (Arthur J.), Syracuse, 
N. Y. [16879-16881 

In war attire. (H 111702. June 12. 
1908.) 

Modern red man. (H 111704, June 
12, 1908.) 

Onondaga chief. (H 111703, June 
12, 1908.) 

2 c. of each June 1, 1908. 

Brown (H. W.), Tifton, Ga. 

[16882,1' 

Andersonville prison park, Ander- 
sonville, Ga. Dedication of Lizabeth 
Turner monument. (H 112593, July 
1, 1908.) 

Tifton, Ga., First Baptist Church. 
(H 112209, June 22, 1908.) 

Brown (N. F.), Grand Haven, Midi. 

I L6884 
Brown's aerial views. 7. (H 1 i 
July 13, 190S.) 

Bunnell (W. A.) art co.. Decatur, 
Tex. [16885 

Decatur lodge no. 33. Knights of 
Pythias. (H 112421. June 26, 1908.) 

Burrts & Willis, Great Falls. Mont. 

[16886 

I boat you to it. (F 86278, June 17. 
190*.) 

Byers (Joseph E.), Telluride, Colo. 

| L6887 

Bridal Veil falls. (H 1121G2, Juno 
19, 1908.) 
Byron & co., New York. N. Y. f 

New York, N. Y.. Trinity Church, 
interior. (H 111S62, June 15, 1908.) 
Cameron-Swan (Donald), Great Brit- 
ain. [16SS9 

Lovat (Lord), chief of Clan Fraser. 
(F GG706, July 1, 190S.) 

Campana (D. M.), Chicago, 111. 

[1GS90-1GS92 

Decorator, grape study. (G 18800, 
June 12, 1908.) 

rose study. (G 1S801. June 12. 

190S.) 

Study in yellow and red. (G 19064, 
July 6, 1908.) 

Carpenter (Charles T.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [16S93-1GS94 

Philadelphia Athletics, American 
league. (F 66975, July 10, 1908.) 

Philadelphia National league. (F 
66634, June 29, 1908.) 



Carter's ink co., Boston, Mass. [16895 
Out for a driye. (F 66800, July 6, 
1908.) 

Caughey (Alice), Sulphur Springs, 

Ark. [16896 

Butler's bluff. (H 112116, June 19, 

1908.) 

Chamfliu (Wm, B.), jr., Dallas, Tex. 

[1GS97 
Texas. Don't take me for a tender- 
foot. (F GG030. June 8, 1908; 2 c. 
July 0. 190S.) 

Chapman (F. FA, Hartland, Wis. 

[1G89S-1G903 

Beaver Lake. Wis. Lakewood land- 
ing. (II 112488, Juno 29. 1908.) 

Pviidborix's pier. (H 112490, 

Juno 20. 1908.) 

Hart land. AYis.. public school. (H 
1124x9. June 29, 1908.) 

Pewaukee Lake. Wis. Glassblowers' 
cateh. ( II 112492, Juno 29, 1908.) 

Reese's pavilion. (H 112493, 

Juno 29, 1908.) 

Spring house. (II 112491, Jane 29, 
1908.) 
! Chase (G. W.) & son rasa co.. St. 
Joseph, Mo. [16904 

Perfect rose. (G 18793, Juno 10, 
1908 

Chicago Tbibune, Chicago, 111. 
[16! 

Affinity. (F 66823, July G. 1908.) 

After a yico presidential candidate. 
(F 66296, Juno 17. 190S.) 

All aboard for the P.ryanfest. (F 
6692$ July 8. 1908.) 

Allies are still standing together. 
059, June 10, 1908.) 

another stained .dass window. (F 
66928, July 8, r. 

At the Denver Pryanfest. (F GGT^T. 
July 3. 1908.) 

Rill poster. (F 66381, June 22, 
190S.) 

Coliseum conversazione. (F 66306, 
June 18. 1908.) 

Convention will please come to or- 
der. (F GG92G-, July S, 190S.) 

Coy Mr. Fairbanks and the vice- 
presidential nomination. (F GG174, 
June 13, 190S.) 

Design for another glass window. 
(F GG924, July 8. 1908.) 

Guffev (Mr.) is a discordant note. 
(F 6G989, July 10 ? . 190S.) 

Handing it to them. (F G6305. June 
18, 190S.) 



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AND PRINTS, ETC. 



265 



Chicago Tribune — Continued. 

Hotels are beginning to hum. (F 
66043, June 9, 1008.) 

Let's see have I overlooked any- 
body? (F 66963, July 9, 1908.) 

McCutcheon (John T.) (F 66162, 
June 12, 1908; 2 c. June 16, 1908.) 

Modern Cincinnatus. (F 66991, July 

10, 1908.) 

Nearly there. (F 66161, June 12, 
1908. ) 

Now pilot. (F 66365, June 20, 
1908.) 

Nominating speech. (F 663S3. June 
22, 1908.) 

Notification committee. (F 67013, 
July 11, 1908.) 

Patriot. (F 6GS19, July 6, 1908.) 

Psychological moment at the con- 
vention. (F 66270, June 16, 1908.) 

Suggestion for a stained glass cam- 
paign banner. (F 60927, July 8, 1908. i 

Thin red line of heroes. (F 66318. 
June 19, 1908.) 

When Teddy's name is first men- 
tioned in the convention. (F 66235, 
June 15, 1908.) 

Will he stand pat? (F 66088, June 

11, 1908.) 

Wonderful discipline. (F 66962, 
July 9, 1908.) 

Chickerixg (Elmer), Boston. Mass. 

[16933-16936 

Drnper (Lt. Gov.), Outing at home 
of, 1908. (H 112544, June 29, 190S.) 

Potter (Bishop) 1-3. (H 112745. 
112746, Julv 2, 190S: H 112S30. Julv 6, 
1908.) 

Clark (C. H.), St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

[16937, 1693S 

St. Johusburv illustrated. (F 66031, 
June 10, 190S.) 

What some people think of Maine. 
(F 66052, June 10, 1908.) 

Clark (Herbert W.), jr.. New York, 
N. Y. [16939-16947 

Boat and lighthouse at sea. (H 
111S6S, June 15, 190S.) 

Grove, cows and lighthouse. (H 
111S69, June 15, 1908.) 

Horses and coach on shore road. 
Down grade. Fragment of panel in 
larger size. (H 111S71. 111876, June 
15, 1908.) 

Going fine. (H 111S70, June 15, 

1908.) 

Horses and geese on shore road. 2. 
(H 111S72, June 15, 190S.) 



Clark (Herbert W.), jr. — Continued. 

Oxen and windmill on shore road. 
1. (H 111873, June 15, 1908.) 

Wheelers and coach on shore road. 
Fragment of panel in larger size. (H 
111874, 111875, June 15, 1908.) 

Clinedinst (B. M.), Washington, 
D. C. [10948-16962 

Holmes (Justice) (H 112173, June 
22, 190S.) 

Johnson (Governor) (H 112174, 
June 22, 1908.) 

Roosevelt (President) (H 112172, 
June 22, 1908.) 

Sherman family group. (H 112468. 
June 27, 1908.) 

Taft (Secretary) in automobile. 
(H 112175. June 22. 1908.) 

Taft (Charlie) A-E. (H 112176- 
112180; June 22, 1908.) 

Taft (Miss Helen) (H 112184, June 
22, 1908.) 

Taft (Wm.) A-C. (H 112181- 
112183. June 22. 1908.) 

Taft family group. (H 112467. June 
27, 1908.) 

Cloqenson (H), Dallas. Tex. 

[16963-K 

Dallas, Tex. 1-3. (H 113203-11320.-;, 
Julv S, 190S; 2 c. of each July 13, 
1908.) 
Close (Myron C), La Jolla, Cal. 

[10006 

California pioneer and his mermaid 
Trixie. (G 1S650 Mav 16. 1908: 2 c. 
June 11, 1908.) 

Colry (James M.). Wausau. Wis. 

[16967, 16968 

Fish*n. — Wausau, Wis. baseball 
team. (H 112451, 112452. June 26, 
1908.) 

Collier (P. F.) & sox. New York. 
N. Y. [16969-16973 

Caught in the circle: by Frederick 
Remington. (F 66537, May 5, 190S.) 

Coming to the call: bv Frederick 
Remington. (F 66536. May 5, 1908.) 

Evening on a Canadian lake; by 
Frederick Remington. (,F 66535, May 
5, 190S.) 

His first lesson: by Frederick Rem- 
ington. (F 6653S. May 5, 190S.) 

Opening of the Republican national 
convention in the Coliseum. Chicago, 
June 16. (H 1122S6, June 24, 1908.) 
Colxaghi (P. & D.) & co.. London, 

England. [16974 

Lady Mildmav and child: by John 
Hoppner. (F 65992, June 6, 190S.) 



266 



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pt. iv, n. s., v 



, 



Connolly (J. A.), St. Paul, Minn. 

[16975 
Greetings from White Bear. (H 
112638, July 1, 1908.) 

Conradi (G. A.), Bethlehem, Pa. 

[16976 
Bethlehem, Pa., Bethlehem steel co. 
(PI 111707, June 2, 1908; 2 c. May 15, 
1908.)* 

Conyers (H. B.), Urbana, Ohio. 

[16977-16979 

Dread and fear of kings. (H 
113336, July 13, 1908.) 

Thumbs down. (H 113334, July 13, 
1908.) 

Tito. (H 113335, July 13, 1908.) 

Cook (C. C), New York, N. Y. 

[10980-16983 

Ballot, Notter up. (II 113160, July 
7, 1908.) 

Colin. 1^3. (II 113167-113169, 
July 7, 190S.) 

Cook (William F.), Springfield, Mass. 

[16984 

Palmetto tree. (II 112003, June 17, 
1908.) 

Coovert (John Calvin), Memphis. 
Term. [16985-10987 

Memphis warehouse co. 1, 2. (H 
110571, 110572, May 15, 190S ; 2 c. of 
each May 28, 1908.)* 

Wright (Gen. Luke E.), residence 
of. (H 112199, June 22, 190S.) 

Cornish (Geo. B.), Arkansas City, 
Kaus. [16988-16995 

Carving watermelons. — Harvest Ing 
wheat. — Ready for the chase. — Hound 
up. — Threshing wheat. — Wah-shun- 
gah. a, b. — Watermelon blockade. [8 
photographs.] (H 112366, 112373, 
June 25, 1908; 2 c. of each June 26, 
190S.) 



Cort (Howard R.), Tenafly, N. J. 

[16996-17000 ! 
Our boys and girls. (F 66128, June i 
11, 190S;2c. June 13, 1908.) 

(F 66346, June 19, 190S ; 2 c. 

June 20, 190S.) 

(F 66464, June 25, 1908; 2 c. 

June 27, 1908.) 

(F 66773, July 2, 1908; 2 c. 

July 6, 1908.) 

(F 66959, 

July 10, 1908.) 



July 8, 190S; 2 c. 



Covell (Bert C), Birmingham, Ala. 
[17001-17004 
Farmers educational and co-opera- 
tive union, third annual convention. 
(H 112754, July 3, 1908.) 

Queen of the prairie 1-3. (H 
112475-112477, June 29, 1908.) 

Craven (M. B.), Evanston, 111. 

[17005-17016 

Fox Lake, 111., 1-12. (H 112159- 

112161. June 20, 190S. H 112802-112807, 

July 6. 1908, H 113324-113326, July 

13, 1908.) 

Chutes meg. co., Chicago, 111. 

[17017. 17018 

Forget-me-nots and pansies. (H 
112134, .Tunc 20, 1908.) 

Roses. (II 112135, June 20, 1908.) 

Culver military academy. Culver, 
Ind. [17019, 17020 

Culver girl. (H 112334, June 24, 
1908.) 

On the firing line. (F 60960, July 
9, 1908.) 

Cum inie. Wash. 

117021-17038 

Atlantic fleet entering fhe Straits 
of Juan de Fuca. (II 111777, Juno 12, 
1908.) 

Canyon of Second ave. 10278, 10279. 
(H 111569, 111570. June S, 190S.) 

Connecticut (U. S. S.) 14, 15. (H 
11177s, 111779, June 12, 190 

>rgia (U. B. S.) (H 111780, 
June 12, 1 

'Illinois (U. S. S.) (H 111781, 
June 12, 1! 

in Tori Townsend harbor. (H 

111782, June 12, 1908.) 

Kearsarge (U. S. S.) (H 111783, 
June 12, 1908.) 

Kentucky (U. S. S.) (H 111784, 
June 12, 1908.) 

Louisiana (U. S. S.) (H 1117S5, 
June 12, 1908.) 

Minnesota (U. S. S.) (H 111786, 
June 12, 190S.) 

Missouri (U. S. S.) (H 1117S7, June 
12, 1908.) 

Nebraska (U. S. S.) (H 111788, 
June 12, 190S.) 

Ohio (U. S. S.) (H 111789, June 12, 
190S.) 

Rhode Island (U. S. S.) (H 111790, 
June 12, 190S.) 



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267 



Curtis (Asaiiel) — Continued. 

Vermont (U. S. S.) (H 111791, June 
12, 1908.) 

Virginia (U. S. S.) (H 111792, June 
12, 1908.) 

Curtis (Edward S.), Seattle, Wash. 

&17039-17243 
Indians and Indian scenes. [204 
photographs.] x2484-x2487, x2489- 
X2498, x2605-x2607, x2609-x2611, 
x2630-x2796, x2800-x2811, x2820- 
x2825. (H 112937-112940, 112942- 
113142, July 6, 1908.) 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston, Mass. 

[17244-17252 

District school; by Win. L. Taylor. 
8 by 10. (H 111661, June 8, 1908 ; 2 c. 
June 10, 1908.) 

11 by 14. (H 111603, June 8, 

190S; 2 c. June 10, 1908.) 

IS bv 22. (H 111655, June 10, 

1908.) 

Landscape with horseman in fore- 
ground; by J. B. C. Corot. S by 10; 
11 by 14 ; 18 by 22. (H 111658-111660, 
June 8, 1908; 2 c. of each June 10, 
1908.) 

Landscape with ideal figures; by 
J. B. C. Corot. S by 10. (H 111662, 
June 8, 190S; 2 c. June 10, 190S.) 

11 bv 14 ; IS by 22. (H 111656, 

111657, June 10, 1908.) 

Curtiss studio. New Haven. Conn. 

[17253-17256 

Vale academic class, 190S. A, B. (H 
112556. 112557, June 4, 1908.) 

Yale sheff class, 190S. A, B. (H 
112558, 112559, June 4, 190S.) 
Davenport mfg. co., Johnstown. Pa. 

[17257-17259 

Johnstown, Pa., Cambria steel co. 
1, 2. (F 66301. June IS, 190S ; F 
66725, July 2, 190S.) 

Osceola Mills. Pa. (F 66726, July 2, 
1908.) 

Davidson (D. N.)> Washington, D. C. 
[17260-17264 

Taft (Sect.) and daughter Helen. 
(H 112114, June 19. 1908.) 

Taft (Sect.). Helen and Charlie 
Taft, off for a ride. (H 112111, June 
19,1908.) 

Taft (Charlie) on Major. (H 
112112, June 19, 1908.) 

Taft (Miss Helen). (H 112113, June 
19, 190S.) 

Taft (Sect. W. H.). (H 112110, June 
19,1908.) 

2 c. of each June 15, 1908. 



Davis (Charles H.), New York, N. Y. 
[17265-17280 
Alas ! (H 113184, July 7, 1908.) 
Apple blossoms. (H 113177, July 7, 

1908.) 

At my window. (H 113175, July 7, 

1908.) 

Chianti girl. (H 113183, July 7, 

1908.) 

Daphne. (H 113176, July 7, 1908.) 
Favorita. (H 113178, July 7, 1908.) 
Here's to you! (H 113185, July 7. 

1908.) 

His letter. (II 113186, July 7. 1908.) 
In a studio. (H 113182, July 7. 

1908.) 

Reveries. (H 113179, July 7, 11 
Sweets. (H 113181, July 7, 1908. 1 
Ties bien. (H 113180, July 7, 1908.) 

Davis & Kit kemeyer, New York, N. Y. 
Bryan (William Jennings). 1-4. 

(H 113187-113190, July 7, 1908.) 

Deardorff (Minnie P.). Newport, Pa. 

[172S1 
Newport. Pa., bird's eye view. (H 
111632, June 10, 190S : 2 c. May 26, 
1908.)* 

De Luxe art co. 



Let us alone. 
190S.) 

Denman (A. H.) 



Brooklvn. N. Y. 

ri72s2 
(F 66918, July S, 



Tacoma, Wash. 

[172S3 

Mt. Tacoma and Tacoma harbor. 
(H 112S31, July 6, 1908.) 
Demmon, (W. A.), Chicago. 111. 

[172S4-17287 
Boozers. (F 66079. May 27. 1908.) 

High roller. (F 66077, Mav 27, 
190S.) 

Prohibitionists. (F 66076, May 27. 
190S.) 

631 clowns. (F 6607S, May 27. 1908.) 

2 c. of each June 11, 1908. 

Denver Post, Denver Colo. 

[172SS-17299 
Adventures of the little Post Want 

ad. (F 66101, June 11, 190S.) 
— (F 66313, June IS, 190S.) 

(F 66515, June 26. 190S.) 

(F 66742, July 2, 1908.) 

(F 66965, July 9, 190S.) 

Doc Bird and Humdinger, etc. (F 

66050, June 10, 190S.) 
(F 66236, June 15, 1908.) 



268 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Denver Post — Continued. 

(F 66391, Jim. 22, 1908.) 

(F 66669, June 29, 3908.) 

Down timbers. (F 66670, June 29, 

1908.) 

Ruin and blame. (F 66237, June 

15, 1908.) 

When the salmon spawn. (F 67075, 

July 13, 1908.) 

Detroit pub. co., Detroit, Mich. 

[17300-17362 

Braddock, Pa. 1-3. (112195-112197, 
June 22, 1908.) 

Charlevoix, Mich. 1, 2. (H 112422, 
112423, June 20, 190S.) 

City of Cleveland (Steamer) 1-S. 
(H 111866, 111867, June 15. 1908, H 
112185-112190, June 22, 1908.) 

Detroit, Mich, ill 113296, July 11. 
1908.) 

Water parade, Belle Isle. a. 

B. (11 113156, 113166, July <;. 1908.) 

Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. Post hospital. 
(H 112621, July 1, 1908.) 

Fort Snelling, Minn, Fori Snelling 
bridge. (II L11826, June L3, 1908.) 

Frauconia Notch, N. II.. the flume. 
(II 111654, June 10, 1908.) 

Grand canyoD from O'Neil point, 
Ariz. (II 112424, June 26. 1908.) 

Homestead, Pa., Homestead steel 
works. (H 112052, June 17, 1908.) 

Hudson river, X. V.. day line Steam- 
ers passing the Highlands. (II 1 1 1 s2.~ 
June 13, 1908.) 

Lansing, Mich., capitol. (H 113164, 
July 0, 1908.) 

Little Traverse bay, Mich., Sunset. 
(H 112425, Juno 26, 1908.) 

Mackinac. Mich. Arnold's dock. (H 
112617, July 1, 190S.) 

Mackinack island, Mich. The Sen- 
tinel. (H 11242C). Juno 26, 1908.) 

Marquette. Mich. 1-S. (H 112427- 
112434, June 26, 190S.) 

The harbor. (H 112616, July 

1, 190S.) 

Manitou passing Harbor point, Mich. 
(H 11261S, July 1, 190S.) 

Mauretania (S. S.) (H 111552. 
June 8, 1908.) 

New York, N. Y. 1-3. (H 112550- 
112552, June 29, 190S.) 

Broad street. (H 112435, June 

26, 1908.) 

Harbor and Battery park. (H 

112619, July 1, 190S.) 

New York public library. (H 

111827, June 13, 190S.) 



_ 



Detroit pce. co. — Continued. 

Plaza hotel. (H 111S2S, June 

13, 1908.) 

Northland (S. S.) at Harbor Springs, 
Mich. (II 112136, June 26, 1908.) 

leaving Harbor Springs. (H 

113153, Jul^O, 1908.) 

Northwest (S. S.I leaving Harbor 
Springs, Mich. (II 112437, June 26, 
190S.) 

Old time schooner. (II 11243s. June 
26, 1908.) 

Petoskey, Mich. 1-7. (H 11 2 
112445, June _r,. 1D0S.) 

R. E. station and park. (H 

112620, .Inly 1. 1908.) 

Pit (si air- Pa. (II 112051, June 17, 
1908.) 

RoosevHt (Theodore) (H 111 

June s. 1908.) 

si. [gnace, Mich. 1. 2. (II 112446, 
11-1 IT. June 26, 1908.) 

si, Paul, Minn., steamboal landing 
and union station. <II 111829, June 
13, 1908.) 

We-que-ton-sing, Mich, l, 2. (H 
112 Ms. iiLM4!>. June 26, L908. 1 

Dickebman (Harris N.), P< 
Mae | it:;*;:; 

Tafi i Win. II. i. James S. Sherman. 

:. June 27. 190S.) 

I mi. i ' ( Ralph i. Chicago, 111. 
[173 

lurches (The).— Breakers (The). — 
Bridge at the turn of the road. — Even- 
ing, — Finishing touches. — Garfield 
park, Chicago.— Glade (The).— Old 
bridge.— Old home. — Old trysting 
place.— On the St. Joe river. — Peace. — 
Quiet spot. — Tomorrow is Friday. — 
Wayside home of Nathaniel Haw- 
thorne. — Wayside watering place. — 
Where echos answer.— Where the wild 
things call. — Where town and country 

-Wind comes whispering 
me. — Wood path. — Woodland road 
prints] (F GG647-G666S. June 
100S.) 
Ditsox (Oliver), Boston. M 

[173SG, 173S7 

Dance music. (F 66635, Jum 
1908.) 

Mocking bird. (F G67S9, July 3. 
190S.) 

Dodd (Mho M.), Portsmouth. Va. 

[IT 
Florida (U. S. S.), in Hampton 
Roads, Va. (H 112588, July 1, 1: 



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269 



Douglass (W. M.), Alcorn, Miss. 

[17389-17391 

Alcorn A. & M. college, Alcorn, Miss. 

1-3. (H 113145-113147, July 6, 1908.) 

Drake (June D.), Silverton, Oregon. 
H7392-17395 

Giant fir. (H 112636, July 1, 1908.) 

Mt. Angel, Oregon, Monastery. (H 
112390, June 25, 1908.) 

S. L. co.'s mill and pond. (H 
112098, June 18, 1908.) 

Twin fir. (H 112637, July 1, 1908.) ■ 

Drecker & co., New York, N. Y. 

[17396-17399 
Arnienonville restaurant at the 
Hotel Knickerbocker. A-D. (H 
111526-111529, June 8, 1908.) 

Drew (A. Farnsworth), New York, ! 
N. Y. [17400 

Mother-song. (G 1883S, June 25, ' 
1908.) 

Dugmore (A. Radcliffe), Newfound- 
land, N. J. [17401-17402 

Caribou herd. 

Migrating caribou. (H 111630, 
111631, June 10, 1908; 2 c. of each I 
May 22, 1908.) 

Dunn (Robert Lee), New York, N. Y. j 
[17403, 17404 
Taft and Sherman. A, B. (Hi 
113162, 113163, July 7, 1908; 2 c. of ! 
each June 26, 1908. ) 

Dunning (E. G.), New York. N. Y. 

[17405 

Sis, Me and Pa at the Flat-iron 
building. (F 66435, June 22, 1908; 
lc. June 22, 190S ; lc June 27, 190S.) 
Edison mfg. co., Orange, N. J. 

[17406-17431 ; 

Blue and the Grev. 1-6. (H 111675- 
1116S0, June 11, 190S.) 

Boston tea party. 1-5. (H 113297- 
113301, July 11, 1908.) 

Honesty is the best policy. 1-5. (H I 
112093-112097, June 18, 190S.) 

Love will find a way. 1-5. (H 
112374-112378, June 25, 190S.) 

Pioneers crossing the plains in '49. 
1-5. (H 11314S-113152, July 6. 190S.) 

Edmonston (David B.), Washington. 
D. C. [17432-17435 

Fireworks on monument grounds, j 
4th July, 190S. (H 113241, July 9, | 
190S.) 

Municipal building at night. (H 
113242. July 9, 190S.) 



Edmonston (David B.) — Continued. 

Wright (Gen. Luke), Secretary of 
War. U. S. A. 1. 2. (H 113287, 
113288, July 11, 1908.) 

Edwards (Anna W.), Favette, Ind. 
[17436, 17437 
Fayette, Ind., college campus. D. E. 
(H 112053, 112054, June 17, 1908.) 

Eickemeyer (Rudolf), Yonkers, N. Y. 
[17438-17442 

Blackbird's nest. (H 113172, Julv 
7, 1908.) 

Fleur-de-lis. (H 113171, Julv 7. 
1908.) 

Sawmill river in October. (H 
113174, July 7, 1908. 

Spiders nest. (H 113170. Julv 7, 
1908.) 

Winter. (H 113173, July 7. 1908.) 

Elliott (J. A.), Butte, Mont. 

[17443 
Montana buffalo. (H 112214, June 

22, 1908.) 

Elrod (Morton J.j, Missoula. Mont. 

[17444 
Mission mountains, Mont., panorama. 
(F 66302, June 18, 1908.) 

Elson (A. W.) & co.. Boston, Mass. 

[17445 
Holland cattle ; by Constant Troyon. 
(F 65S02, May 29, 1908; 2 c. June 1, 
1908.) 

English (H.>, Saltese. Mont. 

[17446-17449 

C. M. & S. P. bridge. 

Saltese. 

(H 11257S, 112579. June 30, 1908: 
2 c. of each June 15. 1908.) 

Taft. 2. 3. (H 112580, 112581, June 
30, 1908: 2 c. of each June 15, 1908.) 

Ericsson (C. E.), Black River Falls, 

Wis. [17450 

Black River Falls. Wis. From east 

side. 61. (H 112117, June 19, 1908.) 

Ebmhbins (John M.), Detroit. Mich. 

[17451 
Dinner pail. (F 66066. June 11, 
190S.) 

Erwin ( W. L.), Harper's Ferry, W. Ya. 
[17452-17477 

Bolivar Heights. 1, 2. (F 65385, 
653S6, May 15, 1908.) 

Brown ( John ) , capture of. ( F 653SS, 
May 15. 190S.) 

execution of. (F 65389, May 

15.1908.) 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv. n. «., v. 3 



Eewin (W. L.)— Continued. 

Old Ossawatomie. (F 65390, 

May 15, 1908.) 

Brown's (John) battle at Harper's 
Ferry. (F 65387, May 15, 1908.) 

fort. (F 65392, May 15, 1908.) 

residence, Kennedy farm. (F 

65391, May 15, 1908.) 

stronghold at Harpers Ferry. | 

(F 65393, May 15, 1908.) 

tomb and old homestead, Essex 

co., N. Y. (F 65394, May 15, 1908.) 

weapons at Harper's Ferry. (F 

65395, May 15, 1908.) 

Harper's Ferry, W. Va. 1-15. (F 
65396-65410, May 15, 1908.) 

2 c. of each June 22, 1908. 

Ewart (Wm. Earl), Topeka, Kans. 

[17478-17488 
[College pennant series.] 352-362. 
(F 66730-66740, July 2, 1908.) 

Fawcett (Waldon), Washington, 
D. C. [17489-17550 

Day (Frank) (H 111727, Juno 12. 
1908.) 

Folk (Jos. W.) (H 111717, June 
12, 190S.) 

on horseback. (H 111730. Juno 

12, 1908.) 

Folk (Mrs. Jos. W.) (H 11171S, 
June 12, 1908.) 

Gude (Madame) (H 111728, June 
12, 1908.) 

Gude (Ove) (H 111729, June 12, 
1908.) 

Hemenway (J. A.) (H 111732. 
June 12, 1908.) 

Johnson (John A.) 1,2. (H 111722, 
111723, June 12, 190S.) 

Johnson (Mrs. John A.) 1, 2. (H 
111720, 111721, June 12, 1908.) 

Kealing (J. B.) (H 111719, June ! 
12, 1908.) 

Mason (Stephen R.) (H 111726, 
June 12, 1908.) 

Pettigrew (R. F.) (H 111731, June 
12, 1908.) 

Roosevelt (President & Mrs.) (H 
111734, June 12, 1908.) 

Stone (William F.) (H 111736, 
June 12, 1908.) 

Taft (C. P.) (H 111733, June 12, 
1908.) 

Taft (Charlie) and horse. 1, 2. 
(H 111724, 111725, June 12, 190S.) 

Taft (Robert A.) (H 111735, June 
12, 1908.) 



Fawcett ( Waldon ) — Continued. 

Truehart (Philip W.) (H 111730, 
June 12, 1908.) 

Burrows (J. C.) — Burton (Theodore 
E.) — Cannon (Jos. G.) — Carpenter 
(Fred W.)— Ellis (Wade)— Fairbanks 
( Charles W. ) —Fairbanks ( Richard ) — 
Fisher (A. C.) — Hinds (Asher) — 
Hopkins (A. L.) — Le Seure (Helen) — 
Le Seure (Virginia) — Long (Chester 
I.)— Lyons ( Judson)— Taft (Char- 
lie) — Taft (Charlie) on roller skates. — 
Taft (Charlie) with camera.— Taft 
(Helen and Charlie)— Taft (William 
H.i— Taft (W. H.) on horseback.— 
Washington (Looker T.) [21 photo- 
graphs.] (II 112013-112033, June 17. 
1908.) 

Carnegie (Andrew) — Cassatt (Mrs. 
A. J.) — Harmon (Judson) — Harmon 
(Mrs. Judson)— Harmon grandchil- 
dren. — Hot Springs. 1-7. — Kern (John 
W.t Kern (Mrs. John W.) — Kern 
(John Worth), jr. — Kern (Miss 
Julia ) — Kern ( William) — Takahira 
(Baron i — Takahira (Baroness) — Tak- 
ahira (Miss) [20 photographs.] ill 
113362 113366, 113352-113358, 11 
113371, 113559-1133G1, July 13, 1908.) 

First Baptist chubch, Roswell, N. 

Mex. [17551,17552 

Roswell, x. Mex., First Baptist 

church. A, B. (II 112473, 112474, 
June 29, 190S.) 

Fiske (F. B.), Fort Yates, X. Dak. 

[17553-17560 
Indians. 46-53. (H 112480-112 
Juno 29, 1908.) 

i"i iisher bros., Philadelphia, Pa. 

[17561. 17562 

Fleisher brothers designs. 1. 2. (F 
66816, 6G317, June 19, 1908.) 
Fleming (J.), Chicago, 111. [17563 

Russian grizzly. (H 111665, June 
11, 1908.) 
Floe (Easton), Blue Earth, Minn. 

[17564,17565 

Busy day. (H 112099, June IS. 
1908.) 

River scene. 3. (H 112100, June 
18, 190S.) 
Forkner (W. R.). Anderson, Ind. 

[17586 

Mulcahv (Father) and his altar 
boys. (H 112794, July 6, 190S : 
June 23, 1908.) 

Fountain (Ruben Edward), Hildreth, 
Nebr. [175G7 

Cyclone cloud, Hihlreth. Xebr.. June 
4, '08. (H 112455. June 27, 1908; 2 c. 
June 19, 1908.) 



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271 



Fournier (Paul), East Aurora, N. Y. 
[17568, 17569 
Group of good Roycrofters. 
Hubbard (Elbert), Burr Mcintosh 
& Alexis Fournier. 
(H 111817, 111818, June 13, 1908.) 

Fowler (Ambrose), New York, N. Y. 
[17570-1 7572 
Long Beach, L. I. 1-3. (H 111814- 
111816, June 13, 1908.) 

Fox (George W.), Sioux Falls, S. Dak. 
[17573-17575 
Sioux Falls, S. Dak. 1-3. (H 
112546-11254S, June 29, 1908.) 

Gaines (T. R.), New York, N. Y. 

[17576, 17577 

If a body write a body. 

If your thoughts on me should dwell. 

(F 65S95, 65896, June 2, 1908; 2 c. 
of each June 12, 1908.) 

Galindo mfg. co., New York, N. Y. 

[17578 
Lusitania (Steamship). (H 112553, 
June 30, 1908; 2 c. June 24, 190S.) 

Gallagher & Gutter, Ely, Nov. 

[17579-175S1 
Broncho busting. 1-3. (H 113331- 
113333, July 13, 1908.) 

Galvin (Alice V. C), Braddock, Pa. 
[17582, 17583 
Braddock's defeat. (H 110499, May 
13, 1908; 2 c. June 5, 190S.)* 

(H 111178, May 29, 190S ; 2 c. 

June 11, 1908.) 

Gardner (Geo. C), Worcester, Mass. 

[17584 
Onset. (F 66919, July 8, 1908; 2 c. 
July 8, 1908.) 

Givens (J. D.), San Francisco, Cal. 

17585-17592 

Atlantic and Pacific fleet. A, B. 

(H 111708, 111709, June 10, 190S ; 2 c. 

each May 18, 190S.)* 

California (U. S. S.) (H 111713, 
June 10, 190S; 2 c. Apr. 29, 1908.)* 

San Francisco naval parade. A, B, 
C. (H 111710-111712, June 10, 1908; 
2 c. May 18, 190S.)* 

Santa Barbara, Cal., Potter hotel. 
(H 111715, June 10, 1908.) 

South Dakota (U. S. S.) (H 111714, 
June 10, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 29, 1908.)* 

Golling, (Benjamin C), St. Paul, 
Minn. [17593 

Miss S. (H 112791, July 3, 1908.) 



Goodman (Charles), Bluff, Utah. 

[17594, 1759.", 

Bluff, Utah. 1, 2. (H 112453, 

112154, June 6, 1908; 2 c. of each Apr. 

15, 1908.) 

Goodman (S.), New York, N. Y. 

[17596-17598 
New York, N. Y., Pennsylvania R. 
R. station. 1-3. (F 66976-66978, July 
10, 1908.) 

Gotham litiio. co.. New York, N. Y. 

[17599-17601 
Cherry girl. (G 19082, July 9, 190S.) 
Package girl. (G 19081, July 9, 

1908.) 

Shopper. (G 190S0, July 9, 1908.) 

Gbabach (John R.'i, New York. N. Y. 
[17602, 17603 

Lily leaf, a bull-frog and she. (H 
113306, July 13, 190S.) 

Seashore discovery. (H 112639. 
June 27, 1908 ; 1 c. June IS, 190S ; 1 c. 
July 13, 1908.) 

Graham (Jesse A.), Chicago, 111. 

[17604 
Taft (Wm. H.) (G 1SS09. June 17, 
190S; 2 c. June 11, 190S.) 

Gravenslund (J. H.), Kennewick. 
Wash. [17605 

Kennewick strawberries. (H111S49, 
June 15, 190S.) 

Gray lithograph co.. New York. N. Y. 

[17606, 17607 

Mignon. (G 18657, May 20, 190S.)* 

Shepherd boy. (G 18835, June 23, 

190S.) 

Greene (Arthur S.), Port Jefferson, 
N. Y. [1760S-17613 

Belle Terre, old homestead. 3S3. (H 

113143, July 6, 1908.) 

Lake at Stony Brook. 46S. (H 
112041, June 17, 1908; 2 c. June 18, 
190S.) 

Pond and main road, Miller place. 
466. (H 112042, June 17, 190S ; 2 c. 
June 18, 1908.) 

Setauket, Lake side house. 459. (H 

113144, July 6, 1908.) 

Setauket pond. 469. (H 112043, 
June 17, 190S; 2 c. June 18, 190S.) 

Stony Brook harbor. 491. (H 
113247, July 10, 1908.) 

Grollman (I.), Chicago, 111. 

[17614-17629 
[Merrv widow hat series. 1-16] (F 
66319-66334, June 19, 1908.) 



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Hainey (James B.), Pawnee, Okla. 

[17630-17640 
After the dance. — Oklahoma. — Old 
warrior. — Pawnee Bill and buffalos. — | 
Pawnee Bill and ranch house. — Pawnee 
Bill at home. — Pawnee Bill camels. — j 
Pawnee Bill trick horses. — Pawnee 
Indian brave. — Pawnee Indian mud 
lodge. — Relick of early days. [11 pho- 
tographs.] (H 112320, 112330, June j 

24, 1908; 2 c. June 24, 1908.) 

Hall (Geo. P.) & sow, New York,N. Y. 
[17641-17044 
New York, N. Y. 6046-6049. (H 
111742-111745, June 12, 1908.) 

Hammerle (Gus), Louisville. Kv. 

[17645-17(549 
Can you mend a broken heart. (F 
66242, June 15, 1908.) 

For rent. (F 86239, June 15, 1908.) 

I am waiting for you. 
June 15, 1908.) 

I'd like to lock you in my heart. 
1, 2. (F 66240, 66241, June L5, 1908.) 

Hanes (Elmer C), Driftwood, Pa. 

[17650 
Driscoll (Rev. M. J.). St. James 
R. C. church. (II 111195, May 22, 
190S; 2 c. Juno 25, L908.) 

Hann (J. B.), Bellingham, Wash. 

[17651 
Bellingham from Sehome heights. 

(H 112194, June 29, 1908.) 

Hanson (Mayxakd I).), Portland, 
Me. [17652 

Railway square. (H 112365, June 

25, 1908.) 

Harrington (J. C. F.), Decatur, 111. 
[17653-1770S 

Andes mountains, Chile. 1, 2. 

Bahia, Brazil. 1, 2. 

Bolivian Indian feast days. 1-3. 

Bridgetown, Barbados. 1, 2. 

Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1-S. 

La Paz, Bolivia. 1-12. 

Montevideo, Uruguay. 1-4. 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 1-10. 

Santiago, Chile. 1-9. 

Santos, Brazil. 1. 

Valparaiso, Chile. 1, 2. 

Volcano Ollagua, Bolivia. 

(H 112663-11271S, July 2, 190S; 2 c. 
of each July 1, 1908.) 

Harris (Edward G.), Denver, Colo. 

[17709-17713 
Nobody wants me. (F 66S50, July 
6, 1908.) 



Harris (Edward G.) — Continued. 

Say Tommy, let's make up. (F 
66848, July 6, 1908.) 

Sweethearts. (F 66849, July 6, 
190S.) 

Tom-the-braiser. (F 66S52, July 6, 
1908.) 

We are not afraid, mamma. (F 
GGS51, July 6, 190S.) 

Harris (Frank L.), Camden, Maine. 

[17714-17724 

Harris cat studies. 53-63. (H 

112725 11273r>. July 2. 1908; 2 c. of 

each June 24, 1908. i 

Harris * Ewing, Washington, D. C. 
[17725-17729 
Sherman (James S.) (H 112274. 
.Tunc 23. 190S.) 

Taft (Mr.) (H 112270, June 23, 
1908.) 
Taft, at the phone. (II 112271, June 

2:;. l'.m-. , 

Taft ( .Miss Belen) (H 112273, June 
2:;. L908.) 

Taft (William II. 1 (II 112272. 
June 2:;. L908.) 

Harvey (Fred), Kansas City, Mo. 

[17730-1 

St from Hopl point. (II 1! 
July 7. 1908.) 

Carres hotel. (II 113198, Jul 

Grand canyon cast froi 
point. (II 112829, July «;. 19< 

Grand canyon from Hopi point. <H 
113199. July 7. 1908.) 

Indian gardens, Bright Angel trail. 
(II 113200, July 7. 1908.) 

One mile of trail. (II 112150, June 
26, 1908.) 

(H 113201, July 7, 1908.) 

Ruins of Abo church. 1, 2. (H 
113207, 113206, July 11, 1908.) 

Hawkins (Theodore P.), Carson City, 
Nev. [17739 

First house in Nevada, built b 
noa 1851. (H 111633, June 10. j 

Hazzard (John E.), L\ S. 

[17710-17744 

Ain't it awful Mable? (F 66433, 
June 23, 1908.) 

(F GGG78, June 29. 19 

(F 66743, July. 2, 1908 

- — (F 66871, July G, 1908 

(F GG973. July '■'. 



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273 



Head (Emmet), Quincy, 111. [17745 

Lincoln (Abraham), Stephen A. 
Douglas, Washington park, Quincy, 111. 
(H 112002, June 17, 1908.) 

Hiesrodt (Jay), Albany, N. Y. 

[17746, 17747 
George G. (F 66776, July 3, 1908.) 
Major Delmar. (F 66777, July 3, 

1908.) 

Hill (Harry E.), Fort Pierce, Fla. 

[17748-17752 

Bloom of pineapple. (H 112266, 
June 23, 1908.) 

Florida, Summer in south. 570, 571. 
(H 112832, 112833, July 6, 1908.) 

Indian river, moonlight on. (H 
113372, July 13, 1908.) 

Milk and honey. (H 112265, June 
23, 1908.) 

Hippodrome co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

[17753 
Cleveland, Ohio, Hippodrome. (H 
113158, June 25, 1908; 2 c. June 30, 
1908.) 

Hirth (E. A.), Waukon, Iowa. [17754 
Waukon high school. (H 112055, 
June 17, 1908.) 

Hooker ( Cortez A. ) , Evart, Mich. 

[17755 
Mother partridge nesting. (H 
112591, July 1, 1908; 2 c. July 6, 1908.) 

Howard (Frank B.), Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. [17756 

Courtney (Charles E.) 1-3. (H 
112416-112418, June 26, 1908.) 

Hutt (Henry), New York, N. Y. 

[17757-17763 

Ball room scene. (F 66258, June 10, 
1908.) 

Bathing girl. (F 66255, June 10, 
1908. 

Easter head. (F 66254, June 10, 
1908.) 

Girl in walking suit. (F 66257, June 
10, 190S.) 

Girl, looking down. (F 66256, June 
10, 1908.) 

Golf girl. (F 66259, June 10, 1908.) 

Railway scene. (F 66948, July 8, 
1908.) 

Indianapolis engraving & electrotyp- 
ing co., Indianapolis, Ind. [17764 

Indianapolis, the pivot city. (F 
|66016, June 8, 1908.) 

50572—08 2 



Ingersoll (Truman Ward), St. Paul, 
Minn. [17765, 17766 

Glad hand from St. Paul. 1, 2. (F 
66684, 66685, June 1, 1908,) 

International committee of Y. M. 
C. A., New York, N. Y. 

L 17767, 17768 

Hurdler. — Medicine ball. (G 19058, 
19059, July 2, 1908 ; 2 c. of each June 
26, 1908.) 

Jaeger (J. F.), Washington, Mo. 

[17769-17770 

Dutzow, Mo., St. Vincent's church. 
(H 112212, June 22, 1908.) 

Union, Mo., Church of Immaculate 
Conception. (H 112213, June 22, 1908.) 

James & Btjshnell, inc., Seattle, 
Wash. [17771-17773 

Gotch (Frank) 

Robt. Fitzsimmons, Dr. B. F. 

Roller. 1, 2. 

(H 112810, 112808, 112809, July 6, 
1908.) 

Johnson (C. T.), Jaffrey, N. H. 

[17774 
Old Shattuck elm, Tkomdyke pond. 
(H 112210, June 22, 1908.) 

Johnson co., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

[17775-177S1 
Great Salt lake. 1-5. (H 113258- 
113262, July 10, 1908.) 

Olson (Ola), 2786, 2787 (H 112S25, 
112826, July 6, 190S.) 

Johnston (F. E.), Pittsburg, Pa. 

[177S2 
In dog land. (F 66437, June 13, 
190S.) 

Johnston (R. W.) studio, Pittsburg, 
Pa. [177S3 

July 4, 1908. (H 112415, June 26, 
1908.) 

Jones (E. Smythe), Louisville, Ky. 

[17784 
Rose that bloometh in my heart. (F 
66303, June 17, 1908.) 

Jones (O. J.), Manteo, N. C. [17785 
Oregon inlet, N. C, U. S. life-saving 
station and crew. (F 66526, June 26, 
1908.) 

Judge co., New York, N. Y. 

[177S6-17790 

Keep your eye on the paper that 
filled the dinner pail in '96. (F 66390, 
June 22, 1908.) 



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Judge co. — Continued. 

Little Johnny and the Teddy bears. 

(F 66271, June 16, 1908.) 

(F 66304, June 18, 1908.) 

(F 66728, July 2, 1908.) 

(F 66961, July 9, 1908.) 

Jukes (Mark Frederick), Rawlins, 
[17791-17798 



(H 113251, 113252. 



(II 113253, 113254, 



Wyo. 



leaver. 



(H 
(IT 

(H 
(II 



Wyo. 

Brownell. 1, 2. 
July 10, 1908.) 

Holman. 1, 2. 
July 10, 1908.) 

Line up, Rawlings, 
113351, July 13, 1908.) 

Bobbins (Harry) on 

113255, July 10, L908.) 
Bobbins (Ron) on Tom Born. 

113256, July 10, L908.) 
Bobbins (W. J. ) on Gin Fizz. 

113257, July 10, 1908.) 

Jul i.w & Kokenge ( o.. Cincinnati, 

Ohio. [17799 

Cincinnati. (II 112585, July 1, 

1908.) 

Keitiii.i.v & Bucheb, Washington, 
D. C. I L7800 

President's Bouvenir r««si card. (H 
112793, July 3, 1908.) 

Kellogg: studio, Cuba, N. V. 

[17801-17805 
Lake Cuba 469, 470, 471 176. | n 
112827,112828, July 4, 1908; II 113337- 
113339. July 13, 1908.) 

Kimball & sow, Concord. N. H. 

[17806 17812 

Pomfret school, chapel. 1-7. ( II 
112504-112510, June 29, 1908.) 

Kinsey (Darius), Seattle, Wash. 

[17813-17826 
Big Index nits, from Barring, Wash. 
X 137. (H 112261, June 23, 1908.) 

[Logging industry, Washington.] X 
120, X 124-X 127, X 130, X 131, X 133. 
X 135, X 136. (H 112251-112260, 
June 23, 1908.) 

Skykomish river, Wash. X 138- 
X 140. (H 112262-112264, June 23, 
1908.) 

Kirby (Charles M.), Dixon, Cal. 

[17827 
Struggle (The). (H 112217, June 23, 
1908.) 

Knaffl & bro., Knoxville, Tenn. 

[17828-17847 

Alma. — Auto girl. — Beulah. — Blue 

eyes. — Cherry blossoms. — Daffodils. — 



Knaffl & bro. — Continued. 
Day dreams. — Eunice. — Gray muff. — 
Hortense. — Idle thoughts. — K o d a k 
girl. — Kodaking. — Lady Clare. — Laura. 
— Lilies. — Lucy. — Rosalie. — Rose buds. 
— Rowena. [20 photographs.] (H 
112641-112660, July 2, li 

Knoedleb ( E. L.), New York. X. Y. 

[17848,17849 

Little Miss Maitland; after George 
Romney. ( F 66170, June 13, 190S.) 

Way of the sun ; Pass the bottle 
round. I W 65993, June 6, 1908.) 

Koenecke (Robert L.) 
Telephone girl. (F 66049, June 10, 

1!H IV, 

KoPALD i Will R.), Chicago, 111. 

[17861 
Tafty-kid. (G 18933, June 15, 1908: 
i! c. Juno 29, 1908.) 
Kbaubhaab (C. w.i. New York, N. Y. 

Little love affair, i r 65691, June 6, 

Kn.iiii to.. Newark, X. J. [17868 
Newark baseball team. ( II 111671, 

June 11, 1908.) 

,1.1 COMMERCIAL PHOTO CO., Now 
York. N. V. 

Boston, Mass., First church of 
Christ Scientist. I II 112192, Juj 
19(06.) 

Laitz ill. r..i. Topeka, Kana [17855 

Hurley (J. B.), general mai 
. . . and staff. (II 112218, June 23, 
1908; 2 c. June 13, 1908.) 

Laveccha (John), Chicago, 111. [17856 
Planches (Italian embassador) ban- 
quet, Auditorium annex. (H 112456, 
June 27, 1908; 1 c. June 1, 190S; 1 c. 
June 27, T- 

Lawrence (Geo. R.) co.. Chicago, 111. 
[17857- : 

Chicago. International ballooning 
contest. Aero park. July 4. 190S. (H 
113250, July 10, 1908.) 

Golden Gate, Fleet entering. I II 
113249. July 10, 1908.) 

Republican national convention. 
iseum, Chicago, June 16, '08. (H 
112103. June 17, 1908.) 

Rockefeller and Libertyvllle, 111. (H 
112137, June 20, 1908.) 
Lemon (Leon B.), Cleveland, Ohio. 

1 1 7861 

Forest Hill, home of John I). Rock- 
efeller, Cleveland, Ohio. (H U 
July S, 1908.) 



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275 



Lenz (William), Osakis, Minn. [17862 

Luke Osakis, Minn., spearing pick- 
erel at inlet. (H 113309, June 30, 
1908.) 

Lewis (Geo. Edward), Bryantville, 
Mass. [17863-17865 

Bryantville, Mass., Main st. (F 

66822, July 6, 1908.) 

Hanson, Mass., Maquan pond. (F 
66821, July 6, 1908.) 

Pembroke, Mass., Stetson's pond. 
(F 66820, July 6, 1908.) 

Lidgerwood mfg. co., New York, N. Y. 
[17866-17952 
Cableway views. 1-87. (F 66545- 
66631, June 27, 1908.) 

Life publishing co., New York, N. Y. 

[17953 
Her window. (F 66686, June 30, 
1908.) 

Lincoln (Robert T.), Chicago, 111. 

[17954 

Lincoln (Abraham) ; by G. P. A. 
Healy. (H 113245, July 10, 1908.) 

Linehan-Loveland co., Pittsburg, Pa. 
[17955, 17956 

Boston bar association, members. 
(F 65755, May 27, 1908; 2 c. May 28, 
1908.) 

Suffolk district medical society, 
members. (F 66243, June 15, 1908; 
2 c. June 16, 1908.) 

Lipsey (Otis W.), Tampa, Fla. 

[17957, 1795S 

Freak of nature. (H 1125S7, July 
1, 190S.) 

Lake Teochudkee, Fla. (H 112586, 
July 1, 1908.) 

Littig (W. T.), & co., New York, 
N. Y. [17959-17961 

Amherst college. (F 66057, June 10, 
190S.) 

University of Vermont. (F 66058, 
June 10, 1908.) 

Wesleyan university. (F 66056, 
June 10, 1908.) 

Loeffler (August), Tompkinsville, 
N. Y. [17962, 17963 

New Hampshire (U. S. S.) (H 
112834, July 6, 1908.) 

Chester (U. S. S.) 1186. (H 112109, 
June 19, 1908.) 

Loris (John T.), New York, N. Y. 

[17964, 17965 
Atra, the invulnerable. 1, 2. (H 
113304, 113307, July 13, 1908.) 



Lowell (John A.) bank note co.. 

Boston, Mass. [17966 

Tucker (William Jewett) (F 66385, 
June 22, 1908.) 

Lumber underwriters, New York, 

N. Y. [17967 

Fireman. (F 66094, June 11, 1908.) 

Lumiere studio, Omaha, Nebr. 

[17968-17969 
Bryan (William Jennings). 1, 2. 
(H 112909, 112910, July 6, 1908.) 

Lynch (Benjamin J.), Marvsville, 

Cal. "[17970 

Yuba county sportsman. (H 112219. 
June 23, 1908.) 

Lyons-Cochrane studio, Charleston, 

W. Va. [17971-17975 

Charleston, W. Va., Edgewood park. 

1-5. (113319-113323, July 13, 1908; 

2 c. of each June 30, 1908.) 

Maccallum (Jas.), St. Louis, Mo. 

[17976 
Follow the fleet around the world. 
(F 65812, June 1, 1908; 2 c. June 19, 
1908.) 

McCless (J. E.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[17977 

Lincoln (Abraham). (F 66799, Julv 
3, 1908; 2 c. June 25, 1908.) 
MacDonald (Pirie). New York. N. Y. 
[17978,17979 

Loomis (Charles Batelle) B. (H 
112193, June 22, 190S.) 

Nicoll (De Lancey) D. (H 112194, 
June 22, 1908.) 

MacGerald (Willis), Chicago, 111. 

[179S0 
What you want. (F 66205, April 
30, 1908; 2c. June 15, 190S.) 
Mann (F.), Roscommon, Mich. 

[17981-17987 

Gay lord, Mich. 1-7. (H 112034- 

112040, June 17, 1908; 1 c. of each 

June 4, 1908; 1 c. of each June 17, 

1908.) 

Marceau (Theo. C), New York, N. Y. 
[17988-17993 
Fulton (Mrs. M.) 1-6. (H 113210- 
113215, July S, 1908.) 
Mariner (Geo. E.), La Crosse, Wis. 

[17994-17996 
La Crosse, Wis. 1-3. (F 66025- 
66027, June S, 1908.) 
Marken & Bielfield, Frederick, Md. 

[17997 
Schley (Winfield Scott), his flag and 
Richfield his birthplace. (F 66017, 
June 8, 1908.) 



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Marrin (John J.). New York, N. Y. 

[17998 
Home of the cocktail. (H 112345, 
June 25, 1908.) 

Marsh (Karl), Warren, Pa. 

[17999-18004 
Pennsylvania state college, State 
College, Pa. 1-6. (F 6G806-GG811, 
July 6, 1908.) 

Mathers (Jesse L.), McKinleyville, 
Cal. [18005, 18006 

Wooden horse. 1. 2. (H 113236, 
113237, July 9. 190S.) 

Mayer (Sig), Cincinnati, Ohio. 

[1S007-18012 
Taft (Win. H.) 1-6. F 65558- 
65563, May 21, 1'ins: 2 c. of each June 
10, 1908.) 

Meek company, Coshocton, Ohio. 

[1801:;, 18014 
June beauties. (G 18996, July 2, 
1908.) 

Vainqueur 51369. (G 18997, July 2, 
1908.) 
Meiser (Jesse A.), Eureka. Cal. 

[18015-1^>2I 

Cummings, Cal.- -Days catch at Big 
Lagoon. — Harris, Cal. — Hunting scene 
in the Redwoods. — Jewett rock and 
Yolo Bolo. — Looping the loop. — Over- 
land auto route.— Redwoods, Hum- 
boldt co.. Cal. — Sherwood, Cal 

Willetts hotel. [10 photographs.] 
(H 111688-111697, Juno 11, 1908.) 

MELIES (Geo.)i Paris, France. 

[18025-18029 

Love and molasses. (II 113160, July 
7, 190S.) 

Mishaps of the Now York-Paris race. 
(H 112318. June 25, 1908.) 

Mystery of the garrison. (H 113161, 
July 7, 1908.) 

No trifling with love. (II 112349, 
June 25, 1908.) 

Pageant, dedication festival. (H 
111634, June 10, 1908; 2 c. June 11, 
1908.) 

Mench (Phil), Clear Lake. Iowa. 

[18030-1S032 
Clear Lake, Iowa, The Outlet. IS 
(II 112220-112222, June 23, 1908.) 

Meredith bros., Peoria, 111. [1S033 

M. W. A. foresters battalion III. (F 
66014, June 8, 1908.) 

Merrill (Edward G.), Salem, Mass. 

[1S034 
Parlor pets. (H 111664. June 10, 
190S; 2 c. May 9, 1908.) 



Mexican land & cattle investment 

co., Santa Barbara, Cal. [18035 

Sombrero (El). (H 112400, June 26, 

1908.) 

Miller (C. R.), McCloud, Cal. [18036 

Mt. Shasta. 233. (H 111877, June 
15, 1908.) 

Miracle pressed stone co., Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. [18037-18043 

Extra collar of cement. 

Filling in with neat cement. 

Fit tin- together edges of joints of Y. 

Inside view of completed T. 

Leveling up edges of joint with neat 
cement. 

Outside view of completed T. 

Trimming oul edges of joint. 

(H 111842-111848, June 15, v. mi- 
2 e. June IT,. I: 

Hup. N. Mex. 

Gallup, N. Mex. (II 111801, June 
13, 19 

Mitchell (Edw. H.), San Fran 
Cal. 
Santa Cruz, Cal., Santa Cnn mis- 
founded 179:',. i <; 19074, July 7. 
1908.) 

Mit'mi.it <.Toiin J.) co.. New 

X. Y. [18046, 18047 

American fashions. Sartorial art 
.il. June, 1908. A. B. (F 62170, 
62171, Jan. j7. 1908; 2 c. of each June 
08.) 

Moffat, Yard a- co., New York, N. Y. 
[1804 
(Jill with the purple feather; by 
Howard Chandler Christy. 

Seashore girl : by Howard Chandler 
Christ v. July 3, 

190S; 2 c. of each July 2, VMS.) 

Moffett studio, Chicago, 111. 

[18050-1 

Reed (Dr. Chas. A. L.) (H 11 

July (I, 1908.) 

Republican national committee. (H 
111579, June 0. 1908.) 

Sherman (James S.) 1-4. (H 
112281-112281. June 24, 1908.) 

Taft (Charles P.) (H 111850, June 
15. 19 

Towne (Charles A.) ill 1 
July G. 1008.) 



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277 



Monro (Walter), Middleton, Del. 

[18058, 18059 

Odessa, Del., Old Drawyer's church, 

200th anniversary. (H 112068, 1120G9, 

June 17, 1908; 2 c. of each June 11, 

1908.) 

Morgan (Chas. M.), Bloornington, Ind. 

[18060 
Indiana university. (H 112170, 
June 22, 1908.) 

Morrison (Paul R.), Catskill, N. Y. 

[18061 
Catskill mountains, morning mists. 
(H 112215, June 22, 1908.) 

Nash (Herman), Pueblo, Colo. - 

[18062-18068 ; 

Bruin inn. (H 113294, July 11, 
1908.) 

Elephant rock. (H 113289, July 11, 
1908.) 

North Cheyenne canon. 1-3. (H 
113290-113292, July 11, 1908.) 

October reflections. (H 113295, 
July 11, 1908.) 

Pike's peak. (H 113293, July 11, 
1908.) 

2 c. of each July 13, 1908. 

National photograph co., Chicago, 111. 
[18089, 18070 

Akron girl. (IT 112724, July 2, 
1908.) 

Genevieve. (H 112719, July 2, 1908.) 
Neal (Edna L.), Lynn, Mass. [18071 

Rebekah emblems. (H 111747, June 
12, 1908.) 

New York evening telegram (New 

York herald co.), Jersey City, 

N. J. [18072-18171 

Abbott (Willis J.), and Mrs. Abbott. 

(F 66902, July 7, 1908.) 
Adventures of Miss Polka Dot. (F 

66207, June 9, 190S.) 

(F 66217, June 15, 1908.) 

(F 66392, June 22, 1908.) 

(F 66671, June 29, 1908.) 

(F 66877, July 6, 1908.) 

(F 67084, July 13, 1908. 

Arrival of the automobile train at 
Brown Palace hotel, Denver. (F 
66954, July 8, 1908.) 

Auditorium, view of the exterior. 
(F 66771, July 2, 1908.) 

Basmore (Mrs. B.) and Mrs. S. 
Barets. (F 66890, July 6, 1908.) 

Book taught Bilkins. ( F 66208, June 
9, 190S.) 

(F 66266, June 16, 1908.) 



New York evening telegram — Cont'd. 

(F 66436, June 24, 1908.) 

(F 66724, July 1, 1908.) 

(F 66899, July 7, 1908.) 

(F 67110, July 14, 1908.) 

Bryan (Chas.) (F 66966, July 9, 
1908.) 

Bryan boomers. (F 66888, July 6, 
1908.) 

Bryce (Ambassador and Mrs.) (F 
66373, June 20, 1908.) 

Burton (Rep. Francis), Nixon (Har- 
rison Lewis), etc. (F 66997, July 10, 
1908.) 

Cannon (Uncle Joe) delivering ad- 
dress. (F 66397, June 22, 1908.) 

Clark (Mrs. Lucy A. Rice), of Utah. 
(F 06400, June 22, 1908.) 

Clayton (Representative Henry D.) 
(F 66967, July 9, 1908.) 

Cohalan (Daniel F.) (F 66992, July 
10, 1908.) 

Lewis Nixon, etc. (F 66898, 

July 7, 1908.) 

Committee on arrangements. (F 
66768, July 2, 1908.) 

(F 60872, July 6, 190S.) 

Dahlman (J.) and Chas. Bryan. (F 
66955, July 8, 1908.) 

Dahlman (Cow-boy Mayor James 
C.) and Roger C. Sullivan. (F 66886, 
July 6, 1908.) 

Democrats on burros. (F 66885, 
July 6, 1908.) 

Depew (Senator Chauncey) and Job 
E. Hedges. (F 66403, June 22, 1908.) 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. (F 
66168, June 12, 1908.) 

(F 66218, June 15, 1908.) 

■ (F 66372, June 20, 1908.) 

(F 66398, June 22, 1908.) 

(F 66540, June 27, 1908.) 

(F 66672, June 29, 1908.) 

(F 66S7S, July 6. 190S.) 

(F 66880, July 6, 1908.) 

(F 67000, July 10, 190S.) 

(F 67085, July 13, 1908.) 

Dunn (Ignatius), who is to nomi- 
nate Bryan. (F 66957, July 8, 1908.) 

who will make speech placing 

Bryan in nomination. (F 66994, July 
10, 1908.) 

Excursionists (The), prominent 
Democrats on burros. (F 66881, July 
6, 1908.) 



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New York evening telegram — Cont'd. 

First photograph of Democratic con- 
vention in session. (F 67091, July 13, 
1908.) 

Gompers (Samuel) (F 66341, June 

19, 1908.) 

Grady (Thomas F.) (F 66900, July 
7,1908.) 

Guffey (Col. James) (F 66999, July 
10, 1908.) 

Headier (Dist. Atty. General H. S.) 
(F 66874, July 6, 100S.) 

Heaps of snow dumped In street near 
Convention hall. (F 67092, July 13, 
1908.) 

Hitchcock (Frank H.) (F 66375, 
June 20, 1908.) 

Hitchcock (Gilbert M.) (F 61 
July 10, 1908.) 

Johnston (Col. R. M.), T. Taggart, 
Thos. M. Hunter and Norman E. Mack. 
(F 66879, July 6, 1908.) 

Kern (J. W.), smiling over bis vice- 
presidential hooin. iF 66897, July 7, 
1908.) 

Leavitt (Mrs. Ruth Bryan) (F 
670S9, July 13, 190S.) 

Leavitt'a (Ruth Bryan) club. (F 
66876, July 6, 1908.) 

Lynch (F. P..). Johnson's manager. 
(F 66901, July 7, 1908.) 

McCarren (Sen. P. H.). I F 66896, 
July 7, 1908.) 

McCormick (Mrs. Medill), Robinson 
(Miss Cornie), Longworth (Mrs. Nich- 
olas) (F 66995, July 10, 1906.) 

Meeting of Democratic national com- 
mittee considering contests, i F 66993, 

July 10, 190S.) 

Moulton O. H.) (F 66374, June 20, 
190S.) 

Natives watching the gathering of 

convention crowds, i F 67087, July 13, 

1908.) 

New York delegation at work. < F 
66401. June 22, 3908.) 

going to convention. (F 6639-1, 

June 22, 1908.) 

going to last day of convention. 

(F 66393, June 22, 190S.) 

New York's delegation's corner of 
great Convention hall. (F 66371, June 

20, 190S.) 

Ohio delegatiou. (F 66102, June 22. 
1908.) 

Oklahoma delegation. (F 66998, 
July 10, 1908.) 



New York evening telegram — Cont'd. 

Opening doors of the Convention hall. 
(F 66342. June 19, 1908.) 

Opening of the fourteenth Repub- 
lican national convention in Ch 
(F 06343, June 19, 1908.) 

Patterson (Sen. Thos. M.). (F 
89, July 6. 1908.) 

Pilgrim's progress. ! F 66127, June 
11, 1908.) 

(F 66284, June 17, 1908.) 

(F 66465, June 25, 1908.) 

(F 66767, July 2, 1908.) 

i F 66953, July S, 1908.) 

President's daughter in Convention 

hall, i F. 66370, June 20, 190S.) 
Puggy Poodles. (F 66126, June 11, 

PHIS., 

(F 66340. June 19, 1908.) 

(F 66463, June 25, L9 

(F 66772, July 2, 1908.) 

(F 66968, July 9, L901 

Scholtz I E. I..) and W. F. EL Mills. 

(F 66875, July 6, V 

Sherman (James 8.) (F 66396, 
Juno 22, T. 

Speakers platform 
13, L908.) 

Speakers stand. . I F c 

P. H.S.I 

Special pose on the excursion train 
of Mrs. J. E. Osborne. « I' 66884, July 
6, 1908.) 

Squad of cowgirls. (F 67088, July 
13, L908.) 

'1 aggart, 
66883, July 

Taggarl 



I F 67090, July 

July 8, 



Mack. Dalhman, 
6, 190* 
(Thomas) and 



etc. (F 



Senator 



M. Teller. I F 66769, July 2, 

.Thos.. (F 66882, July 6, 



Henry 
1908.) 

Taggart 
L908.) 

View at the speakers stand and press 
stand. (F 06770. July 2, 1908.) 

Well-known politicians discu- 
the probability of the vice-president. 
( F 66873, July 6, 1908.) 

Wilson (J. C), oldest delegate. (F 
66369, Juue 20, 190S.) 

Wisdom of Wiseheimer. (F 66204, 

June 13, 1908.) 

(F 66399, June 22. P. 

(F 66539. June 27, 1908.) 

(F 66SS7. July 6. 1908.) 

(F 670S6. July 13, 1906.) 

Woodruff (Tim). (F 66395. Juue 

22, 190S.) 



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279 



New York Herald company. Jersey 
City, N. J. [18172-18216 

Angelic Angelina. (F 66109, June I 
11, 1908; 2 c. June 13, 1908.) 

(F 68118, June 11, 1908; 2 c. I 

June 20, 1908.) 

(F 66124, June 11, 1908; 2 c. | 

June 27, 1908.) 

— — (F 66752, July 2, 1908; 2 c. 
July 6, 1908.) 

(F 66758, July 2, 1908; 2 c. 

July 10, 1908.) 

Ba-Ba. (F 66110, June 11, 1908; 
2 c. June 13, 1908.) 

(F 00115, June 11. 1908: 2 c. 

June 20, 1908.) 

( F 00121, June 11, 1908 ; 2 c. 

June 27, 1908.) 

(F 00751, July 2, 1908; 2 c. 

July 6, 1908.) 

( F 60757, July 2, 1908 : 2 c. 

July 10, 1908.) 

Buster Brown. (F 00112, June 11, 
1908; 2 c. June 13, 1908.) 

(F 00119. June 11, 190S; 2 c. 

June 20, 1908.) 

(F 06125, June 11, 190S; 2 c. 

June 27, 1908.) 

(F 00749, July 2, 1908: 2 c. 

July 0, 1908.) 

(F 66755, July 2, 190S; 2 c. 

July 10, 1908.) 

Buster Brown. 190S. (F 66265, 
June 16, 190S.) 

Eastward travel across Atlantic now 
reaches maximum. (F 66891, July 
6, 1908.) 

Fleet includes the Mauretania. (F 
67093, July 13, 1908.) 

Fluffy Ruffles. (F 66113, June 11. 
190S: 2 c. June 13, 1908.) 

(F 66345, June 19, 1908; 2 c. 

June 20, 1908.) 

-IF 00i02, June 25, 1908: 2 c. 

June 27, 190S.) 

(F 0074S, Julv 2. 1908; 2 c. 

July 0, 1908.) 

(F 66958, July 8, 1908: 2 c. 

July 10, 1908.) 

Little Nemo in Slumberland. (F 
66107, June 11. 190S ; 2 c. June 13, 
1908.) 

(F 60114. June 11, 190S; 2 c. 

June 20, 190S.) 

(F 00120. June 11. 1908; 2 c. 

June 27, 1908.) 

( F 00754. July 2. 1908 : 2 c. 

July 0. 1C0S.) 



New York Herald company — Cont'd. 

(F 66760, Julv 2. 1908; 2 c. 

July 10, 1: 

Majority of transatlantic liners now 
Ling eastward! < F 66673, June 
29, 1908.) 

Monkey shin*-* of Marseleen. (F 
66111, June 11, 1908; 2 c. June 13, 
1908.) 

(F 66116, June 11. 190S : 2 c. 

June 20, 1908.) 

(F 66122, June 11. 1908; 2 c. 

June 27. 1908. 1 

(F 66750, July 2. 1908; 2 c. 

July 0. 1908.) 

(F 66756, July 2. 1908; 2 c. 

July 10, 1908.) 

News [tern. Mr. Stout, the barbed 
wire magnate . ao automobile 

tour. rune 19, 1908; - •-. 

June 20. 19 

Rush of summer tourists on At- 
lantic ci,;, s at fleet. < V 6< 
June 22. 1908; 2 c. June 2::. 1908. 

Sherman 1. Tamos s. ) at Chicago 
convention. (F 66405, June 22, 1908.) 

at his desk. I F 66404, June 22. 

1908.) 

Terrors of the tiny t;;. 
June 11, 1908: 2 c. Juue 13, 1908.) 

(F 66117, June 11, 190S : 2 c. 

June 20. 1908.) 

(F 00123. June 11, 190^: 2 c. 

June 27. 1908.) 

» F 00753. July 2, 1908 : 2 c. 

July 0, 190S.) 

(F 00759. July 2, 1908: 2 c. 

July 10, 190S.) 

Three new steamships of the Atlan- 
tic fleet bouud for New York. (F 
G0209, June 15, 1908.) 

To smile perchance to laugh. (F 
00747, July 2, 1908: 2 c. July 0, 190S.) 

New York Times company. New York, 

N. Y. [18217 

Some impressions of the passing 

show. (F 00370, June 20, 1908: 2 c. 

June IS, 190S.) 

Xewell (Lafayette Van Buren), 

Portsmouth. X. H. [18218 

D. D. G. Sachem G. W. Coram and 

suite, Massasoit tribe, Portsmouth, 

X. H. (G 1SS30, June 24, 1908.) 

Xiemeyer (Frederick C), Dubuque, 
Iowa. [1S219 

Twentieth century madonna. (H 
11210S, June 19, 190S.) 



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Noetox (Wm. W.), Detroit, Mich. 

[18220 
How injunctions operate. (F 66982, 
July 10, 1908; 2 c. July 3, 1908.) 

Novelty photo co., Whitehall, Wis. 

[18221-18224 
Grandma Benson, 103 years old. Dec- 
oration day, 1908. 1-A. (H 111883- 
111886, June 4, 1908 ; 2 c. of each June 
8, 1908.) 

Nowell (Frank H.), Seattle, Wash. 

[18225-18227 
Eskimo and child nursing. 4304- 
4306. (H 111651-111653, June 10, 
1908.) 

Nutting (Wallace), Southburv, Conn. 
[18228 18260 
Above tbe orchard. — America su- 
perba. — Apple arch. — Beauty of the up- 
lands. — Berkshire bend.— Berkshire 
birches. — Berkshire brook. —Berkshire 
path. — Birch strand. — Blossom val- 
ley. — Buckland cross road. — By a Berk- 
shire pool. — Corner of the lake— Cot- 
tage on the floss. — Crabapple blooms. — 
Down the hill to school. — Flowering 
time.— From the old bridge. — Happy 
valley. — Highland blossoms. — Honey- 
moon drive. — In upland New Eng- 
land. — In white satin gown. — Nutting- 
hame blossoms. — Nuttinghame 
row. — Old greening in bloom. — Old 
Massachusetts. — Purling river. — Queen 
of May. — Rural bride. — Silver grey. — 
Under the blossoms. — Whitsunday. 
[33 photographs.] (H 112287-112819, 
June 24, 1908; 2 c. of each June 23, 
190S.) 

Oakes (M. L.), Seattle, Wash. 

[18261 
Seattle and Mt. Rainier. (II 112908, 
July 6, 1908.) 

Olson (W. O.), Alexandria, Minn. 

[1S262-1S273 
Alexandria, Minn. 1-3. (H 113313- 
113315, June 30, 1908.) 

greetiugs from. (H 112079. 

June 18, 1908.) 

Osakis, Minn., Lake Osakis. 1-8. 
(H 1120S0-112087, June IS, 1908.) 

Orlady (Geo. B.), Huntingdon, Pa. 

[18274 

Philadelphia, Pa., Masonic rooms, 

Videll's alley. (G 19075, July 7, 190S.) 

Osborne co., New York, N. Y. 

[18275-18301 
Able seaman. 2* by 6. (F 66942, 
July 8, 190S.) • 



Osborne co. — Continued. 

After the opera. 3§ by 5& ; 8* by 11. 
(F G60S2, 66083, June 9, 1908.) 

14 -rV by 20 iV (F 66443, June 

24. 1908.) 

Already. 2h by 6. (F 66988, July 
10. 1908.) 

Contentment 6 by 8. (F 66813, 
June 27, 1908.) 

Girl in pink. 2* by 6. (F 66987, 
July 10, 1908.) 

His roses. 2* by 6. (F 66985, July 
10, 1908.) 

Honeymoon in Venice. Si bv 10$; 
24 by 18f. (F 66931, 66932, July 8, 
1908.) 

Katrina. 71 by 13. (F 66939, July 
8, 1908.) 

Lady Demure 31 l>v 7. (P 66084, 
Jinn- 9, 1908. 1 

71 by 13. (F 66812, June 2T, 

1908.) 

12 by l 6442, June 24, 

Midsummer days. 2\ by 6. (F 
66041, July 8, 1008.) 

New Tear's caller. 2\ by 6. (F 

, July 10, 190$ 
Old boys' stag party. (F 06930. July 

8, L908.) 

Posy dawn. t;j by 4*. (F 66984, 
July 10, 1908.) 
Puritan. 4] by 6. (F 66086, June 

9, 190 

Red and gray. 2 A by 6. (F 66940, 
July 8, 1908.) 

Rosey dawn. 7 bv 10*. (F 66934, 
July 8, 1908.) 

Shepherdess and her flock. 17 by 
9*. (F 66441, June 24. 1908.) 

Venice. 1-4. (F 66935 66938, July 
8, 1908.) 

Winter. 8} by 13. (F 66933, July 

S, 1908.) 

Otis lithograph co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
[18302-18309 
Don Philippini. 1 sheet. 3 sheet. 
(G 1S730, 1S731, June 1, 190S.) 

Girl (The) of tbe sunny south. 1, 2. 
(G 19087, 190S8, July 11, 1908; 2 c. 
of each July 9, 1908.) 

Oldfield (Barney). Auto races. (G 
19089, July 11, 190S.) 

world's premier motorist. (G 

19079, July 9. 1908; 2 C July 7. 1908.) 

Wanted by the police. (G 19085, 
190S6, July 11, 190S: 2 c. July 9. 190S.) 



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Ottenheimer (I. & M.), Baltimore, 
Md. [18310-18320 

Home aiut nothin' like this. — I got 
mine. — I have decided to remain 
here. — I have my hands full. — I'm 
awfully busy. — I'm in the swim. — I'm 
making quite a splash here. — I think 
I will remain here. — Som'thin' doin'. — 
Surroundings here are delightful. — 
We keep this under cover. [11 prints] 
(F 66149-66456, 66459-66461, June 24, 
1908; 2 c. of each July 7, 1908.) 

Outcault (R. F.), Flushing, L. I., 
X. Y. [18321-18358 

Autumn shades and ideas. (F 
66479, June 25, 1908.) 

Bloom out. (F 66497, June 25, 
190S.) 

Burglars again. (F 66509, June 25. 
1908.) 

Choose your millinery. (F 66476, 
June 25, 1908. 

Dwindled prices. (F 66507, June 
25. 190S.) 

Enticing spring millinery. (F 66492, 
June 25, 1908.) 

Everything for weddings. (F 6649S, 
June 25, 190S.) 

Fashion feast. (F 664S6, June 25. 
190S.) 

Follow nature. (F 66496, June 25, 
1908.) 

Get ready for Easter. (F 66493, 
June 25, 1908.) 

Get ready for summertime. (F 
66500, June 25, 190S.) 

It's June. (F 66499. June 25, 190S.) 

Keep cool. (F 66504. June 25, 
1908.) 

Lookout. (F 66506, June 25, 1908.) 

Mav is coming. (F 66494, June 25, 
1908.) 

Melted prices. (F 66505, June 25, 
190S.) 

New (The). (F 664S4. June 25, 
1908.) 

New sale. (F 66508, June 25, 190S.) 

Outing outfits. (F 66502, June 25, 
190S.) 

Over garments at under prices. (F 
664S7, June 25, 1908.) 

Peep. (F 66495, June 25, 190S.) 

Prepare for parties. (F 66490, 
June 25, 1S0S.) 

Price thaw. (F 66483, June 25, 
1908.) 

Robbed. (F 66512, June 25, 190S.) 



Outcai !.i (ii. F.) — Continued. 

School time. (F 66475, June 25, 
1908.) 

Show you. (F GG501, June 25, 
1908.) 

Showers of spring coats. (F 6G4S5. 
June 25, 1908.) 

Suit yourself. (F 6647S, June 25, 
190S.) 

Things from Paris. (F 66488, June 
25, 1908.) 

Warm clothes. (F 66489. June 25, 
1908.) 

We have what. (F 66480, June 25, 
1908.) 

What? Are you going. (F 66510, 
June 25, 1908.) 

What to give. (F 664S1, June 25, 
190S.) 

White goods. (F 6G4S2, June 25, 
1908.) 

Wrap. (F 66491, June 25, 190S.) 

Yes burglars did it. (F 66511. June 
25, 190S.) 

Your choice. (F 66477. June 25, 
1908.) 

Your vacation. (F 66503, June 25, 
190S.) 

Oxford-print. Boston. Ma><. 

[1S359-1S370 
Don't you believe it. — Fair show. — 
Few facts. — Figure it out. — Good way 
to build business. — It's common knowl- 
edge. — National reputation. — Qual- 
ity. — Red hot talk. — Straight to the 
mark.— Three reasons. — Y\~e want to 
interest you. [12 prints.] (F 661S4- 
66195, June 13. 1905 : 2 c. of each June 
16, 190S.) 

Pach bros., New York. N. Y. 

[1S371-1S385 

Crane (Senator W. M.) (H 111796, 
June 12, 190S.) 

McClellan (Mayor George B.) S7476 
A-C. (H 111793-111795, June 12, 
1908.) 

Metropolitan tower view. South; 
West. S7730. (H 112419, 112420. 
June 26, 1908.) 

Taft (Sec'y), wife and son. S7742 
A-C. (H 112720-112722, July 2. 190S.) 

Taft (Chas.) S7743. (H 112723, 
July 2, 1908.) 

Taft (W. H.) 87674 A. B. D. E. G. 
(H 112246-112250, June 23, 190S.) 

Paine studio, Washington, D. C. 

[1S3S6-1S388 
Brvan (Wm. Jennings). (H 111699, 
June 11. 1908.) 



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Paine studio — Continued. 

bust photo. (H 112543, June 

29, 1908.) 

Taft (Wm. PI.) £ figure sitting. 
(H 112749, July 2, 1908.) 

Parfitt (William), Goshen, Ind. 

[183S9 
Citizens of Boyville. (H 113230, 
July 9, 1908.) 

Parker (Surry), Pine Town, N. C. 

[18390-18403 
132-145. (F 66147-66160, June 12, 
1908.) 

Pea-cock (Thomas Brower), Denver, 
Colo. [18404 

First white woman born in America. 
(F 66853, July 6, 1908.) 

Pearce (Joseph N.)> Philadelphia, Pa. 

! L8405 
Winter girl. (H 111510, June 8, 
1908.) 

Pelham operating co., New York, 

N. Y. [1S40G 

Gasolene diaphragm pump. (H 

112191, June 22, 1908.) 

Pelot (Alma A.), Augusta, Ga. 

[18407 
Randall (Jas. R.). postal card souve- 
nir. (F 65S14, June 1, 190S ; 2 c. June 
10, 190S.) 

Penfield (N. W.), New York, N. Y. 
[18408-18410 
Rector [James A.| 103;', 1048, 1053. 
(H 111635-111637, June : > ». 1908.) 

Pennington (John S.), New Wash- 
ington, Ohio. [18411. 18412 
New Washington, Ohio. A, B. (H 
112757, 112758, June 24, 190S.) 

Perry (Lee Austin), Caldwell, Kans. 

[18413 
Rock Island train at state line, Sept. 
16, 1S93. (H 113246, July 10, 1908.) 

Phelan (A. B.), New York, N. Y. 

[18414, 1S415 

Giganic bugs at Columbia library. 
(H 111740, June 12, 1908.) 

Giganic owl on the Brooklyn bridge. 
(H 111739, June 12, 1908.) 

Pictorial news co., New York, N. Y. 
[18416-18435 
Bryan (William J.) 1-20. (II 
112762-112781, July 3, 1908.) 

Pierrot (A. G.), Chicago, 111. [18436 
Republican campaign ballot post 
card. (G 18850, June 26, 190S : 2 c. 
June 25, 1908.) 



Pierson & co., Seattle, Wash. 

[18437, 1S438 
Connecticut (U. S. S.), Admirals 
Sperry. Evans and President Roose- 
velt. (H 111687, June 11, 1908.) 

Temple De Hirsch. (H 1116S6, June 
11, 190S.) 

Pioneer press, St. Paul, Minn. 

[18430 
In 190S. (F 66741, July 2, 1908.) 

PLUMMES (A. W.), Lisbon, N. H. 

[18440 
Paradise falls. (H 111741, June 12, 

1908.) 

Plummeb (F. a), Seattle, Wash. 

[18441 

Seattle harbor and Atlantic fleet. 
(II. 112198, June 22. 1908.) 

Polk (J. P.), Washington, I>. < . 

Bwannanoa. HI 113190, July 7, 
1908.) 

Woods path. (II 113195, Jnlv 7, 
L908.) 

Pobteb (Edgab A.), Chicago, 111. 

Why pull od a rope. (F 66248, June 
If.. L908; 2 c. June 10, 1908.) 

Pobteb (Milton Edson), Albuquerque, 

N. Mex. [1S445-1S447 

Lamma. pueblo of. (H 112057, June 
17. 1908.) 

scene at. (II 112058. June 17, 

1908.) 

Padre Jose. (H 112056, June 17, 
L908.) 

Pobteb (S. B.), Salt Lake City, Utah. 
[18448-1* 
Afternoon tea. — At the rendezvous. — 
Fair motorist. — Vanity. \4 prints.] 
(F 66920-66923, July 8, 190S.) 

j Preston (Sherwood), Jersey City. N. J. 

[ 1 S452 
Khouri Madonna. (H 111701. June 
j 12, 1908.) 

Trixce (George). Washington, D. C. 

[1S453-1S456 
Taft (Wm. Howard), cabinet: 8 by 
1 10; 11 by 14: 18 bv 22. (H 112120- 
112123, June 19, 1908.) 

Proctor & Gamble co.. Cincinnati, 
Ohio. . [18457-1* 

Come on in. — Southern beauties. — 
Story of a straw hat. [3 prints.] (F 
66387-66389, June 22. 190S.) 



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Putnam (E. D.). Antrim, N. H. 

[18460 

Antrim, N. H., Old home day and 
dedication. (H 112747, July 2, .1008.) 

Raba (E.), San Antonio, Tex. 

[18461 
Crockett (David) ; by Chapman. 
(H 112126, June 20. 190S : 2 c. Juno 14. 
1908.) 

Rand. McXally & co.. Chicago, 111. 

[18462-18469 

Breakfast. — Morning. — Whoa! 
Whoa! [3 prints.] (F 66062, 66063, 
66061. Juno 10, 1908.) 

Great question. — In the orchard. — 
Old stile. — Pleasures of life. — Under 
the spreading chestnut tree. [5 
prints. 1 (F 66641-66645, June 29, 
1908.) 

Eatj (William II.). Philadelphia, Pa. 
[18470, 18471 

Vixen (U. S. cruiser) 26297, broad- 
side : 26298, f bow. (H 113243, 113244, 
July 9, 1908.) 

Raymond (Maurice F. >. Cleveland, 
Ohio. [18472, 18473 

Raymond, master of miracles. (G 
19061, July 3, 1908.) 

Raymond metempsychosis. (G 

19060, July 3, 1908.) 

Real estate exchange. New London. 

Conn. [18474 

Bathers. (F 6604S, May 27. 1908.) 

Reed (Marion), Omaha, Xebr. 

[18475 
Fish story. (F 65640, May 23, 
1908; 2 c. June 13, 1908.) 

Robbins (H. I.), Boston. Mass. 

[18476-18506 

Christmas greetings. 1176. 1179- 
1181. (G 18965-18968, July 1, 1908.) 

Merry Christmas. 1059-1073, 1175, 
1177, 117S, 1182-1190. (G 18969- 
18995, July 1, 1908.) 

Robinson (Lee L.), Jeffersonville. 

Ind. [18507 

Hello Central, give us Taft. (F 

6690S, June 20, 190S ; 2 c. Jnlv 8. 

1908.) 

Rochester academy of men's clothes 
cutting inc., Rochester, X. Y. 

[1S50S 
Practical lay. (H 110766, May 20. 
1908; 2 c. June 26, 1908.) 

Roebuck (Alvah C), Chicago, 111. 

[18509-1S5S0 
Heart of the Rockies. 1-72. (H 
112S35-112906, July 6, 1908.) 



Rose (Frank Lloyd). Nantucket, 
Mass. [18581-18582 

He laughs best. (H 112101, June 18, 
1908.) 

Who laughs last. (H 112102. June 
18, 1908.) 

Rossiteb (Will), Chicago, 111. 

[18583-18598 
But she told her beau on him. (H 

112603, July 1, 1908.) 

Every time I see some Indians. (H 
112600, July 1, 1908.) 

I just kill a few. (H 112608, July 1, 
190S.) 

I've changed my name from Finkel- 
stein. (H 112609*, July 1, 1908.) 

Just to shoot wild Indians. (H 
112595, July 1, 1908.) 

Left his home. (H 112596, July 1, 
1908.) 

Met a pretty cowboy girl. ( H 112597, 
July 1, 1908.) 

Now Yonkle made love to the girl. 
(H 112602, July 1, 1908.) 

To his friends he sent a note. ■ (H 
112598, July 1, 1908.) 

Western life is fine. (H 112599, July 
1, 1908.) 

When I think of the pawnshop busi- 
ness. (H 112607, July 1, 1908.) 

With a shooter in his hand. (H 

112604, July 1, 1908.) 

Yonkle Finklestein. (H 112594, July 
1, 1908.) 

Yonkle the cowboy Jew. (H 112601, 
July 1, 1908.) 

Yonkle then commenced to pray. 
(H 112606, July 1, 1908.) 

You tenderfoot. (H 112605, July 1, 
1908.) 

Roy (L. M. A.), La Crosse, Wis. [1S599 
Laughing cat. (H 112471, June 27, 

1908.) 

Roys (J. E.), Bloomsburg, Pa. 

[18600, 1S601 
Bloomsburg. Pa. 1. 2. (H 11211S, 

112119, June 19, 190S.) 

Rude (A. D.) & son. Xew York. X. Y. 

[18602, 1S603 

Modern fashions, fall and winter, 

190S-9. A. B. (G 19077, 1907S, July 

1, 1908: 2 c. of each July 2, 1908.) 

Rusk & Andrews. Haines Falls, N. Y. 

[18604 

Twilight inn. (H 112070, June 18, 
190S: 2 c. June 19, 190S.) 



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St. Joseph photo co., St. Joseph. Mo. 
[18605, 1860G 
South St. Joseph, Mo., 1908. A, B. 
(H 112061, 112060, June 17, 1908.) 

Sander (Philip), New York, N. Y. 

[18607 
Our next president. (F 66729, July 
2, 1908.) 

Sargent (Lester L.), Haverhill. Mass. 

[1S60S 
Kenoza lake. (F 66632. June 27, 
1908.) 

Schmidt (John Robert), Cincinnati, 
Ohio. [1S609-1S611 

Cincinnati. Ohio. Sinton bote]. (II 
112569, June 30, 1908.) 

Cincinnati (Balloon) in flight. (H 
112350, June 24, 190S.) 

Taft (Win. It.) and James S. Sher- 
man. (H 112351, June 24, 190S ; 2 c. 
June 23, 1908. 1 

Schrader & Dennis, Three Oaks, 

Mich. [18612 

Birds that made Three Oaks 

famous. (II 112124, June 20, 1908.) 

Schumachee *fc MiRiMiv, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. [18613 

Cincinnati, Ohio, Statue of the Im- 
maculate Conception. (H 112107, 
June 19, 1908; 2 c. June 1, 1908.) 

Shattuck (L. E.), New York. X. V. 
[18614. 18615 

Day (Chancellor James K.) of Syra- 
cuse university. (H 112457, June 27. 
1908.) 

Herbert (Mr. and Mrs. Victor) and 
Miss Ella Herbert. (H 112136, June 
20, 1908.) 

Shaw (Jeremiah II.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. [18616 

Grand old party. 1856-1908. Stand- 
ard bearers. (G 1S440, Apr. 3. 190S; 
2 c. June 24, 190S.) 

Sheahan (M[aurice] T.), Brookline, 
Mass. [1S617, 18618 

Best girl that wants. (F 67014, 
July 13, 1908.) 

Which'll yer have Bill Taft er Bill 
Bryan. (F 66979, July 10, 1908.) 

Siegel (Henry), Brooklvn, X. Y. 

[1S619-1S62S 

Best wishes. 1, 2. (F 66911, 66012, 
July 8, 1908.) 

Colorado, greetings from. (F 66133, 
June 12, 1908.) 

Denver, greetings from. (F 66132, 
June 12, 1908.) 



Siegel (Henry) — Continued. 

Greetings from. 1, 2. (F 66913, 
66914, July 8, 190S.) 

Many happv returns. i F (.6915, 
July S, 190S.) 

President of the United States. (F 
66917, July 8, 1908.) 

To my dear. 1, 2. (F 66909, 66910, 
July S, 1908.) 

Silberer (D. D.) bros.. New York. 
X. Y. [18629 

Windy girls. (F 66060, June 10, 
190S.) 

Simplicity co., Chicago, 111. [1SG30 
1 tea son why. i F 60087, June 11, 
1908.) 

Sloan (J. V.) a co., New York, X. Y. 

[18631 
Absence makes the heart grow 
fonder. (G 18821, June 18, 1908.) 

Smith (John Lincoln), Zanesville. 
Ohio. 
Eagle Rube hand. Zanesville, Ohio. 
1. 2. (II 1127."!*. 1127<it>. June 17, 

Smith (Mask W.)i I> ns Angeles, Cal. 
I 18( 
Bachelor (The. (F 66805, July 6, 

flern philosophy, i F 66804, July 
6, 1908.) 

Smith (Sterling C), North Yakima. 
Wash. [1863&-18651 

Battle ships on Puget sound. 1655. 
(II 111998, June 16, 1908; 2 c. June 17, 
L908.) 

Columbia river, Oregon. 282. (H 
112063, June 17, 1008; 2 c. June 18, 
1908.) 

Connecticut (Flagship) 1657, 1650, 

KIT:.. (H 111000. 112000. June 16. 
1908; 2 c. of each June 17, 1908 
112067, June 17. 1908; 2 c. June 18, 
1908.) 

Great battle ship parade. Seattle, 
Wash. 1652. (H 111007. June 16, 
1908; 2 c. June 17, 19<- 

Kearsarge (U. S. S.) 1649, 1650. 
(H 111994, 111005, June 16. 1908: 2 c. 
of each June 17, 1908.) 

Mt. Eagle Cap from Divide lake. 
Oregon. 303. (H 112064, June 17. 
190S; 2 c. June IS, 190S.) 

Nebraska and Wisconsin (Battle- 
ships) 1663. (H 112001. June 16. 
190S: 2 c. June 17, 1908.) 



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nos. 27-31, July, 1908 



285 



Smith (Sterling C.) — Continued. 

Pillar of Hercules, Columbia river, 
Oregon. 709. (H 111992, June 16, 
190S; 2 c. June 17, 1908.) 

Seattle from flagship Connecticut. 
1651. (H 111996, June 16, 1908; 2 c. 
June 17, 1908.) 

Wisconsin (U. S. battleship) 80, 
1674. (H 112062, 112066, June 17, 
1908; 2 c. of each June 18, 1908.) 

Wisconsin and Nebraska (Battle- 
ships). 1647. (H 111993, June 16, 
1908; 2 c. June 17, 1908.) 

1666. (H 112065, June 17, 

1908; 2 c. June 18, 1908.) 

Smith (W. S.), Meadville, Pa. 

[18652-18735 

[Stereoscopic photographs] 1412, 
1415, 1407, 1409, 1704-1706, 1702, 1709, 
1602, 1608, 1611, 1609, 1014, 1603, 1604, 
1616, 1617, 1600. (H 78658-78661, 
78672-78686, June 4, 1906.) 

Alexandria, Egypt. 707. (H 78649, 
June 4; 1906.) 

Antwerp, Belgium. 303, 304. (H 
78709, 78708, June 4, 1906.) 

Athens, Greece. 2300. (H 78776, 
June 4, 1906.) 

Bingen, Germany. 1905. (H 78669, 
June 4, 1906.) 

Brussels, Belgium. 300, 301. (H 
78706, 78707, June 4, 1906.) 

California. 1548, 1557-1559. (H 
78754, 7S700, 78701, 78755, June 4, 
1906.) 

Canada. 1004, 1007-1009, 1011-1014. 
(H 78651, 78653-78657, 78704, 78705, 
June 4, 1906.) 

Edinburg, Scotland. 201. (H 78740, 
June 4, 1906.) 

Egypt. 701, 704, 706. (H 78646, 
78650, 78647, June 4, 1906.) 

Genoa, Italy. 413. (H 7S720, June 
4, 1908.) 

Georgetown, Colo. 1532. (H 78745, 
June 4, 1906.) 

Lake Worth, Florida. 1546. (H 
78753, June 4, 1906.) 

Loch Katrine, Scotland. 206. (H 
78736, June 4, 1906.) 

London, England. 100, 101, 103, 105, 
107. (H 78725, 78665, 78726, 78666, 
78667, June 4, 1906.) 

Milan cathedral, Italy. 409. (H 
78663, June 4, 1906.) 

Minnehaha Falls, Minn. 1538. (H 
78751, June 4, 1906.) 

Monte Carlo, Monaco. 1806. (H 
78783, June 4, 1906.) 



Smith (W. S.)— Continued. 

Moro Castle, Havana, Cuba. 1101, 
1102. (H 78732, 78731, June 4, 1906.) 

Orangfos, Norway. 2203. (H 78775, 
June 4, 1906.) 

Reidesheim, Germany. 1907. (H 
78668, June 4, 1906.) 

Rome, Italy. 405-407, 412, 418. (H 
78719, 78718, 78710, 78711, 78715, June 
4, 1906.) 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 1541. (H 
78752, June 4, 1906.) 

San Francisco, Cal. 1571. (H 
78690, June 4, 1906.) 

Seoul Korea. 2406, 2407. * (H 
78771, 78772, June 4, 1906. , 

Stockholm, Sweden. 2104. (H 
78786, June 4, 1906.) 

Switzerland. 2001, 2013, 2014. (H 
78734, 78723, 78722, June 4, 1906.) 

Thebes, Egypt. 702, 703. (H 
78644, 78648, June 4, 1906.) 

U. S. 9th infantry, Peking, China. 
2400. (H 78779, June 4, 1906.) 

Venice, Italy. 410, 411, 415, 417. 
(H 78664, 78717, 78716, 7S662, June 4, 
1906.) 

Washington, D. C. 1512, 1514-1516, 
1519. (H 78762, 78695, 7s*J94, 78696, 
7S69S, June 4, 1906.) 

Yellowstone national park. 1527. 
(II 78743, June 4, 1906.) 

2 c. of each June 13, 190S. 

Sniff (Alta Belle), Columbus, Ohio. 

[1S736 
Harris (Gov. Andrew L.) (H 
112275, June 24. 190S; 2 c. June 17, 
1908.) 

Spencer (Hugh), St. Cloud, Minn. 

[18737, 18738 
St. Cloud, Minn., the dam. 674, 675. 
(H 111737, 111738, June 12, 190S.) 

Squires (C. F.), Lawrence, Kans. 

[18739 
Squires* madonna. (H 112059, June 
17, 1908.) 

Stacy (Charles E.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[1S740 

Group of American Indians. (H 

112278, June 24, 1908.) 

Stanlaws (Penrhyn), New York, 

^N. Y. [18741-18749 

Automobile girl. (F 66260, June 

| 10, 1908.) 

Girl and man in conversation. (F 
I 66264, June 10, 1908.) 

Girl and two men in evening cos- 
tumes. (F 66262, June 10, 1908.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Stanlaws ( Penbhyh ) — Continued. 
Girl in evening gown, walking. (F 

66263, June 10, 1908.) 

Head and bust of girl in ball-room 

gown. (F 66261, June 10, 1908.) 
Kids. (F 66945, July S, 190S.) 
Lovers. (F 66947, July 8, 1908.) 
Tennis girl. (F 66946, July 8, 190S.) 
'01. (F 66944, July 8, 1908.) 

Stebrins (Nathaniel L.), Somerville, 

Mass. [18750 L8755 

Salem (U. S. S.) 18673, 1S67H. 18676, 

18681, 18683. (II 112379-112383, June 

25, 1908; 2 c. of each July 3, 1908. 1 

18679. (H 112479, June 29, 

190S; 2 c. July 3, 19ns., 

Stereo-travel company, Corona. L. L, 
N. Y. [18756-18855 

Anuradhapura, Ceylon. 1-16. 

Ceylon. 1-22. 

Ceylon (near Kandy). 1-11. 

Colombo, Ceylon. 1-17. 

Kandy, Ceylon. 1-18. 

Kandy lake, Ceylon. 1-9. 

Mt. Lavinia. CeylOO, 1-7. 

(H 111892-111991, June 16, 1908. 1 

Stolzenberger (E. A.), New Albany. 
Ind. 

Almighty dollar. (F 660S6, June 11, 
190S.) 

Stone (Arthur L.), West minster, 
Mass. [1SS57, 1S85S 

Princeton, Mass., Mt. Wachusett, 

Summit house. A, B. (H 112800, 
112S01, July 6, 1908 ; 2 c. of each June 
26,1908.) 

Stonecipher (C. XL), Chicago, 111. 

[18S59, 1SS60 
Precious Blood church. 1, 2. (H 
113209, 113208, July S, 1908.) 

Storck (Jay F.), Cleveland, Ohio. 

[1SS61-1S865 
Storck' s (Jay F.) Dutch beer girl. 
1^5. (H 112338-112342, June 24, 
190S.) 

Stout (H. E.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[1SS66 
King Clair. (H 111670, June 11, 
1908.) 

Strauss (Charles William), Boston, 
Mass. [18867 

Universal fire alarm box guide. (H 
112560, June 29, 190S.) 



Streeter (G. A.), Shawnee, Okla. 
[IS- 
Tornado formation. 1, 2. (H 112276. 
I 112277, June 24, 190b ; 2 c. of each 
June 13, 1908. | 

Strobbidqe lithographing co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. [18870- -1* 

[Posters] N. Y. 12745, X. Y. 12746. 
(G. 18502, 18563, May 1. 1908; 2 c. of 
each, June 22. 1908. | 

N. Y. 12763. (G 18596, May »;, 

1!h»s : 2 c. June 22. 1908 

X. Y. 12771. 

1908; _' c. June 22, 1908.) 

X. Y. 12767, N. V. 12775, X. Y. 

12785. <<; 18681, isf.sj. L8687, May 
l'.;. 1908; 2 .-. ,,f each July 2, J> 

x. Y. 12777. m May 

08; 2 <_•. July 16, v. I 

X. V. llV.n. X. V. 1- 

L8751, 18752, June :;. L908; 2 c. of each 
July 2. 1908.) 

X. V. 12768 X. V. 12770, X. Y. 

12809, N. V. 12810, \. v. 12812. (G 
18748-18750, 18754 18756, Jul 
2 c. of each July 16, 1908.) 

X. V. 12778, N. Y. 1L'7'.»';. \. v. 

12816, X. V. 12820. (G 18783, ]s T s7. 
L8788, 18792, June 8, 
each July i«;, 1908.) 

snioi - >s., Baltimore, Md. 

-'."•18893 
High art clothing. Designs 1, 2. 

i V 66513, 6651 1. Juno 26, l: 
Designs :;. -). (G Ivs39, 18840, 

June !'•;. L908.) 

Stud well (Joseph A. R.), Brooklyn, 
X. Y. 
Brighton Beach girl of L908. (G 
19063, July «.». 1908.) 

Suteo (Theodore), New York, x. Y. 

[18895 

Clinton (Floreno 3t Cecilia. 

(H 100411. Apr. 15, 190S ; 2 c. May 

21. 1908.)* 

Sweet nRos., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Mackenzie lodge and grounds. (H 
113341, July 13, 1908.) 

Switzer (C. C). Yictor, Iowa. 

Yictor high school. (H 112163, Juue 

22, 190S.) 

Sylvester (Harry Eh), Maiden, Mass. 
L88 

Divided attention. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
nos. 27-31, July, 1908 



287 



Sylvester (Harry E.) — Continued. 

Street scene in Verona. 

(F G6080, 00081, June 11, 1908; 1 c. 
of each June 3, 1908 ; 1 c. of each June 
27, 1908.) 

Tammen (H. H.), Denver, Colo. 

[18900-1S912 

Denver, Colo., Lakeside park. 10003, 
10034, 10035. (F 66516-6651S, June 
26, 1908.) 

Indians. 3420-3425. (F66095-6G100, 
June 11, 1908.) 

[4 prints] 982, 985, 987, 988. (F 
65492-65495, May 16, 190S ; 1 c. of each 
May 10, 1908; 1 c. of each May 28, 
1908.*) 

Tangen (Ed.), Boulder, Colo. 

[18913, 18914 

Making a daring leap on the top of 

chaotic Mount Mnemosyne, garden of 

the Titans, Mount Morrison, Colo. 650, 

651. (H 112541-112542, June 29, 1908.) 

Taylor (Robert Lyle), Hammond, 

Ind. [18915 

Lights and shadows in the life of 

Burns. (F 64994, Apr. 29, 190S : 2 c. 

June 8, 1908.) 

Tennant (H. F.), East Hampton, 
Conn. [18916 

Hehron, Conn., base ball team. (H 
112761, July 3, 1908.) 

Tennant & Ward, New York, N. Y. 

[18917 
Photo miniture [knight] (F 66130, 
June 10, 1908.) 

Tobias (J. H.), Lancaster, Ohio. 

[18918, 18919 
Reeves' (Judge John G.) residence. 
1, 2. (H 112007, 112008, June 17, 
1908.) 

Toggart (Marshall W.)» Bayonne, 
N. J. [18920-18929 

Commandments. I.-X. (G 18S10- 
18S19, June 17, 190S.) 

Townsend (Chas. A.), Belfast, Maine. 
[18930-18945 
Belfast, Maine. 1-6. (H 112610- 
112615, July 1, 1908.) 

Brooks, Maine. 1-9. (H 112495- 
112503, June 29, 1908 ; 2 c. of each June 
30, 1908.) 

City of Rockland (Steamer). (H 
112936, July 6, 1908.) 

Townsend (Charles F.), Des Moines, 
Iowa. [18946 

Kodak girl. (H 113206, July 8, 
1908.) 



Tribune CO., Chicago, Hi. [18917-18953 
Danny dreamer. (F GG053, June 10, 
1908.) 

(F 66429, June 23, 1908.) 

Howind (Miss Kate), the most beau- 
tiful woman in Norway. (G 18837, 
June 25, 1908.) 

Mamma's angel child. (F GG054, 
June 10, 1908. ) 

(F GG427. June 23, 1908.) 

Old Oppie Dilldock. (F 66055. June 
10, 1908. ) 

(F 66428, June 23, 1908.) 

Tbostbud (Alexander), Chicago, 111. 
[18954 -18959 

Chicago. 111., Coliseum. (F 66837, 
July G. 1908. I 

Holy Trinity church, (F < 

July 3. 1908.) 

Edgewater U. S. postal station, Chi- 
cago. 111. (F <;(;-_T)2, June 10, 1908.) 

Mounted mail carrier. (F 66253, 
June 10, 190S.) 

Street railway mail car. (F GG250, 
June 10, 190S.) 

LT. s. special deliyery messenger, Chi- 
cago, 111. (F GG251, June 10, 190S.) 

Troy steam laundry. El Paso, Tex. 

[18960 
Bill, son of Dick. (F 6G943, July 

8, 1908. ) 

Turner (C. Y.). New York. N. Y. 

[18961 
Burning of the Pegsy Stuart. (F 
66279, June 17, 1908.) 

Tyler, photographer. New York. X. Y. 
[18962, 18963 
Kneisel quartette. A, B. (H 112752, 
112753, July 2, 1908.) 

Ullman mfg. co., New York, N. Y. 

[1S964-1S972 

As the sky appeared to them. — 
Dawn. — Drifting. — Two souls with 
but a single thought. — Wreckage. [5 
prints] (F 6G2SS-66292, June 17, 
190S.) 

Farewell. — G o s s i p . — Holding the 
skein . — Waiting. [4 photographs] 
(H 112009-112012, June 17, 190S.) 

Underhill (Irving), Jersey City, N. J. 

[18973-18979 

Lusitania (S. S.) C 6663. (H 

112635, July 1, 1908 ; 2 c. July 3, 1908.) 

New York, N. Y. C 6612, C 6613, E 
386. (H 111S02-111S04, June 13, 
1908.) 



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Underhill ( Irving ) — Continued. 

D 413, C 6662. (H 112632, 

112633, July 1, 1908 ; 2 c. of each July 
3, 1908.) 

E 391. (H 112592, July 1, 

1908; 2 c. July 3, 190S.) 
Underwood & Underwood. New York. 
N. Y. [189S0-»L9109 

[ Stereoscopic photographs! D 
81509. (H 111379, June 5, 1908 ; 1 c. 
June 5, 1908; 1 c. June 12, 1908.) 

U 99999, U 11397S. (H 111584, 

111585, June 9, 1908.) 

U 91925, U 94933, U 114005. 

(H 111638-111640, June 10, 1908.) 

U 94759, U 100562, 1" 113955, C 

114009. (H 111773-111770, Juno 12, 
190S.) 

U 103718, U 106872, D L06874. 

(H 111805-111807. Juno 13, 1907.) 

U 46378. D 113946, U 11 1021, 

114023. (H 111887-111890, 
1908.) 

U 99624, D 99629, U 99632, U 

99657. U 104163, U 1(0199. L04206. 
(H 112044-112050, June 17, 1908.) 

U 106564, D 106565, U 106569, 

U 100572. U 1o;;r,7:;. hi 112088- 
112092, June 18, 1908.) 

U 72776, U 114013, U 114016, U 

114025. (H 112130-112133, June 20, 
1908.) 

— U 26566, U 26986, U 27009, U 
27116, T 27181, D 54538, D 100689, 
101116, U 101145. (H 112200-112208, 
June 22, 1908.) 

U 62321. V 62321-2, U 114095. 

(H 112331-112:133, June 24, 1908.) 

U 38458, U 47100, U 73114, D 

73577, U 7S690. U 92465, V 95195, U 
103434, U 1140SS, U 114092. (H 
112355-112364, June 25, 1908.) 

U 89442, V 96615, U 114011, U 

114102. (H 112411-112414, June 26, 
i908. ) 

U 33260. U 54739. U 95799, U 

104918, U 113S02, U 113804, U 113S09, 
U 113811, U 113820-U 113822, U 
113828, U 113831, U 113S35-U 113838, 
U 113843, U 113853, X* 113858, U 
113859, U 113S62, U 113863, U 113876, 
U 113879, U 114083, U 114087, U 
114130, U 114139, U 114141. (H 
112511-112540, June 29, 1908.) 

U 31908, U 113989, U 113990. U 

113992-113995, U 113997, U 113999, 
114000. (H 112622-112631. July 1, 
1908.) 

U 52279, U 59926, U 97336, U 

108118, (H 112815-112818, July 6, 
1908.) 



Underwood & Underwood — Continued. 

H 1453. U 77714, U 100168, U 

100202, U 101413. U 114162. (H 
112739. 112744. July 2, 1908; 2 c. of 
each July 3, 1908.) 

U 58151. U 114050. (H 113239, 

113240. July 9. 190S.) 

U 49096. U 92S07, U 105403. U 

105422, U 105425, U 111993, U 112006, 
U 112008. U 112011. U 112012, U 112015, 
U 112017. U 112020, U 112021, U 
112022, D 112025, U 112026, U 114124, 
111 U34. (II 113268-113286. July 11, 
1908.) 

U. S. FASHION vV: SAMPLE BOOK CO.. 

Philadelphia, Pa. [19110 

Autumn, 1908, winter, 1909. (G 
18799, June 12. 1908.) 

United States lithograph co.. Cin- 
cinnati. Ohio. [19111-19164 

College boy with cane.— College boy 
with pipe. — Girl in summer costume. — 
Girl in winter costume. [4 photo- 
graphs] (II 111797-111800, June S, 
L908.) 

Coquette. — His chum. — His first 
love. His platonic friend.— His prom 
girl. — His summer girl. — His true 
love. Infatuation. [8 photogn 
(ill L2392 1 L2399, June 26, 1908.) 

lege chun s. Promising i 
rial. —Tenth member of the nine 
photographs] (II 11279.'. 1127'.";. 
112797, .July 6, 1908. 

Taft (W. II. i 307. (G 18820, June 
is. ig 

[Poster] 11539. I F 66380, Jui i 
1908; 2 c. June 22. 190* 

11401-11403, 11411, 11412 

18798, June 11, 1908.) 

H361, 11372. 11408, 11417-11419. 

(G 18803 18808, June 15, 1908.) 

l i3ie, H368, 11409. 11410, 1 • 

11454, 1145G-11459, 11467. (G IS 
18833, June 22. 100S.) 

305. 11318, 11319, 11420, 

11433, 11455, 11485, 114S6. (G 18841- 
9, June 20. 190* 

11448, 11451. (F 668 - 

July 0, 1908.) 

11427, 11400, 11477. 11484. (G 

19065-19067, July 0. 190S.) 
University press, Cambridge. M: 

[19165-19168 
Poems II. Upon whose weeping 
margent she was set : by F. Brangwyn. 
(F 06246, June 16. 1908.) 

Sonnets. Our love was new: by F. 
Brangwyn. (F 00247. June 16, i 



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nos. 27-31, July, 1908 



AND PRINTS, ETC. 



289 



University press — Continued. 

Shakespeare's plays. 2 engravings 
illustrating Macbeth and Kins? Lear. 
(F 60244, 6G245, June 16, 1908.) 

Uptown kodakery, Denver, Colo. 

[19169 
All in. (H 112211, June 22, 1908.) 

Vail (Edw. B.), Marion, Ohio. [19170 

Foretella. (H 112104, June 19, 1908 ; 
2 c. June 12, 1908.) 

Van Dyke (James) co., New York, 
N. Y. [19171 

Margaret. (G 19063, July 6, 1908.) j 

Van Oeyan (L.), Cleveland, Ohio. 

[19172 
Cobb (Ty), demon batter. (H 
113373, July 13, 1908.) 

VlTAGRAPH COMPANY OF AMERICA, New 

York, N. Y. [19173-19189 

Avenged. (H 111879, June 16, 1908.) 

Bachelor's baby. (H 111878, June 
16, 190S. ) | 

Chieftain's revenge. (H 113231, 
July 9, 1908.) 

Chorus girl. (H 112554, June 30, 
1908.) 

Determined lovers. (H 111706, June 
12, 1908.) 

Get me a step-ladder. (H 113232, 
July 9, 1908.) 

Guilt v conscience. (H 112555, June 
30, 1908.) 

John's new suit. (H 113159, Jul" 7, 
190S.) 

Leap year proposals of an old maid. 
(H 112125, June 20, 1908.) 

Mother-in-law and the artists model. 
(H 112169, June 22, 1908.) 
Mourners (The) (H 113234, July 

9, 1908.) 

Patriot (The) (H 112279, June 24, 
1908.) 

Reprieve (The) (H 111705, June 
12, 1908.) 

Rustic heroine. (H 112280, June 24, 
1908.) . 

Storv the boots told. (H 112168, 
June 22, 1908.) 

Tragedy of Japan. (H 112167, June 
22, 1908.) 

'Twixt love and duty. (H 113233, 
July 9, 1908.) 

Walker (A. V.), Chicago, 111. 

[19190, 19191 
Trailman's friend. (H 111628, June ; 

10, 1908.) 

50572—08 3 



Walker (A. V.)— Continued. 

Yours truly. (H 111629, June 10, 
1908.) 

Walker lithograph & pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. [19192 

Taft (Wm. H.) (G 18822, June 20, 

1908.) 

Waterman (C. E.), Chicago, 111. 

[19193-19198 
Georgia (U. S. S.), ships company. — 
Illinois (U. S. S.), ships company. — 
Milwaukee (U. S. S.)— Pacific fleet.— 
St. Louis (U. S. S.)— Wisconsin 
(U. S. S.) ships* company. [6 photo- 
graphs] (H 112384-112389, June 25, 
1908; 2 c. of each, July 3, 1908.) 

Weaver (Thomas G.), Axtell. Nebr. 

[19199, 19200 

Cyclone at Axtell. Nebr. 1. 2. (H 

112755, 112756, July 3. 1908: 2 c. of 

each June 13, 1908.) 

Weil (Henry) & co., New York. N. Y. 

[19201-19204 

His crest. ( F 666S7, June 30, 1908. ) 

Home sweet home. — My favorite 

forever. — Old oaken backet. (F 

66688-66690, June 30, 1908.) 

Welsh (J. B.), Grove City, Pa. 

[1 9205-19207 

Cambridge Springs, Pa., Hotel Ri- 
der. 

Edinboro, Pa., scene in New cemetery. 

French creek near Cambridge 
Springs, Pa. 

(H 112335-112337, June 24. 1908.) 

Werner (Brugh), Decatur, 111. 

[19208 
Decatur, 111., corner stone laying. 
(H 111746, June 12, 1908.) 

Wetmore (John S.), Litchfield. Conn. 

[19209 
Dog who love's honey. (H 112347, 
June 25, 190S ; 2 c. June 19, 1908.) 

White (Edward C), New York, N. Y. 

[19210, 19211 

Holland (Mildred) in The Provider. 

1, 2. (G 18636, 18637, May 14, 190S ; 

2 c. of each May 13, 1908.*) 

White (H. C.) company^, North Ben- 
nington, Vt. [19212-19242 
Atlantic fleet at anchor in San 
Francisco bay. 8803. (H 113343, 
July 13, 1908.) 

Atlantic fleet entering Golden Gate. 
S802. (H 112738, July 2, 1908; 2 c. 
July 3, 1908.) 



290 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



White (H. C.) company— Continued. 

California national guard in the na- 
val parade San Francisco, Cal. 8S00. 
(H 112736, July 2, 1908; 2 c. July 3, 
1908.) 

Evans (Rear Admiral i and Major 
Taylor, naval parade, San Francisco, 
Cal. 8801. (H 112737, July 2, 190S: 
2 c. June 3, 1908.) 

Fleet in Ban Francisco bay. 8804. 
(H 113342, July 13, 1908.) 

Gary, Ind. 13351-13362. (H 
111761-111772, June 12, 190S ; 2 c. of 
each June 13, 1908. ) § 

New York, X. Y. 85-S7. I .II 11174s- 
111700, June 12, 190S ; 2 c. of each 
June 13, 1908.) 

Taft (Hon. Win. 11.). Secretary of 
war. 13009. (H 112401, June 26, 
1908; 2 c. June 27, 1908.) 
White (Lloyd). Washington, P. C. 

[19243-19246 

Content. (H 111864, June 15, 1908.) 

Day dreams. (H 111865, June 15, 
1908.) 

Gauze curtain. (II 111880, June 15, 
1908.) 

Golf girl. (H 111863, June 15, 1! 

Williams (O. D.) Jamaica Plain, 
Mass. [19247-19252 

Be not only good. (F 66707, June 
17, 1908.) 

Harrigan ! That's me ! — I'm not that 
kind Of girl.— No merry widow tor 
me. — Waiting at the church.— Yon can't 
always tell from where you sit. [5 
prints]. (F 66296 66300, June 17, 
1908.) 

Wilshire's magazine, New York. N. Y. 
[19253-19257 

Debs (Eugene V.) 1, 2. (H 111643, 
111644, June 10, 1908.) 

4, 5. (H 112223, 112224. Juno 

23, 190S.) 

Wilshire (Gaylord). (H 111645. 
June 10, 1908.) 

Wiseman (W. H.), Alton, 111. 

[19258-19269 
Chapel, north entrance. 35. (H 

111835, June 13, 1908.) 

Column companies. H. (H 111839, 
June 13, 1908.) 

Column of platoons, showing drum 
major. (H 111832, June 13, 1908.) 

Column of resting, not showing drum 
major. E. (H 111836, June 13. 1908. 1 

Front of W. M. A. grounds. K. 
(H 111S40, June 13, 1908.) 



Wiseman (W. H.) — Continued. 

Gvmnasium and administration 
building. (H 111841, June 13, 1908.) 

Kneeling. A. (H 111830, June 13, 
1908.) 

Monticello seminary. 1, 5. (H 
111833. 111834, June 13, 1908.) 

Parade rest. O. (H 111831, June 
13, 1908. i 

Three barracks. F. G. (II 111837, 
111838, June 13, 1908.) 

Wittkidge (II. B.), Rutherford, N. J. 
[19270-19276 
Rutherford. X. J. 1-7. (H 112460- 
112466, Juno 27. 1908; 1 c. of 
Juno 20, 1908; 1 C. of each Jul 
1908.) 
Woi ( kim k i Anthony C), Brie, Pa. 

[10277 I 

Cniquita. 1, 2. 4-8, 11, 13, 14, 16, 
17, lit. 20. ,n 1 1 •_' l :v. > 1 1 2 1 52, June 
20, 1908.) 

Ohiqnita and hush; nd. 3, 9, 10, 12, 
15, 18. <H ll2ir.:; -112158* Jun< 

! 

Won i i Louis i & Co., ltd., London, 
England. [19297 

Lohengrin; by Emil Oherhauser. 
< F <;<;<;:;::. June 29, 1908.) 

Woman's COLLEGE or BALTIMORE, Balti- 
more, Md, 
Gough (Mrs. Mary Dorsey) <»f r 

Hall. Md. til ill668, .Tune 11, 

Perry Hall. Md. (II 111097. June 

11. I'M is. | 

Ridgely (Mrs. (lias, i of Hampton, 
Md. (H 111669, June 11. 1! I 
Wood '.), Now Brighton, N. Y. 

[191 

Bub, he's always to blame 
66198, June 13, 1908.) 
( F 66362, June 20, 190 

(F i ae 2'.». 191 

(F 66856, -Inly 6, 

(P 07072. July 13, 190 

Mary and her Utile lamb. (F6 

June 13, 1' 

-* — I V 66363, June 20, 1908.) 

(F 66639, June 29, 1908.) 

(F 66858, July 6, 

(F 0707::., July 13, 190* 

Sambo and his funny noises. (F 
66196, June 13. 1908.) 

(F 66360, June 20. 1901 

(F 06036, June 20. loos., 

( F 66854, July 6, 1908. I 

(F 07070. July 13. 191 E 



ENGRAVINGS, 
nos. 27-31, July, 1908 



CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 



291 



Wood (Otis F. ) — Continued. 


Wood (Otis F.) — Continued. 


Simon Simple. (F 6G199, June 13, 


(F 66855, July 6, 1908.) 


1908.) 


(F 67071, July 13, 1908.) 


(F 66364, June 20, 1908.) 


Wuets bros., New York, N. Y. 


(F 66640, June 29, 1908.) 

(F 66857, July 6, 1908.) 


[19326, 19327 

New York, X. Y., College of the city 

of New York, main building. 1, 2. CH 


(F 67074, July 13, 1908.) 


112750, 112751, July 2, 1908.) 


Wags, the dog that adopted a man. 
(F 66197, June 13, 1908.) 

(F 66361, June 20, 1908.) 

(F 66637, June 29, 1908.) 


Wyeb (Henry S.). Nantucket, Mass. 

[19328,19329 
Dog-watch. ( H 111881, June 9, 1908. ) 
Impediment. (H 1118S2. June 9, 

1908.) 



Summary statement of deposits, received and credited, inclit'ird in the Cata- 
logue since January 1, 1908. 

Number of entries of Engravings, Cuts and Prints, completed by deposit-. 0,197 

Number of entries of Chromos and Lithographs, completed by deposit 1,373 

Number of entries of Photographs, completed by deposit 9,761 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 



Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with 
applications for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs 
intended to be perfected as works of the fine arts. Arranged in monthly alphabets bj 
proprietors with subalphabets of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
the receipt of one copy is always omitted when the one copy has been received on the 
day of entry. The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read : " Copy- 
right by American lady corset company, Detroit, Mich. Class I, XXc, no. 26158, June 
23, 1908 ; 1 photograph received June 23, 1908." • 



American lady corset co., Detroit. 
Mich. [19330 

American lady. Young lady dressed 

in colonial costume with cape. (I 

26158, June 23, 1908.) 

American lithographic co., New 

York, N. Y. [19331, 19332 

Avenzer. Large globe showing the 
island of Cuba, perched on the globe is 
an eagle with spread wings. (I 26013, 
June 12, 1908.) 

Laurita. Head of young woman, full 
face, single row of beads about her 
neck. (I 26014, June 12, 1908.) 

American show print co.. Milwaukee, 
Wis. [19333-19342 

Girl's best friend; The Picks big 
song and dance at Jinny's party. Pos- 
ter drawing. (I 26023, June 13, 1908.) 

It's all on the quiet; Gie us a kiss. 
Poster drawing. (I 26022, June 13, 
1908.) 

Tailor Little seizes Boots' uni- 
form. Poster drawing. (126021, June 
13, 1908.) 

Star bout: Coslin, We can fix this 
thing up. Poster drawing. (I 26259, 
July 9, 190S.) 

Mayme, You're not game. Pos- 
ter drawing. (I 2625S, July 9, 1908.) 

So you'll play Irish tunes will 

you? Poster drawing. (I 26256, July 
9, 1908.) 

Steele, Yes, there's the money, 

but who is the thief? Poster drawing. 
(I 26257, July 9, 1908.) 

Sure Shot Sam, Jim — Sure Shot Sam 
is in thar and I want him [etc.] Pos- 
ter drawing. (I 25927, June 8, 1908.) 

Sam — June ! I didn't know that 

this was your cabin [ etc.] Poster 
drawing. (I 25926, June 8, 1908.) 

Stop ! ! ! four again one aint 

fair! ! Poster drawing. (I 25925, 
JuneS, 1908.) 



Arthur (James), Detroit, Mich. 

[19343-19355 

April — Easter lillies. Young woman 

in white gown, Easter lilly in jardinere 

on window sill. (I 20065, June 17, 

1908.) 

August — Snap dragon. Young wo- 
man in summer gown, bunch of snap 
dragons in her hand. (I 26069, June 
17, 1908.) 

Debutante (The) Young woman in 
evening gown, holding an armful of 
pink carnations. (I 26074, June 17, 
1908.) 

February — Tulips. Young lady in 
pale yellow gown and picture hat, 
bunch of red tulips in her hand. (I 
26063, June 17, 1908.) 

Graduate (The) Young woman in 
white gown with white cap and white 
college gown. (126073, June 17, 1908.) 

January — Carnations. Young wo- 
man dressed in bright red costume, 
bunch of carnations in arms. (I 
26062, June 17, 1908.) 

July — Sweet peas. Young woman in 
pale pink summer gown, bunch of 
sweet peas in hand. (I 26068, June 
17, 1908.) 

June — Roses. Young woman in pale 
pink evening gown, a bunch of roses in 
a jar on a table. (I 26067, June 17> 
1908.) 

March — Violets. Young woman in 
lavender gown, picture hat and bunch 
of violets on corsage. (I 26064, June 
17, 1908.) 

May — Daisies. Young woman in 
pale lingerie sown, with arm full of 
daisies. (I 26066, June 17, 1908.) 

November — Chrysanthemum. Young 
woman in golden brown street cos- 
tume, chrysanthemums in hand. (I 
26072, June 17, 190S.) 

2G3 



294 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Arthue (James) — Continued. 

October — Gladiolia. Young woman 
in low necked evening gown standing 
in a garden. (I 26071, June 17, 1908.) 

September — Azalea. Young lady in 
pale pink gown, on pedestal is jar- 
diniere holding an azalea. (I 26070. 
June 17, 1908.) 

Ball (H. La Praik),Ncw York, N. Y. 
[19356-19360 

Country girl. Head of young girl, 
light blue suuboimet with Sowing 
strings. (I 26291, July 9, 1908.) 

Golden brown girl. Young girl in 
skirt and jacket. (I 26294, July 9, 
1908.) 

Graduate (The). Young girl in blue 
dross, wears white bat with American 
beauty roses. (I 26295, July 9, 1908.) 

Simplicity. Head of young girl 
with dark hair and red snnbonnet. 
(I 26292, July 9, 1908.) 

Village belle. Head of young girl 

with dark hair wearing poke bonnet. 

M 26293, July 9, 1908.) 

Ha.nks (Chas. B. B.), New York, 

N. Y. [19361 

Hair ad. 15. C. Head of Medusa 
with two wings protruding from the 
temples, i I 26310, June 25, 1908. I 
Barillot (L£on), Paris, Franco. 

| 19362 

Bijou et Rigolo. Two donkeys on a 
cliff by the sea shore. (I 26175, June 
26, 1908.) 

Barnes-Crosky company, Chicago, 111. 
I L9863 19969 

L 2970, L 2977. (I 26029, _ 
June 13, 19 

L 3003, L 3007, L 3030, L 3031, L 
3035. (I 26076-26080, June 18, L908.) 

Bearce (Elsie Isabelle), West Med- 
ford, Mass. [19370-19373 

Boy blowing trumpet. Statue of boy 
standing blowing trumpet. (I 26033, 
June 19, 1908.) 

Boy playing with boat. Statuary. 
(I 260S6, June 19, 190S.) 

Boy reading. Statue of boy sitting 
with legs crossed, reading a book. (I 
260S5, June 19, 1908.) 

Girl holding an infant. Statue of 
a girl holding an infant, sitting posi- 
tion. (I 26084, June IS, 190S.) 
Berry (Wm.) lodge No. 50 K. of P., 
Southington, Conn. [19374 

Damon's return : by W. E. Sibley. 
Executioner's stand, Pythias is stand- 
ing with his hands tied behind him. 
(I 25996, June 10, 1908.) 



Blanck (G. O.), Paris, France. 

[19375 

Vague (La) ; par Guillaume Seig- 

nac. An bord de la mer une jeune 

femme nue est couchee sur une vague 

qui deferle. (I 25923, June S, 1908.) 

Boileau (Phimp), New York, N. Y. 

[19376 
October girl. Head of girl in large 
brown picture hat. (I 26196. July 3, 
1908.) 

Bong (Rich.), Berlin, Germany. 

[19377, 19378 

In der Nordsee; by Prof. Willy 

Sb'.wer. Largo sailing ship with sails 

up is fighting its way through the 

waves. I I 26302, July 10, 1908.) 

M. yacbi Meteor in der Ostsee 
Kreuzend. All sails up iu the ce 
of the picture, to the left a torpedo 
boat ! I 86301, July 10, 1908.) 

s i ft oo., Paris. France. 

[19879 L9392 

Anx aguets; by <:. Selgnac. Nude 

figure of a young cupld, m the 

branch of a tree, holding a b<>w. (I 

28001, Jme -J". 1908. , 

Anx environs do Soissons 1814; by 
J. V. Chelminski. Winter scene in the 
country, figure of Napoleon on a wbite 
laasc talking to an officer. <l 26097, 
June 20, 19< 

Billot galant; by Maurice Lard. 
Nude figure ol - woman - 

on a couth, holding a letter. I I - 
June 20, L908. | 

r.nu soir; by Martin Kavel. Young 
woman, shoulders bare, wearing a light 
bonnet, holding a candle stick. ■ I 
26096, June 20, L9< 

Chemin dn lac, le soir a Vaux 
by A. Wallet. Landscape, foreground, 
some trees, to the left, a horse and a 
cart and the figure of a man. lake in 
background. 1 1 26100, June 20. ; 

Dur metier: by J. Maromy. Beach 
scene showing three fishermen, each 
carrying basket of fish. ( I 20103. June 
20, 1908.) 

Effet de lune en Hollande; by J. 

Maromy. Marine scene showing a har- 
bor at night, two fishing boats, 
through clouds the moon appears re- 
flecting on the water. (1 26102, June 

■2<K 1908.) 

Jeunesse; by G. Soignae. Female 
figure seated on a stone bench, dr 
In loose gown. (I 26093, June 20. 



FINE ARTS 



295 



nos. 27-31, July, 1908 



Braun, Clement & co. — Continued. 

Matin d'ete; by Kowalsky. Scene 
in the woods showing eight young 
Women in loose gowns, one is jumping 
over a rope. (I 26095, Juno 20, 1908. 1 

Sainte Rose de Lima; by Ethel 
Wright. Female figure dressed in 
dark gown and white cloth around her 
head and neck. (I 20002, Juno 20, 
1908.) 

Soiree d'autnmne dans ie Loiret; by 
A. Wallet. Landscape, to the left some 
trees, to the right is a peasant woman 
With some cows. (T 26099, June 20, 
1908.) 

Soir d'ete; by L. Desbois. Scene on 
terrace, two women, one seated on 
stone balustrade, the other standing. 
(I 20101, June 20, 1908.) 

Trois graces; by Armand Point. 
Nude figures of three young women. 
one of tbem holding a dove, near them 
are two eupids. (I 20004. .lone 20, 
1908.) 

Vers 1'etable, paysage Hollandais; 
by Ch. P. Gruppe. Country scene, a 
road bordered with tall trees, a man 
following a Hock of sheep. (I 26098, 
June. 20. 1008.) 

Braziei? (Clarence W.), New York, 
X. Y. [19393-1 9396 

First floor of plan of two story and 
basement schoolhouse with corridor in 
center and staircase. (I 2G01S, June 
12, 190S.) 

Front elevation of a three story and 
basement schoolhouse having an en- 
trance in the center of the first story. 
(I 26015, June 12, 190S.) 

Perspective view of two story and 
basement schoolhouse having an en- 
trance in center of front. (I 2G017, 
June 12, 1908.) 

Second floor plan of three story and 
basement schoolhouse with corridor in 
center. (I 20016, June 12, 1908.) 

Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, Minn. 

[19397-19406 

Antoinette. Bust, left view, dark 
hat with one white and one dark 
plume. (I 26026, June 13, 1908.) 

Bernice; by F. Manning. Bust pro- 
file view, hair dressed low and large 
dark hat. (I 26307, July 10, 1908.) 

Dorothy. Bust with full front view 
of face, head tipped toward risht 
shoulder. (I 26027, June 13, 1908.) 

Irene; by F. Manning. Bust with 
chin raised and eyes looking up, round 
white hat with dark facing. (I 2630S, 
July 10, 1908.) 



Brown & Bigelow — Continued. 

Life saving crew; by A. W. Biihler. 
At sea, showing large ship in the 
background in distress, life boat in 
foreground, (i 20019, June 13, 1908.) 

Lincoln, the rail splitter; by How- 
ard Giles. In foreground Abraham 
I Lincoln sitting on a pile of loss. (I 
26304, July 10, 1908.) 

Lois; by F. Manning. Bust profile 
view, dark hair and white hat. (I 
05, July 10, 1908.) 

Marjorie: by V. Manning. Half 
length figure, sitting position, left 
h.ind under chin. (I 20300. July 10, 
1908.) 

Natalie. Bust, head tipped slightly 
, to the right, hat with white ostrich 
plume and veil draped over it. (I 
2002s. June 13. 1908.) 

Violet. Bust, leaning forward and 
Lie.' upturned, large hat. (1 2002.". 
June 13, 1908.) 

Bbi * e (William I, Auburn, N. Y. 

[19407 

On point. Two dogs Oil point in fore- 
ground. 1 r 26303, July 10, 1908.) 

Caproni (P. P.) & f.ros.. Boston, Mass. 

[194ns 

Washington crossing the Delaware. 
Bas-relief, Washington in foreground 
standing in a row boat. (1 20050. June 
17. 1908. 1 

Carlisle (Henry Wilson). New York, 
X. Y. [19409 

Nun (The). Woman in nun's cos- 
tume, her eyes looking to right, while 
whole face bears pensive expression. 
(I 26230, July S, 190S.) 

Champenois, Paris, France. [19410 
A la ferme : par Lucius Rossi. Scene 
in the country in France, lady and gen- 
tleman dancing. (I 2631S, July 13. 
190S.) 

Collier (Franklin Perry), Dorches- 
ter. Mass. [19411 
Presidential smile. Circular placque 
on which is exaggerated portrait of 
W. H. Taft, resembling the moon. (I 
20172, June 26, 1908.) 

Collier (P. F.) & son. New York. N. Y. 

[19412-19420 

At the sign of the red mill. Dutch 

wiud mill, consisting of a several sto- 

| ried house, to which is attached sails 

1 and steering apparatus. (I 26235, July 

1 7,190S.) 



296 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Colliek (P. F.) & son — Continued. 

Atlantic fleet in San Francisco har- 
bor; by Henry Reuterdahl. A number 
of battleships, flags are flying. (I 
26165, June 24, 1908.) 

Botanist (The) ; by Maxfield Par- 
rish. Scholarly looking gentleman 
peering through eyeglasses at specimen 
of plant life. (I 26321, July 15, 1908.) 

Ceremony of the scalps ; by Frederic 
Remington. Band of mounted Indians 
galloping along, one Indian is holding 
a spear, attached to it at intervals arc 
scalps. (I 25990, June 9, 1908.) 

Hoss trade — Diamond cut diamond; 
by A. B. Frost. Farmer before the vil- 
lage meeting place explaining the good 
points of the horse which he is holding. 
(I 26082, June 18, 190S.) 

July 4, 1908. Grotesque looking sol- 
dier, with very long nose, from his 
side ha hits large sword. (I 26189, 
July 1, 1908.) 

June roses; by Sarah S. Stilwell. 
Pretty girl with her lap full of pink 
roses. (I 25989, June 9, 1908.) 

Longshoresman (The) ; by Thorton 
Oakley. Man in flannel shirt and blue 
overalls, resting both arms on a heavy 
post. (I 26166, June 24, 1908.) 

When Jacky comes marching home; 
by Henry Reuterdahl. Two Jackies 

walking across the sand, Loaded down 
with all sorts of souvenirs. (I 26081, 
June IS, 1908.) 

Cook (W. F.) granite co., Springfield, 

Mass. 119421 

Pigelow family memorial. 1 >esign 
no. vi. Sepulchral monument of stone, 
upon the base rests a second base bear- 
ing the family name. (I 25991, June 
9, 1908.) 

Craftsman's guild. Highland Park, 
111. L19422-104LT) 

Bill Bryan's smile. Medallion head 
containing portrait of William Jen- 
nings Bryan in a broad smile. (I 
26004, June 11, 1908.) 

Bill Taft's smile. Medallion head 
containing portrait of William H. 
Taft in a broad smile. (I 26005. June 
11, 1908.) 

Republican smile. Medallion head, 
face of William H. Taft in a broad 
smile. (I 26229, June 24, 190S.) 

White house smile. Medallion head, 
face of William Jennings Bryan in a 
broad smile. (I 26230, June 24, 1908.) 



Crane (J. W.), New York. X. Y. 

[19426-19433 

Church where Shakespeare sleeps. 
Summer landscape showing Stratford 
on Avon, in background, a church. (I 
• 26179, June 27, 1908.) 

Contentment. Interior of Dutch 
home, elderly man in native costume, 
smoking a long stemmed pipe. (I 
i 26178, June 27, 190S.) 

Katrina. Three quarter figure and 
full face of a little Dutch girl in holi- 
day attire. (I 26238, July 8, 1908.) 

Venice — Along the Grand Canal. In 
left foreground between landing and 
two spiles is a dark gondola with 
white awning. (I 26210, July S, 1908.) 

Doorway of a private house. 

Vines with red flowers oyer top of en- 
trance, u> the right there is a statue 
of ;i woman on a light pillar. (I 
26241, July 8, 1908.) 

A side street. In foreground is 

a dark gondola with gondolier at stem. 
(I 20212, .July 

Street and bridge. A small 

white mason bridge spanning a Vene- 
tian canal. | 1 2<i237. July \ L9Q8.) 

Well in an old court yard. A 

woman with two water ressela stand- 
ing ;it stone well in center. (I - 
July 8, 1908.) 

Crowell publishing co.. Springfield, 
Ohio. [19434 

Puppies; by Carl J. Becker. Little 
Dutch hoy in blouse, baggy tr- 
ain! round cap. standing with little 
fox terrier pup. (I 26260, July 9. 
1908.) 

Gumming (George Maui 

Francisco, CaL [19435, 19436 

Benediction (The) Statue of a 
Franciscan friar standing erect with 
arms extended at full length. (I 
26058, June 17. 1908.) 

Foot-hall runner. The relief cast 
is an intaglio and represents a foot-ball 
runner with hall. (I 26057, June 17, 
190S.) 

Davis (William Steeple), Orient, 
N. Y. [19437 

Weighing the bahy. Kitten on 
1 scales, with old cat looking at dial. (I 
26197, July 3, 190S.) 
Day (Luella), St. Augustine. Fla. 

[1943S 

Landing of Ponce de Leon at St. 
Augustine, Fla., in 1512. Silver casque. 
Ponce de Leon standing pointing 
small boat. (I 26169. June 24. 
1 photo June 11, 190S.) 



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Delobbe, Paris, France. 

[19439, 19440 

Age heureux. Young woman in a 
loose white garment, her arms bare, 
seated on the grass, playing on a flute. 
(I 25967, June 9, 1908.) 

Jeune faneuse. Young country girl 
has interrupted her work to arrange 
her hair. (I 25968, June 9, 1908.) 



Desoarreux 
France. 



(Raymond), 



Paris, 
[19441 



Napoleon a. Compiegne. Napoleon 
seated on a stone bench in the Park I 
of Compiegne, in deep contemplation, ! 
map on his knee. (I 25966, June 9, j 
190S. ) 

Deully (Eugene), Paris, France. 

[19442 j 
Nuit d'extase. Boat containing a j 
young couple is slowly drifting on a | 
lake. (I 25969, June 9, 1908.) 

Devare (Elizabeth Peterson Pr.), 
New York, N. Y. [1944:; 

Slumber. Statue of a young woman 
taken to waist line, upper arm ex- , 
tended on each side. (I 25997, June j 
10, 1908.) 

Donaldson (Thomas B.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [19444,19445 j 

Identification key for Geo. Catliirs | 
portrait-group of Virginia state con- j 
stitutional convention held 1829-30. 
(I 26312, July 1, 1908.) 

Virginia state constitutional conven- [ 
tion of lS29-'30; by George Catlin. 
There are 101 individual portraits in- 
cluding James Monroe. (I 26311, July j 
1, 190S.) 



Egbert (Dorothy), Oakland. Cal. 

[19450 

Two step girl. Girl in decollete 

evening dress, skirt gathered in left 

band. (I 26228, July 6, 1908: 1 photo 

July 18, 1908.) 

Evans, Almiral co., New York, N. Y. 

[19451 

Heating and ventilating apparatus 
for Hughes high school, Ciucinnati, 
Ohio. Set of plans consisting of eight 
sheets showing a forced system of ven- 
tilation, with blowers. (I 25802, Apr. 
1, 1908.) 

Fairbanks (E. & T.) & co.. St. Johns- 
bury, Vt. [19452, 19453 

Railway track scale of the commer- 
cial type. Iron frame, 76 feet, 100 
tons. 7 sections. Sheet 1, Sheet 2. 
(I 26194, 26195, July 3, 1908.) 

Faugeron (Adolphe), Paris. France. 

[19454 
Partie carree. Dinner time at a 
fashionable restaurant, a couple seat- 
ed at a table, another has just come 
in. (I 25965, June 9, 1908.) 

Ferris (J. L. G.), Philadelphia, Pa. 
[19455-11 

Chess game. Young woman and 
young man are engaged in a game of 
chess, young woman's father watch- 
ing, dog in foreground. (I 26232, July 
7, 1908.) 

Columbus's fleet. A large old time 
sail boat in full sail, flags flying, a 
second vessel in background. (I 
26233, July 7, 190S.) 

Washington and Mary Philipse. 
Three figures and a dog in front of 
the door wav of a colonial residence. 
(I 26231, July 7, 1908.) 



Drake (William Henry). New York. | Finnell (J. W.), Braddock, Pa. 

N. Y. [19446-1944S [19458 



Alarm (The) Lion and lioness pro- 
tecting two lion cubs. (I 260S9, June 
19, 1908.) 

Haunt of the lions. Desert scene, a 
lion, lioness and three cub lions. (I 
260SS, June 19, 190S.) 

On guard. Desert scene, lion stand- 
ing guard over sleeping lioness and 
three lion cubs. (I 26087, June 19, 
1908.) 

Drew (A. Farnsworth), New York, 
N. Y. [19449 

Figure of a woman and a child. 
Through an open door is head and 
bust of a woman holding a baby. (I 
26171. June 25, 1908.) 



McKinley memorial. Tomb of our 

martyred president. Mr. and Mrs. 

; McKinley, their home, etc., appears 

j over top of tomb. (I 26056. June 17, 

1 190S.) 
I 
Folger (James Walter), Nantucket, 
Mass. [19459 

Round-top grist mill. Round dome 
; top which revolves by wheel attached 
| to it. Mill has four vanes, three of 
which have sails attached. (I 26157, 
j June 22, 190S.) 

! Foster brothers, Boston, Mass. 

[19460 
Webster (Daniel) ; by Alfred E. 
Smith. Bust portrait. (I 26163, June 
! 20, 1908.) 



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Gerome (Jean Leon), Philadelphia. 
Pa. [19470 

Champlain's battle with Iroquois; 
by J. L. G. Ferris. Champlain firing 

a musket at a group of Indians. I ! 
26264, July 9, 1908.) 

Gervais (Paul), Paris France. 

[194S0 

Miroir (Le) Two partly nude youug 
women are admiring themselves in the 
basin of a fountain. (I 259S6, June 9, 
1908.) 

Gervex (Henri), Paris, France. 

[194S1 

Naissance de Venus. Life-size figure 
of a nude young woman carried on the 
crest of a wave. (I 25987. June 9, 
1908.) 



Friend brothers clothing CO., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. [19401, 19472 
[12 Drawings illustrating men's 
clothing.] (I 26032-26043, June 15, 
1908.) 

Galliac (Louis), Paris France. 

[19473 

Dans l'atelier, avant la seance. 
Nude young woman fastening on san- 
dal, painter seated on a pile of large 
books. (I 259S5, June 9, 1908.) 

Galvin (Alice V. C), Braddock, Pa. 

[19474-19476 

Braddock's defeal : by A. V. C. Gal- 
vin. Soldiers, Indians and war-like 
equipments, and the whole scene being 

one of battle array. < I 258 15, May 2'.'. 

1908; 1 photo June 8, L908.) 

Genl. Washington and General 

Braddock and Indians draws up in 

battle. (I 250P7, May 13, 1908; 1 
photo June 5, 1908.) 

Generals Washington and Brad- 
dock, other soldiers and Indian war- 
riors drawn up in battle, ii :.'."»»i!ts. 
May 13, 1908; 1 photo June 5, v.ms.i 

Gardneb-Bouguebeai . I ace. 

I1P177 

Cantique de Noel. Holy Child lying 
on a white cloud, three cherub 8 singing 
a Christmas carol. (I 25960, .Tune !>, 
1908.) 

Gay (GEO. EOWELL), New York, N. V. 

[19478 

Down by the river. Pool of water 
in foreground with several large 
on right edge and autumn leaves fall- 
ing. (I 20277, July 9, 1908.) 



Gimenez (Frank Fernandez), New 

York, X. Y. [19482 

Heirs (The) Heirs examining por- 
traits of ancesters, interior of palace. 
(I 26154, June 22 ,190V, 

Girardel (Jules), Paris. Prance. 

Indiscretion. Young man in red vel- 
vet suit courting a young woman 
dressed in white, they are seated on a 
hench. (I 25964, June 9, 190 

Gounod (Jean), Paris, France. 

[19484 
Jeune violoniste. Young woman 
scaled in an armchair idly holding a 
violin with her left hand. I I 2 
June 9, LI I 

Grand cjnion tea co., New York. N. Y. 

Little fairy. Little girl WO 
white fluffy dress, shoulders I 
i 1 2< ;<>:;], June 15. 19<»- 

(i\ w (ABO HIE), New York. N. 

[19486 19496 

Bathing girl- -blue. Young girl with 
hair hanging down back standing in 
water, i I 2r,i>s7. July P. 1908.) 

Bathing girl yellow. Woman with 
dark hair, both li;iuds are raised to 
Bhoulder. i I 26286 .July 9. 
1908.) 

Dance of the veil. Nude won. an. 
back and side view, hair dow , 
back, and being blown by wind. (I 
26282, July 9, L968.) 

Evening veil. Nude woman, show- 
ing hack, and side face, holds dr. 
in front of her. (I 26284, July '.». 
L908.) 

Gossamer veil. Nude woman, one 
foot slightly raised, is holding drapery. 

(I 2<;2s:k July P. 1908.) 

[deal head, with leghorn hat. Head 
of young woman, low aeck gown, black 
hair. (I 26281, July 9, 

Kimona girl. Young girl with 
brown hair and eyes, wears Japanese 
dress belted in around waist with ;i 

yellow sash. (I 2627!). July P. 19 

Kimona girl. Young woman with 
brown hair with a flower on each side 
of head, wears yellow dress cut very 
low. (I 26280, July 9, 1! 

Rag time. Comic drawing of old 
man, old woman, daughter, son and 
bull dog. ( I 26299, July 9. 1 ! 

Seventh veil. Nude woman holding 
drapery back of her. (I 26285, July 
9, 190S.) 



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Sustin (E. W.) & CO., New York, X. Y. 

[19496 ; 
Let us alone. Stork standing at the 

ide of a house with its bill inside of ; 
an open window. (I 25992, June 9, j 
1908.) 

Hanfstaengl (Franz), Munich, Ger- | 
many. [19497-19499 

Adagio ; by E. Gruetzner. Interior 
of a bishop's palace, three church dig- 
nitaries seated at a table. (I 26055, ! 
June 17, 1908.) 

Barcarolle (A) ; by W. Menzler. | 
Group of five ladies seated around a | 
table in a park. (I 26053, June 17, I 
1908.) 

Mountain glow : oy J. Schinitzber- 
ger. Scene in Alps, tall glaciers are 
glowing in the light of the sun. (I ! 
26054, June 17, 1908.) 

Harper (James M.) f Chicago. 111. 

[195( N I 

Peaceful Bill and Smiling Jim. i 
Portrait heads of Wm. H. Taft and 
James S. Sherman. (I 26309, July 
11, 1908.) 

Hartley (Jonathan Scott), New 
York, N. Y. [19501 | 

Victor semper. Life size statue of 
a cupid, holds unstrung bow behind 
his back. (I 26020, June 18, 190S.) 

Hermann (Emil), New York, N. Y. 

[19502 
Arrival on Calvary: by E. Hermann. 
Christ standing on hill in center above 
a crowd of spectators. In left hand 
corner are the three Marys and St. 
John. (I 26173, June 26, 1908.) 

Holtzman (Minard), Columbus, Ohio. 

[19503 
Emblems of Liberty. Easde stands 
upon a shield with a ribbon held in 
his bill. (I 2619S, June 27, 190S.) 

Hobzer (J. A.), New York, N. Y. 

[19504, 19505 

Love. Rich young woman taking in 
her house a poor woman and her chil- 
dren. (I 26159, June 23, 1908.) 

Prayer. A mother teaching her child 
to pray, seated near her the father 
and another child. (I 26160, June 23, 
1908.) 

Huddh (Mrs. W. H.), Austin, Texas. 

[19506 
Crockett (Davy) ; by William Henry 
Huddh. Figure clothed in buckskins, 
as a pioneer Texas figure. (I 26201, 
July 6, 1908.) 



Hudson (Grace), Ukiah, Cal. 

[19507-19511 

Indian boy clothed in a red flannel 
shirt, sitting on the ground beside a 
dog. (I 26001, June 10, 1908.) 

Poma Indian baby strapped in carry- 
ing basket with one arm free. (I 
26003, June 10. 1908.) 

Poma Indian girl, standing clothed 
in shirt, skirt, with bandana handker- 
chief over shoulder. (I 26002, June 
10, 190V) 

Poma Indian nude, sitting in a field 
of yellow pojipies watching a bumble 
bee. (I 25999, June 10, 1908. 1 

Yokia Indian baby r sitting in carry- 
ing basket turned boatwise. (I 26000, 
June K>. 1908.) 

jUET (Gustave), Paris, France. 

[19512 

Hallali. .Young huntress lifting a 

Dampierre hunting horn from her 

shoulder to blow a trumpel call to the 

hounds. (I 25901, June 9. 1908.) 

Jonsj (Paul Speneb), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[11)513-19519 

Carnation (The). Costume made of 

flowers and leaves, the skirt is made of 

a mass of carnations. (I 26251. July 

8, 1908.) 

Four o'clock (The). Costume made 
of the flowers ami leaves of the four 
o'clock, skirt made of flowers and 
leaves. (I 26249. July S. 190S.) 

Honeysuckle (The). Costume of 
leaves and flowers, with a large butter- 
fly as head dress. (I 26253, July 8, 
1908.) 

Lily (The). Costume made of the 
flower, large lily forms the bodice, 
skirt made of petals and leaves. (I 
26254. July S. 1908.) 

Magnolia (The). Costume made of 
the blossom and leaves, one large mag- 
nolia forms the skirt. (I 2624S. Julv 
8, 1908.) 

Rose (The). Costume made entirely 
of flowers and leaves, one large rose 
forms the skirt. (I 26250, July S, 
190S.) 

Violet (The). Costume made of 
flowers and leaves, skirt formed by a 
number of violets, leaves and ferns. 
(I 26252, July 8, 1908.) 

King (Hamilton), New York, X. Y. 

[19520 

Light that lies in woman's eyes. 

Head of a young woman with dark- 

brewn hair arranged loose. (I 26278, 

July 9, 1908.) 



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Kirk (Maria L.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[19521-19523 

Cinderella. Old-fashioned fireplace 

with fire in it, Cinderella in front of 

stool in pink dress. (I 26288, July 9, 

1908.) 

Jack and the bean stalk. Garden 
with old brick cottage in background 
with open door, bean stalk in left fore- 
ground. (I 26290, July 9, 1908.) 

Little drops of water. Child playing 
on beach at seaside, pink bonnet and 
dress. (I 26289, July 9, 1908.) 

Knoblauch (Edward M.), Toledo, 
Ohio. [19524,! 

Beethovan (Ludwig van). A mod- 
eled and cast portrait bust. (I 26008, 
June 11, 190S. ) 

Taft (Wm. H.) A modeled and cast 
portrait bust. (I 26009, June 11, 1908.) 

KOSTENBADEB (Gideon B.), Reading, 
Pa. [19526 

Psalm 2o-G with Christian endeavor 
badge. Lady representing a Christian 
endeavor, followed by two angels. (I 
26153, June 20, 1908.) 

Kuppenheimer (B.) & co., Chicago, 111. 

[19527-19530 

[Drawings illustrating clothing for 

men. 1-4.] (I 26217-26220, July 6, 

1908.) 

Kuppenheimer (Souse of), Chicago, 
111. [19531-19545 

[Drawings illustrating clothing for 
men. 1-15.] (I 26202-26216, July 6. 
190S.) 

Lafferty (Robert C), Clarksburg, 
W.Va. [19546 

Fanciful representation of youth. 
Youth nude, and in a leaning posture 
over a clock dial. (I 26156, June 22, 
190S; 1 photo June 30, 1908.) 

Lamasure (B.), Washington, D. C. 

[19547-19549 
End of an autumn day. River run- 
ning from background to left fore- 
ground, trees almost leafless. (I 26246. 
July 8, 1908.) 

Path to the old spring. Landscape 
with well in right foreground, leading 
from well is a small stream. (I 
26245, July 8, 190S.) 

Sunset in the harbor. Evening 
scene showing a three masted schooner 
off the end of a dock. (I 26244, Julv 
8, 190S.) 



Lamb (J. & R.), New York, N. Y. 

[10550 
Kensico cemetery, New York, in- 
terior of chapel, showing all memo- 
rials in place. (I 26177, June 19, 
190S.) 

Lang (J. W.), Philadelphia. Pa. 

[19551 
Dr. Peach. Young woman carrying 
handbag labeled Dr. Peach. (I: 
June 10, 1908.) 

Laparra (William), Paris. France. 

[19552 
Piedcstal (Le). Large structure 
surmounted by a dome with two story 
porch <>f columns* Masses of dead 
bodies arc heaped from the ground. 
I I 28083, June 9, 190S.) 

LAUBEN8 I Nicolas Auguste), Paris, 
Frai [19658 

Nymphea, Nude young woman who 
lias just emerged from the wai' : 
38, June 9 

Le GoCt-GErard [Fernand-M.-E.], 
Paris, France. [19554-1! 

A Camaret Evening «r 
sandy shore, four women arc B< 
around a fire, knitting. (1 25976, 
June 9, l'. 

Au coucher du BolelL Three women 
seated od a rock, are knitting, boats 
out at sea. (I 25978, Juno 9, 1908.) 

Port de Concarneau. Evening effect, 
several boats are lying in the harbor, 
sailor's wives are busy unloading a 
small boat. (I 25977, June 9, V 

IB (Ch. A.), Paris, France. 

[19557 
Heure douce. Young woman dressed 
in a loose white garment, her hand 
raised to her ear in a listening atti- 
tude. (I 25973, June 9, 1908.) 

Lenz (Oscar L.), New York, X. Y. 

[19658 

Winged figure of victory, standing 
erect on a ball holding aloft a flag. 
(I 2G1S0, June 29, 1908.) 

Le Vasseub (A.) & co., Paris. France. 
[ 19551 ». 19660 
Moulins La Marche; par E. Thelem. 
Stallion with head turned to right 
standing in field. (I 261S6, June 29, 
1908.) 

Punta Gorda : par E. Thelem. Mare 
wivh bead turned to left standing in 
field. ( I 26187, June 29, 1908. ) 



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Life pub. co., New York, N. Y. 

[19561-19564 

Assets and liabilities. Bank officer ' 
at desk. He has stopped counting 
money to let his mind wander to his i 
home. (I 26234, July 7, 1908.) 

Elopement (The) ; by C. Everett 
Johnson. Youthful couple on horse- 
back eloping, father pursues them in 
automobile. (I 26044, June 15, 1908.) 

Unveiling the statue — Wall street's 
tribute to the Father of his country ; 
by Wm. H. Walker. Statue of J. P. 
Morgan, the band led by Harriman is 
composed of well known magnates. 
(I 261S8, June 30, 1908.) 

View (The), a difference of opinion; 
by Orson Lowell. Crowd of tourists 
on an Alpine mountain, guide pointing 
to view but tourists looking towards a 
beautiful girl. (I 26161, June 23, 
1908.) 

Lobrichon (T.), Elbeuf, Germany. 

[19565 
Regiment va passer. Children 
pressing against a fence to see a pass- 
ing regiment. (I 25959, June 9, 190S.) 

Magee (William D.), Monticello, 
Iowa. [19566 

Emblematical picture mat. Helmet 
with an embossed visor, a dove resting 
on top, at the lower part are the let- 
ters K. P. (I 26024, June 13, 1908). 

Marciiand (John Norval), Westport, 
Conn. [19567 

Horse wrangler. Small group stat- 
uary representing cowboy standing be- 
side his horse and leaning across sad- 
dle. (I 25924, June 8, 1908.) 

Meissner & Buch, Leipzig, Germany. 

[1957S 
Peasant's garden with trees and 
shrubbery on the left, in the fore- 
ground and a portion of a house on 
the right; by Friedrich Nath. (I 
26168, June 25, 1908.) 

Mendoza (I. P.), ltd., London, Eng- 
land. [19569, 19570 

Child Mary. Beautiful child with 
large expressive eyes, wearing Eastern 
head-dress holding basket of figs. (I 
26191, July 2, 1908.) 

Solitude of sorrow. Christ on the 
mount of Temptation, leaning on a 
rock, below stretch the plains of Jeri- 
cho with a river intersecting. (I 26190, 
July 2, 1908.) 



Mercie (Antonin), Paris France. 

[19571 

Sommeil de Venus. Nude young 

woman lying on a bank of moss with 

her left arm resting on the ground. 

(I 25975, June 9, 1908.) 

Moores (Albert J.), New York, N. Y. 

[19572 
Which one? Taft, large head, di- 
minutive body on the Capitol building 
smiling at Bryan. (I 20243. Julv 8, 
1908.) 

Moran (Leon), Plainfield, N. J. 

1 10573-19584 

Empress in blue. Young lady with 
light brown hair and eyes, wears blue 
empire gown with white trimmings, 
has crown of jewels. (I 20272. July 
9, 1908.) 

Empress in red. Lady with brown 
hair which falls over right temple, 
wears a crown of jewels. (I 26273, 
July 9, 1908.) 

Empress in yellow. Young W'inan. 
black hair arranged high on top of 
head, with jeweled crown. « I 26271, 
July 9, 1908.) 

Girl in blue with yellow flowers. 
Young lady with light brown hair and 
brown eyes, hair is curly. (I ->' 
July 9, 1908.) 

Girl in red with red roses. Young 
woman with light brown hair and eyes, 
wears red low neck gown. (I 26265, 
July 9, 190S.) 

Girl in yellow with yellow roses. 
Young lady sitting down, leaning her 
right elbow on arm of chair. (I 
26266, July 9, 1908.) 

Ideal head. Young woman, bunch 
of violets in corsage. (I 26268, Julv 
9, 1908.) 

Ideal head, with black hat. Young 
woman, low neck gown, black hat with 
red strings and rose in hat. (I 26269, 
July 9, 1908.) 

Ideal head, with green hat. Young 
woman, low neck gown, lace yoke in 
dress. (I 26270, July 9. 190S.) 

Society belle with chrysanthemums. 
Young lady, side face, black hair, white 
drapery around shoulders. (I 26275, 
July 9, 190S.) 

Society belle with forget-me-nots. 
Young lady with light hair and brown 
eyes, lips parted showing teeth. (I 
26276, July 9, 1908.) 

Society belle with roses. Young 
woman with light auburn hair, spray 
of roses on left side. (I 26274, July 9, 
1908.) 



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Moran (Thomas), New York, N. Y. 

[19585 

Mt. Moran, Yellowstone National 

Park. Landscape, peaks covered with 

snow, small stream. (I 26167, June 

24,1908.) 

Morrow (Thomas Mather), Winches- 
ter, Ky. [19586 
Trust octopus. Devil fish with ten- 
tacles swims around a tobacco barn. 
(126007, June 11, 1908.) 

Murphy & McCarthy, Now York. N. Y. 

[19587 
Crucifixion (The). Figure of Christ 
hanging on cross, to the left Virgin 
Mary and Roman Boldier, to right St. 
John and Mary Magdalene. (I 26174, 
June 10. 1908.) 

Naegele (Charles Frederhki. New 
York. X. V. [19588 

Mother love. Mother holding little 
child, faces cU.sc together, baby's hand 
clutching drapery at mot hoi's neck. < I 
26155. June 22, L908.) 

National akt co., New York, X. Y. 

[19589-19592 

Affinity (The) ; by Alfred James 
Dewey. Two cats sitting on hoard 
fence in hack yard, making love. (. I 
26298, July 9, 1908.) 

Forest in the Bowarian mountains; 
by Rose. Landscape showing old mill 
at left and Stream running down over 
rocks. (I 26263, July 9, 190S.) 

Italian mountains; by Tolbrig. 
Mountain landscape, showing moun- 
tains in background. (1 26261, July 9, 
100S.) 

Springtime on the meadow; by R. 
Clairot. Hillside landscape scene, 
trees in background. < I 26262, July 9, 
190S.) 

Niles, Bement, Pond co., New York. 
N. Y. [19698 

Forging the shaft. Group of five 
iron workers in foreground holding an 
iron shaft supported by a chain. (I 
26010, June 12, 1908.) 

Osthaus (Edmund H.), Toledo, Ohio. 

[19594 

Eager volunteers. Summer land- 
scape showing dog kennel and yard, 
man tying up dogs. (I 26247, July S, 
1908.) 

Parsons (Mrs. IIattie Estelle), Es- 
• condido, Cal. [19595 

Box of oranges. Old box filled with 
oranges with small branch of orange 
blossoms laid on top. (I 26170. June 
25. 190S.) 



Paul-ion (E.), Dijon, France. [19596 
Fuite en Egypte. Angel of the Lord 
is warning Mary and Joseph to flee, 
Mary holds Holy Child in her arms. 
• I 25962, June 9, 1908.) 

Penh table co.. Huntington, W. Ya. 

[19597 
Let us be* friends. Under a large 
Old tree sits a man garbed and rigged 
after the manner of a colonial quaker. 
i I 26011, June 12. 1908: 1 photo June 
22, P)<>^ 

Perret (Aime), Paris. France. 

[19598-19600 

l>onx glaneuses. Two young peasant 
women have been gathering ears of 
c<»rn left by reapei 5971, June 

9, lfl( 

Paysanne aux roses. Young peas- 
ant woman is gathering Bowers in a 

rden. < I 25972, June 9, 1908.) 

Soir de moisson. The day's work is 
over, group Of Ave women, one i 

rake. I I 25970, June 9, L908. I 

Photoobaphische i \i r. Ber- 

lin, (iermauy. [19601, L9602 

Augusta Victoria (Kalserin) ; by 
Marie Pischon. Three quarter length, 
iii decollete gown with a diadem in 
her hair, i I 26052, June 17, 

Watcher In the night ; by Sybil C. 
Parker. Christ, a pilgrim's stall* in 
one hand, standing at the door of a 
Bheep-fold. i I 26051, June 17. LI 

Plai/i;\( . Paris, France. 

Quatre copains. Three nude 
drea are playing with a black and 
white ki<l in a grotto. (I 25974, June 
9, 19 8. I 
Powers (St. F.) co., New York. ! 

Babyhood. Child sitting on sand on 
beach, thumb In month, ocean in hack- 
ground. ( I 26255, July 9, 191 
Piuou (Pons). Paris. France. 
[196 

Loin de Paris. Parisian lad 
in an armchair on a term 
homesick and in a revery. i 1 2 
June 9, 191 

Ma petite voisine. Young pel 
girl sits at a table holding a spoon in 
her hand. (1 25980, June 9, 1908.) 

Providence lithograph co.. Pro 

deuce. R. I. [19607. L! 

Paul and Lydia. Paul is seated on 
rock near river talking to px 
Lydia to the left. (I 26227. Jn 
1908.) 



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303 



nos. 27-31, July, 1908 



Providence lithograph co. — Cont'd. 

Paul's instructions to the Thessa- 
lonians. Paul seated at table writing, 
before liim stands Timothy. (I 2G226, 
July 6, 190S.) 

Putnam (Arthur), San Francisco, 
Cal. [19609 

Standing bear with ball. Bear 
stands on hind legs holding ball with 
right fore paw. (I 26192, July 2, 
1908.) 

Quinn (Edmond T.), New York, N. Y. 

[19610 
Poe (Edgar Allen). Bust portrait 
shown in the costume of about 1840. 
(I 26162, June 23, 1908.) 

Ravaut (Ren£), Paris, France. 

[19611 

Berk, 6 heures du soir. Summer 
evening, women seated on dunes wait- 
ing for fishing-boats to come in. (I 
25981, June 9, 1908.) 
Rheem (Buzza) co., Minneapolis, 
Minn. [19612-19618 

At the head of his class; by Royal 
A. Rheem. Male figure leading dog, 
other dogs following in distance. (I 
26314, July 13, 1908.) 

Boneing hard; by Royal A. Rheem. 
Interior of frat. house, eight male fig- 
ures, two of which are shaking dice. 
(I 20315, July 13, 1908.) 

Check from home; by Royal A. 
Rheem. Male figure in foreground 
with bundle under left arm, wears 
check suit. (I 26317, July 13, 190S.) 

On his last s"cent ; by Royal A. 
Rheem. Burlesque on student life; 
principal figure standing by hydrant 
holding cigarette case in one hand. (I 
26313, July 13, 1908.) 

Six cylinder dear; by Royal A. 
Rheem. Female figure, dressed in 
large hat, cutaway coat, ruff and car- 
ries a parasol. (I 26199, July 6, 
190S.) 

. Six cylinder kid; by Royal A. 
Rheem. Male figure, burlesque on a 
modern youth, auto coat, rolled up 
trousers. (I 26200, July 6, 1S08.) 

Studying German; by Royal A. 
Rheem. Student standing with back 
to foreground facing old German sa- 
loon. (I 26316. July 13, 190S.) 
Rochegrosse (G.), Paris, France. 

[19619 

Bain de lTmperatrice Theodora. In 
the middle of the Imperial garden in 
a pool euclosed by a wall the Empress 
Theodora takes her bath. (I 25984, 
June 9, 1908.) 



Rossbacii art glass works, Columbus, 
Ohio. [19620 

Good Shepherd. Gothic leaded art 
glass window, arranged in four panels, 
the two inner ones contain a figure of 
the Good Shepherd with several sheep, 
one in His arms. (I 26184, July 29, 
1908.) 

Rosseau (Percival), Bonnieres, 

France. [10621 

Prise de panthere an Texas. Pack 

of hounds tearing a panther to pieces. 

(I 25982, June 9, 1908.) 

Russell (C. M.), Great Falls, Mont. 
[19622, 19623 
Bronk to breakfast. Cow camp 
with mess wagon and camp fire, a 
bronk has bucked through the fire 
wrecking the breakfast. (I 26181, 
June 29. 1908.) 

First wagon trail. Band of old time 
Indians, they are off their horses ex- 
amining wagon tracks. (I 261 S2. June 
29, 1908.) 

Saint-Gaudens (A. H. ) exc, Wind- 
sor, Vt. [19624 
Brooks group : by Augustus Saint- 
Gaudens. Statue of two figures — 
Bishop Brooks wearing a gown, stands 
beside a lectern, figure of Christ 
stands behind him. (I 26075, June IS, 
1908.) 

Schnitzer (Gebruder), Berlin, Ger- 
many. [19625-19627 
Radish boy ; by Hangeler. A little 
naked boy on his left shoulder a big 
radish. (I 25993, June 10, 190S.) 

St. Aloysius; by Enerico Schmidt. 
St. Aloysius stands before an altar, 
before him lays a death's head. (I 
25995, June 10. 190S. ) 

St. Antonius; by Enerico Schmidt. 
St. Antonius in the garment of a 
monk, carries a little baby dot. (I 
25094, June 10, 1908.) 

Singer (M. A.). New York, N. Y. 

[T962S-19632 

Booth. Double or two-party booth, 
spanned by tin arch. (I 26047, June 
16, 190S.) 

Booth. A roofed exhibition booth, 
the roof being supported by a heavy 
prismatic central column, and provided 
with a tower. (I 26045, June 16, 
1908.) 

The roof supported by a heavy 

prismatic central column, the roof be- 
ing of cupola or spherical form. (I 
2604$, June 16, 1908.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Singer (M. A.) — Continued. 

The roof supported by a heavy 

prismatic central column, the roof be- 
ing of pyramidal form. (I 2G04G, 
June 16, 1908.) 

Interior building decoration com- 
prising a looped or festooned canopy 
of contrasting colored draperies and 
a central row of chandeliers. (I 
26049. June 16, 190S.) 

Spaulding (T. W.)i San Francisco, 
Cal. [19633 

Merry Christinas postman. Post- 
man carrying a mail bag at his Left 
side with strap over left shoulder. < I 
26221, July 6, 1908.) 

Stephens (Eugene), Closter, N. J. 

[19634 
She: How plainly you can sic the 
limbs in the water. He : Eh ! Yes. 
Man and woman fishing, shadow of 
limbs in water. (I 26176, June 26, 
1908.) 

Theobald (S.), Staten Island, X. Y. 

[19635, 19636 

Rival suitors. Three collie dogs side 
by side, center one standing, two end 
ones sitting on their haunches. (I 
26296, July 9, 1908.) 

Rose between two thorns. Three 
bull dogs sitting side by side on their 
haunches. (I 26297, July 9, 190S.) 

Toasted corn flakes co., Battle Creek, 

Mich. [19637 

Substitution. Woman with one hand 

upraised in act of striking grocer's 

clerk. (I 26193, July 2, 1908.) 

Trowitzscii & soiin, Frankfurt a. 
Oder, Germany. [ 19638-1! »<; 1<» 

Brandling; by Hans Kranse. Shore 
of some tropic country, in foreground 
a lion and a lioness. (I 26150, June 20, 
1908.) 

Jesus bei Maria und Martha ; by 
Dr. Herm. Seeger. Jesus sitting on a 
stone bench, sitting on the floor is 
Maria, her folded hands in her lap. ( I 
26152, June 20, 1908.) 

Novembertag in der Normandie; by 
Fritz Thanlow. A river scene in Nor- 
mandy, water reflects the trees. (I 
26151, June 20, 1908.) 

Trussell (Wilbert Clarence), jr., 
Boston, Mass. [19641 

Pharaoh's horses. Circular medal- 
lion, with a group of three horses' 
heads on its face. (I 26185, June 29, 
1908.) 



Ullman mfg. co., New York, N. Y. 

[19642, 19643 

See-saw. A board which is mounted 
on a base, clown dressed in jumpers on 
one end, a donkey on the other end. 
(I 26061, June 17, 1908.) 

Sunbonnet baby at home. Little girl 
sitting on a chair, cat in center of pic- 
ture and to the left an organ. I 
26060, June 17, 190S.) 

Van Nostrand (A. G.), Boston. M 

[19644, 19645 

Workers series 6. Man kneeling, 
holding a pot of paint. (I 25928, June 
8, 190 

7. Butcher cutting steak, lady 

at right of butcher. < I 261S3, Jin 
L908. I 

Waisenhauses (Buchandlung des), 
I la lie a. s.. Germany. 

[19r.it; 19649 

Nornen (Die). Three goddesses of 
fate, figure to left is filling water from 
a well into a plate. (I 26224, July 6. 
1908.) 

Operfesl (l>asi. In center a white 
horse is about to be killed, woman with 
dish preparing to catch his Mood. (I 
ir,L"_\-,. .inly 6, L908.) 

Sage (Die) von YVieland dcin 
SChmied. Interior of a forge in the 
woods. Powerful man at forge, king's 
daughter entering with broken ring in 
hand. (I 26222, July 6, 1908.) 

Suhnegelage (Das) nach dein kampf. 
Warriors all badly wounded after con- 
flict Indulging in a drink. Young wo- 
man is pouring wine into a glass. (I 
26223, July 6, 1908.) 

Waltz (Henry E.), Valley Junction, 

Iowa. [19660 

I want you. A policeman after a 

bov. (I 26164, June 24, 1908; 1 photo 

July 2, 1908.) 

Weichmann (Margaret H.), Wain- 
scott, N. Y. [19651 

Rocky Mountain goats. Statue of a 
group of three goats, larger one stand- 
ing on a rock. (I 26120, June 20, 
1908.) 

Wellcome (Henry S.), London. 

land. [19652 

Unicorn (A). Fore leg raised, 
standing on an heraldic wreath. (I 
26006, June 11, 1908.) 

Woelfle (Arthur W.), Coshocton, 
Ohio. [19653 

Bouquet's (Col.) treaty with the In- 
dians 1764. Col. Bouquet seated near 
small table surrounded by his officers, 



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305 



Woelfle (Arthur W.) — Con tin nod. 
Indian stands in front of him with a 
wampum belt. (I 26051), June 17, 1908; 
1 photo June 6, 1908.) 
Wolf & co., Philadelphia, Pa., 

[19654-1969S 

Afternoon tea. Girl, white dress, 
sitting at table drinking tea, vase on 
table tilled with flowers. (I 26122. 
June 20, 190S.) 

All alone. Girl, full face, hat tied 
under chin. (I 26105, June 20, 1908.) 

Arranging her coiffure. Girl, hair 
flowing, hands back of head. ( I 2(i 1 23, 
Juno 20, 1908.) 

Autpmobiling. Girl in automobile, 
with hands to steering-wheel. (I 
26107, June 20, 1908.) 

Autumn. Girl, full faoe, smiling, 
with cloak thrown over head ami 
shoulders. (I 26106, June 20, 190S.) 

Berceuse. Four old men, musicians, 
sitting and ready to play a selection. 
(I 2610S, June 20, 190S.) 

Bock is king. Man in regal attire, 
glass beer in left hand, scepter in right, 
foot on small beer keg. (I 26124, Juno 
20, 1908.) 

Cavalier (The). Man, cavalier cos- 
tume, largo brim hat, cloak. (1 26125, 
Juno 20, 1908.) 

Cherished thoughts. Girl, full face. 
flowers in left hand, low neck. (I 
25126. June 20, 190S.) 

Girl smiling with newspaper 

in hands, bis: wavy hat and pearls. (I 

26127. June 20, 190S.) 

Christmas call. Girl in winter 
clothes, holding muff to her chin. (I 

26128. June 20, 1908.) 
Contentment. Girl, full face, flow- 
ing hair, partlv over right shoulder, 
low neck. (I 26129. June 20, 1908.) 

Coquette. Girl, full face, smiling 
coquettishly. big straw hat. (I 26130, 
June 20. 1908.) 

Dancer (The). Ballet girl, large 
hat, castanets in hand. (I 26109, June 
20, 1908.) 

Fnsaged. Girl, full face, decollete. 
black hair. (I 26131, June 20, 1908.) 

Fresh breezes. Girl, Spanish type, 
fan in right hand. (I 26132, June 20, 
1908.) 

Furtive glances. Girl, three quar- 
ter face, hair flowing. (I 26133, June 
20, 1908.) 

Gee, it's good. Two bare footed 
boys sitting on box, eating cakes, big 
box of cakes on ground. (I 26134, 
June 20, 1908.) 

50572—08 1 



Wolf & co. — Continued. 

Go ahead! Girl and boy on barrel 
driven by two bocks. (I 26135, June 
20, 1908.) 

Happy and contented. Girl, pearl 
necklace, pillow in background. (I 

26110. June 20, 1908.) 

Hiawatha. Indian girl sitting on a 
rock, holding bow in her lap. CI 

26111. June 20, 1908.) 

Honeymoon (The). Man and woman 
sitting on a honey-comb moon. (I 

26112. June 20. 190,9., 

Hurrah for hock. Girl riding bock. 
i n act of leaping over beer keg. tumbler 
of beer raised in hand. (I 2011.°,. 
June 20. 1908. i 

Innocence. Child full face sitting 
against cushion, flower in both bands. 
(I 26136. June 20. 1908.) 

Jokers (The) Three old men sit- 
ting around a keg of beer drinking, 
one has mug in hand, other two mugs 
on barrel. (I 20137. Juno 20. 1908.) 

Meditation. Girl sitting oil bench. 
leaning head on left arm. <I 26138, 
June 20. 1908.) 

New mown hay. Boy and girl in 
hay stack, rake sticking through the 
hay. (I 26114. June 20. 1908.) 

Occult powers. Gypsy girl sitting 
on edge of table, stack of cards on 
table. (I 26139, June 20. 1908.) 

On guard. Girl in full Indian dress 
with quiver over shoulder, bow and 
arrow in left hand. (I 26104. June 
20, 1908.) 

On the lookout. Dutch girl and boy 
looking out at sea. (I 26121. June 20, 
1908.) 

Peek-a-boo. Heads of three girls 
smiling, broken through a piece of 
paper. (I 26115. June 20, 1908.) 

Ready for the dance. Girl in min- 
uet costume, holding cane in left hand, 
skirt in right. (I 26140. June 20, 
1908.) 

Serious thoughts. Girl, hair flow- 
ing, low neck. (I 26116, June 20, 
190S.) 

Shyness. Bashful boy standing, 
left hand back of him. right hand to 
mouth sucking finger. (I 26145. June 
20, 1908.) 

Sledding. Boy and girl coasting on 
a sled. (I 26117, June 20, 1908.) 

Solitary thoughts. Girl, pensive ex- 
pression, hair flowing over shoulders. 
(I 26142, June 20, 1908.) 



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pt. rv, n. s., v. 3 



Wolf & co. — Continued. 

Solitude. Girl with hair flowing over 
her right shoulder, pensive look. (I 
26141, June 20, 1908.) 

Spring. Girl, head slightly tilted, 
big hat with veil. (I 20143. June 20, 
1908.) 

Springtime. Girl, head slightly 
tilted, large white fluffy white hat. (I 
20144. June 20, 1908.) 

Studying the stars. Girl's head pro- 
file, hair over right shoulder, jeweled 
comb in hair. (I 26118, June 20, 
1908.) 

Sweet scents. Girl, large wavy hat, 
kid gloves, rose in right hand. (I 
26146, June 20. 1908.) 

Taking it cosy. Girl reclining, arms 
hack of head, legs akimbo, hook in 
lap. (I 2(5119, June 20, 1908.) 



Wolf & co. — Continued. 

This is life. Man. mustache ami 
heard. Sir Walter Raleigh costume, 
holding tumbler of beer in right hand. 
(I 20147, June 20, 1908.) 

Two of a kind. Lady face full, 
holding rose. (I 2»n4s. June L*«>. 
1908.) 

Wistful maiden. Young girl Span- 
ish type, hair flowing over left 
shoulder and wearing a large flannel 
hat. (I 201 40. June 20, 1908.) 

Wyman (Richard), London. England, 

[19699 

Cavaliers; by Lucy E. Keinp-Welch. 

Three horsemen in 17th Centun 
tumes riding slowlv alone a country 
road. (I 26300, July 10. 1908. I 



Number of entries of Fine Arts completed by deposit of 1 photograph each 
and included in the Catalogue since Jan. 1, l!H)s 2. 36S 



o 



19700—21122 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
AND OF JUNE 30, 1906 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FIXE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 3 

Nos. 32-35 
AXTGTTST, 1908 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1908 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS: CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 



TWO ALPHABETS. 

f. Containing Class F. Engravings, Cuts and Prints: Class 6, Chromos and Litho- 
graphs: Class II. Photographs. 

II. Containing Class I, Fine Arts (Paintings, Drawings, Statues. Statuary and Models 
or Designs intended to be perfected as works of the Fin'' Arts 

The Catalogue of Copyright Entrips appears each week, but to avoid the inconvenience 
of a number of small alphabets of different subjects all the entries for Engravings, Cuts 
and Prints, Chromos and Lithographs, and Photographs, completed sine the last issue, 
are arranged here in a single monthly alphabet. The entries Cor Fine Arts will he found 
in a separate alphabet following this. 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

The entries marked thus * are such as have been delayed inclusion in the Catalogue on 
account of necessary correspondence. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated; the statement as to 
receipt of copies is always omitted when the copies are received on the day of entry. 
The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read : Copyright by Aerial Navi- 
gation Company of America.- Girard, Kans. Class F. XXc no. 67365, July 7. 1908 ; 2 
copies received July 7, 1908. 



Aerial navigation co. of America, 
Girard, Kans. [19700 

Grand air ship. (F 67365, July 7. 
1908.) 

Alaska- Yukon-Pacific exposition, 

Seattle, Wash. [19701 

Alaska - Yukon - Pacific exposition 

buildings. X44, X40, X62. (H 11164S- 

111650, June 10, 1908.)* 

Allen (W. L.), Butler, Pa. 

[19702, 19703 

Butler, Pa., High school building. 
(F 67303. July 21, 190S.) 

Hoffman oil field. ( F 67302, July 21, 
1908.) 
Allison (H. S.), Hurleyville 



Way mutton is raised in 
county. (H 102407, Nov. 12. 1901 
Nov. 5, 1907; 1 c. July 8. 1908.) 

Alsup (Allen J.), Paso Robles. Cal. 

[19705 

Paso Robles, Cal., public library. 

(H 113265, July 10, 190S ; 2 c. June 26, 

190S.) 

Altschul (Ernst) 



Black-bear-v- 
1908.) 



Cleveland. Ohio. 

[19706 
( F 673S7, July 24, 

Ross). Newport, 
[19707, 1970S 



Altvater (Frank 
Ohio. 

Ohio river and valley from Alt. Dud- 
ley, near Newport. Ky. 1, 2. (H 
113595, 113596, July 18, 1908.) 



N. Y. 

[19704 
Sullivan 
1 c. 



American-Examines, New York. N. Y. 

[19709-19723 

Again the joke is on [Buster] (F 

67583, Aug. 3. 1908.) 

Don't laugh kind friends. (F 67454, 

July 28, 1908.) 
Education of Happy Hooligan's man 

Thursday. (F 67251, July 20. 1908.) 
— (F 67453. July 28, 1908.) 

(F 67582, Aug. 3. 1908.) 

He shouldn't ought to have did it. 

(F 67255, July 20. 1908.) 
His name is Ebenezer. (F 67254, 

July 20, 1908.) 

Jimmy. (F 67451. July 28, 1906.) 

(F 67580. Aug. 3, 1908.) 

Katzenjammer kids. (F 675S4. Aug. 

3. 1908.) 

(F 67252. July 20. 190S.) 

Marr Jane and Tise were not in 

this. (F 67253. July 20. 190S.) 

Pink Whiskers Jones. (F 67455, 

July 28. 190S.) 

(F 675S1. Aug. 3, 1908.) 

Razazo's the word ! Not rip rup 

garoo! (F 67452. July 28, 1908.) 

American - Journal - Examiner. New 

York. N. Y. [19724-19799 

Braggo the monk. (F 67447. July 

27, 1908.) 

Bugtown's captains of industry. (F 

67159, July 16, 1908.) 

Diosenes victim of crudest hoax yet. 

(F 67496, July 31. 1908.) 

307 



308 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 3 



Examiner — Con- 



(F 67442, July 
(F 67450, July 



American - Journal - 
tinued. 
English fair play. 

27, 1908.) 

Foxy quiller bug. 

28, 1908.) 

(F 67494, July 31, 1908.) 

(F 67628, Aug. 4, 1908.) 

(F 67651, Aug. 5, 1908.) 

(F 67679, Aug. 7, 1908.) 

Graf to the monk. (F 67201, July 

17,1908.) 

(F 67341, July 22, 1908.) 

(F 67468, July 29, 1908.) 

(F 67578, Aug. 3, 190S.) 

Groucho the monk. (F 67125, July 

15, 1908.) 

(F 67229, July 18, 1908.) 

(F 67310, July 21, 1908.) 

(F 67441, July 27, 1908.) 

(F 67660, Aug. 6, 190S.) 

Hall Room boys. (F 67230, July 18, 

190S.) 

(F 67382, July 23, 1908.) 

• (F 67448, July 28. 1908.) 

(F 67579, Aug. 3, 190S.) 

(F 67680, Aug. 7, 1908.) 

I see by the papers. (F 6725(5, July 

20, 190S.) 

Joys of Satan. (F 67650, Aug. 5, 

1908.) 

Loyal to the core. (F 67161, July 

16, 1908.) 
Members of Monopoly Lodge plan 

African hunting trip. (F (57446, Julv 

27, 1908.) 
Mr. Common People's disappearance. 

(F 67383, July 23, 190S.) 
Mr. Wisebird minds tbe baby. (F 

67381, July 23, 1908.) 

Mrs. Trubbell. (F 67123, July 15. 

1908.) 

(F 67200, July 17, 190S.) 

(F 67339, July 22, 1908.) 

(F 67444, July 27, 190S.) 

■ (F 67577, Aug. 3, 190S.) 

Never again. (F 67158, July 

1908.) 

(F 67228, July 18, 190S.) 

(F 67309, July 21, 1908.) 

(F 67380, July 23, 1908.) 

(F 67467, July 29, 1.908.) ' 

(F 67478, July 30, 1908.) 

(F 67524, Aug. 1, 1908.) 

(F 67627, Aug. 4, 1908.) 

(F 67658, Aug. 6, 190S.) 

(F 6767S, Aug. 7, 190S.) 



American 

tinued. 



Journal - Examiner — Con- 
hotel. (F 67396 



16, 



New chorus girls 
July 24, 1908.) 

(F 67449, July 28, 1908.) 

(F 67493, July 31, 190S.) 

(F 67648, Aug. 5, 1908.) 

News from Bngtown. (F 67124, 

July 15. 1908.) 

Oh Piffle ! (F 67126, July 15, 1908.) 

(F 67202, July 17, 1908.) 

( F 67340, July 22. 190 

I W 67897, July 24, 1908.) 

, y « ; 7 44.3, j u iy 27, 1908.) 

(F 67525, Aug. 1, 1908 

(F <57r,.v. ( . Aug. 6, L908.) 

oh. what's i bo use. (F 67160, July 

i«;, i: 
(F 67311, July 21, 190* 

(F (5T44T). July 27, ! 

i F r,74!i:.. July 31, L908.) 

(F 67649, Aug. 5, L908.) 

our antediluvian ancestors. (F 
67399, July 24. L908.) 

Picture Story in one word. (F 
67440, July 27. 1908.) 

Picture story with but one word. 
(F 67479, July 30, 190* 

Rhymo the Monk. (F 6725S, July 
2(i. 1908.) 

i F 67398, July 24. 1908.) 

(F 67526, Aug. 1, V.><»v I 

Sorrows of Satan. (F <;7127. July 
15, 1908.) 
(F 67342, July 22. L908.) 

(F r,75L'7. Aug. 1. 18 

Tigntwaddo tbe monk. 

Aug. 1. 1908.) 

Ungrateful fly, a Bugtown episode. 
i I' 67257, July 20, L9< 

West Point hazing mix-up. 
67661, Au.<r. 6, 1908.) 

Wouldn't it make you mad. i V 
67259, July 20. 1908.) 

(F 67312. July 21, 190S.) 

(F <;74C.<;. .inly 29, 1908.) 

American lithographic co.. New York, 
X. Y. [19800. 19S01 

Return of our fleet. (G 19203, July 
22. 190S.) 

Trysting place. (G 19204. Jul; 
1908.) 

American mutoscope & biograph co., 

New York. N. Y. T19802-19810 

Adventures of dollie. (H 11J 
July 10, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
nos. 32-35, Aug., 1908 



309 



.TAX MUTOSCOPE & BIOGRAPH CO. — 

Continued. 

Bandits Waterloo. (H 113969, July 
28,1908.) 

Black viper. (H 113479, July 16, 
1908.) 

Calamitous elopement. (H 113967, 
July 28, 1908.) 

Deceived slumming party. (H 113968, 
July 28, 1908.) 

Fight for freedom. (H 113480, July 
16,1908.) 

Redman and the child. (H 113769, 
July 22, 1908.) 

Stage rustler. (H 112792, July 3, 
1908.) 

Tavern keeper's daughter. (H 113770, 
July 22, 1908.) 

American printing co., Fall River, 
Mass. [19811 

Economy bridge. (F 67165, July 16, 
1908.) 

Anderson (John A. W.), Le Sueur. 
Minn. [19812 

Minesota river at Le Sueur. Minn. 
(H 114012, Julv 29, 1908; 2 c. Julv 
15, 1908.) 

Anderson (W. R.) co.. New York, 
N. Y. [19813-19817 

Curse it ! Locked up again. 
The horse: What in thunder does 
he want ! 

Just at that most interesting age. 
Look at me eve'ybody. 
Rushing the growler. 
(F 67020-67024. July 13, 190S.) 

Arizona land co.. Mesa City, Ariz. 

[19S1S-19S26 
Cross cur drive. — Governor Kibby at 
Granite reef. — Granite reef dam. — 
Bra pes on the vine. — Lake above Gran- 
ite reef. — Lake Martin. — Main supply 
canal. — On banks of cross cut. — Seed- 
less grapes. [9 photographs] (H 
113952-113960, July 27, 190S.) 

Arnold (T. F.), Derry, N. H. 

[19S27-19S30 
Chester. N. H. 1-4. (H 113S46- 
113849, July 23, 190S.) 

Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe ry. 
co.. Topeka, Kans. [19S31 

Southern California. (H 113308, 
July 13, 190S.) 
Atwill (Floyd), Paulding, Ohio. 

[19S32 
Ohio horseshoe. (H 112640. July 2, 
190S: 1 c. July 2, 190S : 1 c. July 18, 
1908.) 



Augur, Swyebs & Machold, New York, 
X. Y. [19833-19838 

Jonquils. — La France. — Lilac blos- 
soms. — Pond lily. — Rose girl. — Sweets. 
[0 prints.] (F 67112-67117, Julv 15, 

IOCS.) 

Bachman (At), Commerce. Tex. 

[19839 
Commerce. Tex., Public square. 
(H 113852. July 24. 11 

Bailey (A. K.) & son, Decorah. Iowa. 

[19840 
Luther, L. C. (F 67407. Julv 25, 
1908.) 

Baldwin (T. Stith), Downers Grove, 
111. [19841-19867 

Cataract canon, Ariz. 1-20. (H 
! 113550-113569, July 17, 1908.) 

Grand cafion, Ariz. 1-7. (H 113570- 

1 L3576, July 17. 1908.) 

Balster (Frank S.), Durango, Colo. 
[19868-19870 

No one to love me. (H 113312, 
June 29, 1908.) 

Colorado columbine. (H 113311, 
June 29, 190S.) 

Should owl'd acquaintance be forgot. 
(H 113310, June 29. 190S.) 
Bandholtz (Fred J.), Dea Moines 
Iowa. [10871-19875 

< 'HKilia merchants express and trans- 
fer co. (H 113426. Julv 15. 1908: 2 c. 
July 18, 1908.) 

Scribner, Nebr. (H 113263. Julv 10, 
! 190S: 2 c. July 13, 1908.) 

South Omaha. Nebr., Stock yards. 
: (H 113264. Julv 10. 190S : 2 c. Julv 13, 
; 1908.) 

Spirit lake in 1908. 1, 2. (H 

113806, 113807, July 22. 190 S : 2 c. of 

each July 25. 1908.) 

Barker (B. Benton), Burlington. Vt. 

[19S76-19S92 

Charlotte. Vt. 1-7. (H 113405- 
113411, July 15, 1908.) 

Shelburne. Vt. 1-10. (H 113412- 
113421, July 15, 1908.) 
Barton & Spooneb, Cornwall-on-Hud- 
son. N. Y. [19S93-19905 

American beauties. (F 67103. July 
14, 1908.) 

Deer in woods. (F 67107, July 14, 
190S: 2 c. July 21, 1908.) 

Flowing locks. (F 67319. July 21, 
190S.) 

Keeping tabs on the telephone. (F 
67104, July 14, 1908.) 

Lillies. (F 67105, July 14, 190S.) 



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Barton & Spooneb — Continued. 

Market girl. (F 67318, July 21, 
1908.) 

Mt. Beacon, N. Y., pioneer log cabin. 
Exterior, a, b; interior. (F 67314- 
67316, July 21, 1908.) 

Oriental maid. (F 67317, July 21, 
1908.) 

Reflections. ( F 67106, July 14, 1908. ) 

Swing (The). (F 67320, July 21, 
1908.) 

Telling all. (F 67321, July 21, 190S.) 

Benjamin (Isaac), Cincinnati. Ohio. 

[19906-1' 1909 

Taft (Judge William Howard) 1 3. 
(H 114000, 114001, 114011, July 29, 
1908.) 

Taft notification committee. (H 
114016, July 30, 1908.) 
Bektrand (J. J. K.), Boston, Mass. 

[19910 

England (George Allan). (H113811, 
July 23, 1908. | 
Btrd I \Y. A. S.), Topeka, Kans. 

rutin 1. 19912 

Degree of Pocahontas, Imp'd. O. R. 
M., membership certificate. 

Improved order of Red men. mem- 
bership certificate. 

(F 62777, G27T8, Feb. 17. 1908; I c. 
of each Feb. 17, 1908 : 1 C. of cadi July 
17,1908.) 

Bisbee (Clarence El), Twin Falls, 
Idaho. [19913 

Sturgeon (Nahma). (II 113758, 
July 21, 1908.) 

Boston photo news < <>.. Boston, Mass. 
[19914-19923 

Aldrich memorial building I Nutter 
house). 1-10. (H 113392-113401, July 
8, 1908.) 
Bradley bros., Lee. Mass. 

[19924-19927 

Grandson of world's champion, 1906. 
(F 67500, July 31, 1908.) 

Nephew of world's champion, 1906. 
(F (57499. July 31, 1908.) 

Saddle and tail of nephew of world's 
champion 1906. (F <;71<>s. July 31, 
1908.) 

Wing of world's champion 1906. (F 
67497. July 31. 190S.) 
Brentlinger (J. S.), Lake View. Ohio. 
T1992S-19935 

Indian lake. Ohio. 1, 2. 

Lake View, Ohio, typical scene. 

Lewistown Reservoir. Ohio. 1, 2. 

Turkey Foot park, Ohio. 1-3. (H 
113834-1 13S41. July 23, 1908.) 



Bromley (Edward A.), Minneapolis, 

Minn. [19936 

Minneapolis, Minn.: Masonic temple, 

Imperial council meeting. (H 113929, 

July 27. 19 

Brousi: i.T. L. >, Chicago, 111. [19937 
County democracy at Fail-view 
farm. (H 113704, July 22. 190S ; 2 c. 
July 28, 1908.) 

Buchman (Albert), New York. N. Y. 

[19938 
Lincoln (Abraham). (H 113 



July 



1908.) 



Bund* (William M.), Torre Haute, 
I ud. [19938 

Greatest man in the world. ill 
113700, July 22, 1908.) 

i:i \M.Li i S. l". i. Pasadena. Cal. 
[19! 
Longest fruil train in the world. 
A C. til 113475 L13477, Jui 
1908.) 

BUTCHEB i s. D.) & BOW, Kearney, 
Nebr. 
Valentine, Nebr.. and Minneka 
lake. Bird's-eye view. I II 114040, 
July is. L908; 2 c. July 30, 1908. 1 

Campbell (Hugh Stuabt), Ch 

111. [19944 

Barrymore I Ft hoi i. (F 67410, July 
27, L908.) 

<"i \ 1 1 1: i A. P.), Brawley, CaL 

[19945 
World's record canteloupe train 
[mperial valley. < II 113850, July 23, 
1908; 2 .-. July 24, 1908.) 

< ii M'ia i.i. (C. A. t. Hamilton i ! 
& Park (C. G.), Minden, Xebr. 

Showing wheat straw driven by 
cyclone into a tree. (H 113235. July 
9, 1908; 2 c. June 18, 1908.) 

Chauftx A: Jack. Stroud. Okla. 
[19947, ' 

Kiefer, Okla., GleD pool. 

Tulsa. Okla. 

(H 113347, 113348, July 13, 1908; 2 
c. >'f each July 1, 1908.) 

Clemens (Theodobi C), Baltimore, 
Md. [19949 

Best Bill. I F 66974, July 10, 
2 c. July 29, 190S.) 

Clixhuxst ih. M.), Washington, 
D.C. 
Walsh tMiss B.) ill L13890, July 
24, 1908.) 



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Connell (C. D.), Salamanca, N. Y. 

[19951 
Cattaraugus county centennial 
wagon. (H 113385, July 14, 1908.) 

Conner (Alice W.), Germantown, 

Pa. [19952 

Germantown water works, 1883. 

(H 113730, July 21, 1908; 1 c. June 

30, 1908 ; 1 c. July 21, 1908. ) 

Coovert (J. C.)» Memphis, Tenn. 

[19953-19958 

Luehrman (Chas. F.) hardwood 
lumber co. 801-804. (H 114041- 
114044, July 16, 1908.) 

South Memphis industrial district. 
(H 114045, July 16, 1908.) 

Cort (Howard R.), Tenafly, N. J. 

[19959-19961 
Our boys and girls. (F 67130, July 
15, 1908; 2 c. July 16, 1908.) 

(F 67362, July 22, 1908; 2 c. 

July 23, 1908.) 
(F 67488, July 30, 1908.) 

Courier co. of Buffalo, Buffalo, N. Y. 
[19962-19974 

Alvin bros. (G 19198, July 22, 1908 : 
2 c. July 23, 1908.) 

Circus nightmare. (G 19200, July 
22, 1908; 2 c. July 23, 1908.) 

Coming events. (G 19118, July 17. 
1908.) 

Fiesta of flowers. (G 19201, July 
22, 190S; 2 c. July 23, 1908.) 

Gruet & Gruet, imperial burlesquers. 
(G 19235, July 28, 190S ; 2 c. July 29, 
1908.) 

Herbert and Rogers. (G 19199, July 
22, 1908; 2 c. July 23, 1908.) 

Just out of college sayings of Ade. 
(G 19109, July 16, 1908: 2 c. July 17, 
1908.) 

Man behind the fun. (G 19202, July 
22. 1908; 2 c. July 23, 1908.) 

Music, beauty, good cheer and com- 
edy. (G 19237, July 28, 1908 ; 2 c. July 
29, 1908.) 

Unbeaten Babcock electric carriage. 
(G 19108, July 16, 1908; 2 c. July 17, 
190S.) 

Uncertain Mary. (G 19238, July 28, 
1908; 2 c. July 29, 1908.) 

Veola (La). (G 19119, July 17, 
190S.) 

Woman in the moon. ( G 19145, July 
20,1908.) 

Craven (M.B.), Evanston, 111. [19975 
Fox Lake, 111., Beneath the weeping 
willows. (H 113639, July 20, 1908.) 



Cronyx (John L. C), Buffalo, N. Y. 

[19976 
Perfecto (A). (H 113375, July 6, 
1908.) 

Crosby B. (S.), Chicago, 111. 

[19977-19979 

Cupid in August. (F 67162, July 
10, 1908.) 

Cupid in October. (F 67164, July 
36, 190S.) 

Cupid in September. (F 67163, July 
16,3908.) 

Culver military academy, Culver, Ind. 

[19980 
Black horse troop on a road march. 
(H 113912, July 27, 1908.) 

Ctjbtis (Ed ware s. >. Seattle. Y\'ash. 

[19981 
Winter camp. X 2488. (H 112941, 
July <;. 1908.) 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston. Ifass. 

[199S2- 
Art. 8 by i<». (H 113654, July 20, 

1908.) 

Law. 8 by 10. (H 113055. Julv 20, 
1908.) 

Religion. 8 by 10. ( H 113656, July 
20, 1908.) 

Science. 11 bv 14. (H 113660, July 
20, 190S.) 

Science revealing the treasures of 
the earth. S by 10. (H 113658, July 
20, 190S.) 

Spirit of light. 8 by 10. (H 
113657, July 20, 190S.) 

Spirit of religious liberty. 11 by 14. 
(H 113661, July 20, 1908.) 

Spirit of Vulcan. S bv 10. (H 
113659, July 20, 1908.) 

Davis bros. pub. co., Chicago. 111. 

[19990-19993 

Before the departure. — Brook 
(The). — On their honeymoon. — Spring- 
time. [4 prints! (F 67152-67155, 
June 20, 1908; 2 c. of each June 6, 

190S.) 

Dawsox (John W.), Philadelphia. Pa. 
[19994-19998 

Idaho (U. SS.), Delaware river. 
1858, 1861, 1S62. (H 113597-113599, 
July 18, 1908; 2 c. of each July 20, 

190S.) 

New Hampshire (U. SS.) 1, 2. (H 
113600-113601, July 18, 1908; 2 c. of 
each July 20, 1908.) 



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De Benning (T.), Hemphill, Tex. 

[19999 

High five gang. (H 113623, July 18, 
1908; 2 c. July 6, 1908.) 
de Groat (A. B.), Bath, N. Y. 

[20000-20003 

Lyou (Reuben). 2, 5, 7, 9. (H 
114028-114031, July 30, 1908; 2 c. of 
each July 25, 1908.) 
De Luxe akt co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[20004 

I'm afraid to come home in the dark. 
(F 67470, July 30, 1908.) 
Denver Post, Denver, Colo. 

[20005-20011 

Adventures of the little Post Want- 
ad. (F 67166, July 16. 1908.) 

(F 67379, July 23. 1908.) 

(F 67474, July 30, 1908.) 

Cache (The). (F 07564, Aug. 3, 
1908.) 

Denver. (F 67425, July 27, 1 

Doc Bird and Hum Dinger, the ad- 
ventures they have. F 67424, July 
27,1908.) 

Pioneer (The) (F 67565. Aug. 3, 
1908.) 

Detroit publishing co., Detroit, 
Mich. [20012-20075 

Ann Arbor, Mich., 1-3. (H 113791- 
113793, July 22, 1908.) 

Apotheosis of Pittsburg, Pa. B-D. 
(H 114025-114027, July 30, 1908; 2 c. 
of each July 25, 190S.) 

Birth of Venus; after Geo. Hitch- 
cock. (H 113614, July IS. 1908.) 

(H 113S43, July 23, 1908.) 

Cleveland, Ohio. 1-12. (H 113794- 
113805, July 22, 1908.) 

Trinity cathedral. (H Hi 

July 23, 1908.) 

Concord river, Concord, Mass. (H 
113949, July 27, 1908.) 

Detroit, Mich., Belle Isle. 1-4. (H 
113436, 113437, July 15, 1908; H 
113789, 113790, July 22, 1908.) 

Mackinac island, Mich. 1-11. (H 
113438-113448, July 15, 1908.) 

Mother and child; after Hugo Bal- 
lin. (H 114097, July 31, 1908.) 

New York, N. Y. 1-14. (H 113428- 
113435, July 15, 1908, H 113783- 
113788, July 22, 1908.) 

College of the citv of New York. 

(H 113844, July 23, 1908.) 

Pittsburg, Pa. 1-S. (H 113775- 
113782, July 22, 1908.) 

Carnegie Institute. (H 11394S, 

July 27, 1908.) 



Detroit publishing co. — Continued. 

Roosevelt (Theodore) ; after Gari 
Melchers. (H 113615, July 18, 1908.) 

Yosemite valley from Glacier point, 
Cal. (H 113577, July 17, 1908.) 

Devereaux (Thomas H.), Chicago, 111. 

[20076 
Our presidents and Republican can- 
i didates. (F 66S01, July 6, 1908; 2 c. 
July 24. 1908.) 

Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston, Mass. 

[20077, 20078 

Easy marches for the piano. (F 
66293, June 17, 1908.) 

Sweet by and by. (F 66294, June 
17. 1908.) 

Dobbins (Clarence H.), Woodstock, 
111. [20079 

Oliver typewriter factory. (H 113971, 
July 29, 1908.) 

Donald (C. F.), E